“The longer I live the more beautiful life becomes.” ~ Frank Lloyd Wright
A Path to Healthy Aging
Worship Associate: Katie Andrews
Sunday, November 22, 2020, 10:30am EST
Click Here for an Order of Service
This morning we will take some time to examine our attitudes toward aging and to explore some paths that can lead us forward to positive and healthy living as we grow older. CUUB member, Alice Andrews has been involved professionally in the field of aging since 1973, beginning as the director of Belle Isle Senior Center in Detroit and retiring from the Hartland
Senior Center after 23 years as the director. She continues to teach fitness and dance in Hartland and is a member of both the Livingston Leadership Council on Aging and L.E.T.S. Specialized Services Advisory Council.
Join us Via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 972 7514 1173
Or Dial in:312-626-6799
Note music & songs this week are:
10:25 am 5 minutes of ingathering music*
# 347 Gather the Spirit**
Prelude When I’m Sixty-Four*
# 346 Come Sing a Song with Me**
# 349 We Gather Together**
* by Ji-Hyang
**Sung by Joni Grob Recorded by Ji-Hyang
Spiritual Exploration (SE) News
What's happening in SE this week:
Nov 22nd - 9:30am Let's get together on Zoom and connect and share.
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88260668230
Nov 24th - Bedtime Story at 7:30pm
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88359510285
Check out the November Padlet for fun activities. https://padlet.com/secoordinator/u3f48sgftv7r9r4s
If you have any questions on CUUB Spiritual Education for our youth please let Trish know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Search Team News
The Search team want to thank everyone who attended the CUUB 1/4 Briefing & listening session after services last week that included a ministerial search update.
The next step in the process of finding our next minister for our members & friends is a “Beyond Categorical Thinking” Workshop on Saturday, December 5 from 10-11:30 and 1-2:30pm (please plan on attending both sessions).
The facilitator will give the sermon on the next day, Sunday, December 6. More details can be found at https://www.cuub.org/search along with summaries of the survey and cottage meetings.
Thank you for your outstanding contributions to these efforts,
Severe Weather Network of Livingston County Homeless Shelter
CUUBies thank you for your support last season for helping the homeless in Livingston County. Of course the cold weather is back, the need is still here and Covid 19 changes everything. Click here to see what we need to do now to help our homeless through their difficult times. If you have any questions or want to learn more contact Greg Soave CUUB Representative, SWN 810-730-6066 email@example.com
To donate to this great cause click here.
Racial Justice Conversations
The CUUB Social Justice team invites you to a conversations on racial justice twice a month. This is open to anyone who is interested. You do not have to commit, just show up as often as you can.
Your next chance to participate is after service on Sunday, November 8th at 11:45
Use this Zoom link to join us each time.