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Installation Sunday, Sept. 27

Please join the Church of Universal Fellowship for our CUF Ministers’ Installation Service, on Sunday, Sep. 27 at 10:00 on Zoom. Orono’s ecumenical church welcomes United Church of Christ minister Malcolm Himschoot and United Methodist Church minister Mariah Hayden, who relocated to Maine from Ohio with their family.
We celebrate their first year with us, and affirm the possibilities of ministry together. A recorded version of the installation service will be available in days following: https://vimeo.com/cuf.
If you would like to send a gift in celebration, you may donate online at: opencuf.org/Donate

Real Talk About Racism

Real Talk about Racism
Thursday September 24 at 7:00 pm
Host: Pastor Malcolm
Come and share your experience reading Ibram Kendi’s books, either How to Be an Anti-Racist or Stamped from the Beginning.
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Meeting ID: 898 9674 3916
Passcode: 930592
Phone: +1 929 205 6099

Gifts of Communion

The Gifts of Communion
Communion Sunday is October 4!
Volunteer bakers are baking bread to be delivered to CUF households. The Worship Committee is looking for a count of those who would like to participate in receiving communion, also where you are located, and whether you might like to help distribute a ‘communion care package’ to your neighbors.
Please take a moment to RSVP
email: cufoffice@icloud.com Phone: 866-3655.
Please let us know if you prefer gluten free communion.

Become a M.O.R.E. Organizer with the Poor People’s Campaign

The Poor People’s Campaign is training hundreds of M.O.R.E Organizers across the country to engage in outreach within our own communities to educate them about the Poor People’s Jubilee Platform, connect people to tools to register them to vote, fill out the census, and receive election updates while preparing them to get involved in the Poor People’s Campaign for the long haul. 
You can sign up to be trained as a M.O.R.E Organizer today by visiting: www.poorpeoplescampaign.org/voting/more-registration/.