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FREE Film Screening: Saving Capitalism

Join us for a FREE evening film screening of “Saving Capitalism: A Nation Divided By the Bottom Line,” featuring former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich. A short open discussion time will follow the film.
Thursday, 3/15/18, 6:30 PM, Brewster Hall (CCUCC)

Adult Faith Development Series: Race + Faith (1/21-3/25)

ADULT FAITH DEVELOPMENT SERIES

Join us on Sundays (1/21 through 3/25) at 9:15 AM for a film + discussion series by The Work of the People: Covenantal Restoration: A Series on Race + Faith. This series features a variety of contemporary voices on going deeper into our faith stories to confront racism and understand why we are where we are today. Classes will begin with a short film and follow with dialogue/group work. Classes are hosted by staff and volunteer leaders. You do not need to attend all classes–participate when you can. Please join us.

New Members Class

NEW MEMBERS CLASS

If you are new to CCUCC or simply new to church membership, you’re invited to join Pastor Steve for a 3-week New Members Class, Sundays @ 9:15 AM (Oct 29 – Nov 12) in the Fireside Room to explore the theology of membership, what that really means, and how to become more involved in this congregation.

Upcoming Faith Development Opportunities for TEENS

UPCOMING TEEN CLASS OPPORTUNITIES—We are happy to announce two upcoming 3-week teen faith development series at CCUCC for middle + high school youth!

November 2017 Teen Series: WHAT IS CHURCH?

11/5 + 11/12 + 11/19, Sundays @ 9:15 AM

We’ll use films, dialogue, service, and collaboration to explore everything from what church means to you and the liturgy we use at CCUCC, to church as family and other ways of doing church. What does it mean to BE the church instead of go to church? We’ll also be working together to make a list of what other local faith communities you’d like to visit in the new year as part of an Interfaith Neighbors series!

December Teen Series: FAITH AND FOOD

12/3 + 12/10 + 12/17, Sundays @ 9:15 AM

We’ll use films, dialogue, cooking, and service work to explore themes of food, community, and church. We’ll bake communion bread, plan a Snack Pantry service project, be involved at the congregational holiday dinner, and discuss food security in our community.

 

In This Together: Adult Film + Dialogue Series

This 5-week film series by Work of the People will feature a variety of ecumenical voices, looking at areas of fracture and exploring ideas of how we can come together regardless of race, nationality, faith, sexual orientation, as one humanity for the healing of the world. The class will include short films and group dialogue.

We’ll meet Sundays at 9:15 AM in the CCUCC Conference Room.

This is a 5-Sunday series, October 15 – November 12.

Stewardship Sunday: November 12, 2017

We invite you to begin considering how you will support the life and ministries of CCUCC for the coming year.

Pledges can be made through the church office in the coming weeks. Sunday, November 12, 2017 will be Stewardship Sunday.

Children’s Learning Community

Join us every Sunday at 9:15 AM for Children’s Learning Community. We use a variety of hands-on workshops and activities to explore Bible story themes and to wonder our way into our relationship with the world and the divine.

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Legislative Advocacy Workshop

“Engaging the Political Power Brokers: A Push for Social Justice”

Join CCUCC and Faith Action Network (FAN) for a workshop to learn about the latest legislation and how you can engage and advocate for change with your representatives. Be the church. Be the change!

Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, 10:30 AM – 2:00 PM

Community Congregational United Church of Christ (525 NE Campus St, Pullman WA)

The workshop is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP to: https://fanwa.ourpowerbase.net/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=99

Thrift Shop Remix

Support the Thrift Shop

For 63 years, The Thrift Shop has helped people in need, our church, and the community. Here’s how:

  • Goods donated are mostly priced $5 or less. Free items are put out each week in the hallway.
  • Vouchers issued by social service agencies allow those in need to take free goods for each family member.
  • About 15 large bags of excess or unsaleable goods are donated to Goodwill each week, helping disabled people
  • No one is paid to work; all workers pay for the goods they buy. Volunteers are not just CCUCC people. Many work 6 hours per month or more and are trained.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT OF THE THRIFT SHOP