When Sunday turns to snowday


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Cookies needed!


Calling All Bakers – ‘Tis the Season ! Christmas is just around the corner! With Christmas come special concerts and social gatherings at CUF. If you bake Christmas cookies would you make an extra batch for church? Thank you for all you do! The Deacons, Fellowship & Caring Team


A house for all people


“We welcome persons of every age, background, circumstance, ethnicity, family configuration, gender identity, and sexual orientation. We believe that diversity enriches our faith community and that each of us has a right and responsibility to support one another as we search for the divine by living, learning, and growing.”



Global Bean Supper, Tuesday, November 19, 5:30 pm, Vestry

Free Bean Supper at CUF! Tuesday, November 19, 5:30 pm, Vestry Join us for the Global Bean Supper, which is the final installment of the Human Bean Supper Series. To highlight the variety of bean dishes around the world, we invite you to prepare a dish to share. All types of dishes are welcome, whether it’s beans, salad, a side dish, and/or dessert! Bill Horner, the president of the MDI Historical Society, will wrap up the series with a few stories about bean culture. One of which will address Aerophobia: A GI Surgeon’s Perspective.

Free Bean Supper, Tuesday, Nov. 12

Free Bean Supper at CUF! Tuesday, November 12, 5:30 pm, Vestry A traditional Cuban meal will be served which will include a red kidney bean stew, rice, cuban bread, salad, and guava pastries. Following the meal, the director of the McGillicuddy Humanities Center, Margo Lukens, will present on travel to Cuba and address the common misconceptions that are associated with visiting the island. Haley Nelson, a UMaine undergraduate student, will follow with a screening of the mini films they produced in Cuba over the course of the past year.