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Understanding the UMC Today Talks

Sunday, September 4 - 10:45 to 11:30 am 
Saturday, September 17 - 11:00 am to 11:45 am 
Wednesday, November 2 - 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm

Same presentation on each date. All talks will be held in the Sanctuary.

 

 

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CUMC Fall Schedule Begins September 11

Sunday School for all Ages - 9:00 am 
Worship - 10:00 am (One Service Only)
Coffee Fellowship - 11:00 am
CUMC Potluck Picnic - 11:30 am
(Hamburgers and Brats provided) 

Bring your favorite salad or vegetable dish. If you are on a special diet you might want to bring your own so you don't have to worry.

Remember that some people are intolerant or allergic to some foods (peanuts, fish or seafood, lactose, gluten, etc.) There will be notecards on the Welcome Center to label your dish with any
ingredients that might be troublesome to others.

Entertainment for the kids will also be provided. There will be a video on in the Library for the youth who would like to be there together while eating. (Remember young ones, to clean the space before you leave). We accept free will donations to cover the expenses of food, drinks and kid's entertainment.

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CUMC Action Plan Workshop
Part 2

New Beginning: Beacon of Hope

October 1, 9:00 am to 3:30 pm

Renew, Reshape & Reconnect with other CUMC members and friends where we will come together as one, grow the church, be supportive of each other, improve communications, unite with a clarified vision, and be a beacon to the community.

With Special Guests: Dan & Barbara Dick

Dan Dick is an ordained minister serving as lead pastor at People’s United Methodist Church in Oregon, Wisconsin. He worked for the General Board of Discipleship in Nashville, Tennessee for fifteen years in stewardship, congregational and conference planning, leadership development, and research, and was a former assistant to Bishop Hee-Soo Jung. Dan is an author of seventeen books and an avid reader, with a deep passion for Biblical studies.

Coauthor of Equipped for Every Good Work, Barbara Dick works as a freelance editor for Abingdon Press, Westminster John Knox, Thomas Nelson, Baker Books, and other religious publishers. Barbara has served as managing editor for WellSprings and facilitator of the Spiritual Formation Resource Team for the Wisconsin Annual Conference. She has written for the Upper Room Disciplines.