Collect Your Clutter for Rummage Sale

Please begin sorting through your closets, cupboards and storerooms for used—but still useful items—to stock the church’s annual Rummage Sale on November 3rd and 4th. Needed: clothing and accessories, small furniture, kitchenware, linens, books, tools, luggage, patio/garden items, holiday decorations, bric-a-brac. Especially welcome: antiques, fine china and crustal, silver, costume jewelry, collectibles for the Boutique, and fine art and handcrafts for the Gallery. You can bring donations to the church Monday, October 30th through Wednesday, November 1st. Then, make sure you come back and shop on November 3rd and 4th. If you’d like to volunteer to work the sale, contact the church office at 297-1181.

It’s Time for our Annual Church Picnic!  11:30 am Sun., October 22ndin McNear Hall

 

Meet newcomers and welcome back our snowbirds!  Chat with friends while kids play games in the courtyard!  Eat comfortably in McNear or in the courtyard.  Hamburgers cooked by our Kings of the Grill!  Enjoy piano music by Tom Butterweck!  Please sign up for side dish to share.  To sign-up, call the Church Office (297-1181).  Sponsored by the Church Council

 

Forum

      

 

The Fall Forum Series continues Nov. 19th with a presentation on the planet Mars by UA media specialist Ari Espinoza. He will discuss the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter mission and the HiRISE 3-D camera which have greatly expanded scientific knowledge about the planet.  The HiRISE camera team broadened the outreach and impact of the project when they allowed the public to recommend specific camera targets on Mars. Drawing from "The Beautiful Mars Project" Espinoza will show results of the public's involvement with the images. The mission has been successful in bringing the science of the red planet to people around the world.  Espinoza is the co-author of Mars: The Pristine Beauty of the Red Planet. The book is available locally.  The Forum will be presented in McNear Hall from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. The program is free and open to the public. Light refreshments provided.

Casas Adobes UCC is located at 6801 N. Oracle Road between Ina and Orange Grove. The Forum is free and open to the public. For further information call 520-297-1181 or go to www.caucc.org.

ICS helps seniors, disabled individuals and people in financial crisis achieve stable, healthy and independent lives. Casas Adobes UCC contributes money and food items every month to ICS. Here are additional ways you could help out:

  • Donate new or gently used children’s books for children to take home after visiting the ICS food bank.
  • Sign up for the We Care Golf Classic, November 11, 2016.
  • Continue donating peanut butter, cereal, spaghetti, and canned goods.
  • Go to www.icstucson.org to find other volunteer opportunities.


ICS accomplishments this year:

 

  • Empty Bowls raised $72,000 for ICS.
  • Arizona Gives Day on April 5, 2016 raised $8,705 in ONE day.
  • ICS boasts 750 volunteers.
  • ICS food bank helped over 28,000 people this year.
  • Over $1.8 million worth of food was distributed through ICS food bank.

UCC GodStillSpeaking2017

 

Casas Adobes
Congregational Church

520-297-1181

6801 N. Oracle Road, Tucson AZ
  

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