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
Ministerial Search Update
The Search Team is in the Pre-Candidating phase, where we have several opportunities to interact with our 3 top prospective candidates over the course of a weekend. Then we will meet to discern who is our choice, and send the ranking of the 3 candidates to the UUA. They similarly gather information from the candidates as to their choice of congregation, and then make a match. This intermediary step allows us to be confident that the person we send an offer to on April 1 will accept it.
Our final candidate will then visit CUUB virtually over the Candidating Week at the end of April. A contract will be negotiated and we will get to know them, culminating in a Sunday Service provided by them. Following that service will be a congregational vote on whether to call this minister.