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Announcements week of April 4

Ministerial Search Update

As you may have read in this week's special newsletter announcement, the Search team is very excited to have successfully narrowed down our applicants to one candidate. We need to wait for the minister to inform their current congregation of their intentions, before we can announce their name. You will all get a chance to meet the minister during "candidating week."

Candidating week will see the candidate in our pulpit two times, both Sunday April 25th and Sunday May 2nd. During the week between those Sundays, the congregation will have opportunities to meet the candidate, during team meetings and in informal gatherings. The week will conclude with a congregational vote to call the minister.

As with everything during this year of Zoom, we'll need to make plans and be flexible in their execution. As soon as we can announce the minister and more details, we will, with great fanfare. The Search team is excited for this next step!


Important Dates to Put on your Calendar NOW:

The board would like to announce three important dates:

April 18th, 1:15 - Town Hall Meeting. The board will be presenting the proposed budget for 2021-2022. Here is the link to Proposed Budget:

Zoom Meeting Link for all meetings:

May 2nd, 15 minutes after service – Ministerial Candidate Vote Zoom Meeting Link for all meetings:

May 16th, after service - Congregational meeting. We will be voting on budget proposal and elected positions. Please check membership list and report any concerns to the Board at Membership List Link:

Zoom Meeting Link for all meetings:


CUUB Spring Cleanup

Happy (Almost) Spring! CUUB Facilities would like to invite those willing to join us for our first grounds cleanup day at CUUB on Friday, April 9, from 4pm to 7pm. This will be a socially distanced event. Since we are outdoors, masks are optional unless we are in close proximity to each other. Plenty of different projects for all abilities and ages. We have tools but you may bring your own. We do suggest you bring your own refreshments and chairs as there is a good chance a bonfire may breakout at the end if you wish to stay for some distanced social interaction.


This is an art show put on by the Crossroads Group of the Sierra Club and the Environmental Council of Huron Valley in partnership with Huron Valley Council for the Arts, Community Unitarian Universalists of Brighton and Michigan Rock School.

CUUB's role will be to be one of 2 sites who will host the submissions, IF we are meeting in person at that time. Otherwise, we will do all of our events online like last year. Art can be a powerful medium and this show is open to Kindergarteners-Adults, with one goal: to communicate our climate crisis and inspire people to act now. Please direct your questions to Lee Anzicek, Sue Kelly, and Dave Beeman - all contact info. in the online Church Directory. We would appreciate your help in spreading the word. Full submission details and timeline can be found here. Click below to view the great art from this year's event. Adult Youth

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