Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Thursday, August 21, 2008
You don't have to be a teenager to join the CUCC Walk for Hope team!
When: Sunday, October 12, turn in your pledge form and donations at 9:30 am, look for your CUCC teammates. The walk begins at 10:00.
Where: The 10 k walk begins at the Angus Barn Restaurant parking lot on US 70 and winds along the paved roads of Umstead State Park. You don't have to walk the whole route; a shuttle will bring you back from any point along the route. Suzette is already planning to keep her walk short, so you won't be alone.
Why: Walk for Hope raises funds for scientific research into the causes, cures and to discover more effective treatment of mental illness.
Celebrate: The Walk ends back at the Angus Barn for a fabulous post walk celebration with live music, great food and prizes. It is a fun day, a great way to get exercise and spend time with friends and family and all the while helping many who suffer in silence.
Just click the link below to register and join the team. Note our team code is: CUCC.
Can't walk with us? You can pledge online at http://walkforhope.com/donate.aspx (CUCC team) or after worship Sept. 28 and Oct. 5.
Posted for Suzette
Directions to Lake Wheeler Park
11:00 Choose from a selection of games to play in small groups
1:45 Sing-a-long led by Mike & Tom
2:30 Nature hike led by Mike, Lena & Vandy
4:00 Day is done
Jo is looking into boat rental for before 10:30 or after 4:00; contact her if you want more information.
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
It is the first in a series of free films focusing on transit. The film of 52 minutes will be followed by a discussion highlighting the Group's efforts to improve local transit options and raise public awareness.
It will be shown at The Colony Theatre at 7:00 pm. For more information contact email@example.com.
Monday, August 18, 2008
The Forum Committee announces the following schedule for September, as well as a special session on August 31:
August 31- Rev. Rollin Russell, Former Southern Conference Minister and former Professor of Theology at Lancaster Theological Seminary, "Economic Justice: What is it?"
Sept. 7 - Mary Rider, “Why I Went to Jail"
Sept. 14 - “Sacred Conversation on Race” continues (topic and speakers to be announced)
Sept. 21 - Karen Rindge, Executive Director of WakeUp Wake County, “Planning for growth in rapidly growing Wake County: What WakeUP Wake County is doing.”
Sept. 28- Bridgette Burge, “Heirs to a fighting tradition”
Come and continue our study of important social and economic justice issues that affect our communities and the lives of our fellow citizens. You may post your comments and suggestions here on the blog. For more information, contact Forum Committee Chair Cynthia Ball at cball@BallMediation.com or 919.387.9479.
Sunday, August 10, 2008
One idea was to request you bring a food from the Bible as a novel idea to share. (This tests your Bible knowledge as well). I guess that means salt would be O.K. in memory of Sodom and Gomorrha, and there are a number of other options as well inclusive of milk and honey. See if your imagination inspires ideas. Put the date on the social calendars, and we'll look forward to seeing you and hearing about your summer!