Quarterly Update

posted Jul 6, 2020, 5:10 PM by Cucc Dupo   [ updated Jul 6, 2020, 5:11 PM ]


The Quarterly Congregational Meeting will be held
SUNDAY, JULY 26, 2020
immediately following the 10:10 a.m. worship service.
Please plan to attend to hear the business of the church.

Share the Harvest

posted Jul 6, 2020, 5:07 PM by Cucc Dupo   [ updated Jul 6, 2020, 5:07 PM ]


I'm grateful that CUCC has opened its doors so you will have the opportunity to pick up fresh from the garden vegetables each Sunday. It looks like the gardens will have a bountiful harvest this year which is to your advantage to secure some tomatoes, green beans, peppers, cucumbers, cantaloupes, and for sure zucchini.

In order for the Harvest Table to be a success, we need our member gardeners to bring their veggies to church so we have a variety for everyone to enjoy. You take what you want and, if able, you leave a monetary donation. At the end of the season we will forward this money to DuKare.

See you in church,
Judy Doerr


Guidelines For Worship and Gathering Again

posted Jul 3, 2020, 7:57 PM by Cucc Dupo   [ updated Jul 3, 2020, 7:57 PM ]

The Consistory and Worship Board have put together the following guidelines in an attempt to safely, and with a caring spirit, allow for worship to happen in this house of God, in these CO-VID days.

1) If you aren't feeling well, please stay at home. We'd love to see everyone, but perhaps it would be best to wait until the next Sunday.

2) Bring your mask with you to worship; if you don't have a mask the church will have one for you to use and keep. Everyone is strongly encouraged to wear a mask during worship for their sake and the sake of others.

3) Use the front door only for entrance and exit; it will be propped open before and after church. Hand sanitizer stations will be available at the bottom of the stairs by the entrance and at the top of the stairs near the entry to the sanctuary.

4) The water fountains will be shut off and we ask that you please avoid the restrooms if at all possible. Bottled water will be available to all who want it.

5) The Freight Elevator will be used due to distance and space requirements. The Freight Elevator is located in the front of the church.

6) No congregating in the hallway; please go straight to your pew when entering.

7) One Usher will be around the entry way to the sanctuary. The usher will remain socially distant: offering greetings/welcome; directing traffic; answering questions.

8) Only sit in pews where bulletins will already be pre-placed. Ribbon will designate where people will sit and not sit.

9) The Offering plates will be placed by the entrance to the sanctuary where offering can be dropped in. Please drop in your offering as you enter or leave the church

10) Pastor will verbally dismiss pews starting from the back.

11) Please leave your pew and exit the church. If you would like to congregate/visit, please do so outside.

12) No child care/nursery will be provided during church. Children should stay with those they came with.

DuBois Center Work Day

posted Jun 9, 2017, 6:46 PM by Cucc Dupo   [ updated Jun 9, 2017, 6:47 PM ]

Click here to read about the Christ UCC Dupo team's work day at DuBois Center.

Do you have an e-script card?

posted May 10, 2017, 1:11 PM by Cucc Dupo   [ updated May 10, 2017, 1:12 PM ]

Don't forget to use your e-script card from Schnuck's every time you shop. If you haven't gotten your card yet, here's how it works:
  1. Pick up a card at any Schnuck's store
  2. Register your card online or call 800.931.6258
  3. Shop at Schnuck's and have your card scanned when you check out.
Your purchases create automatic contributions of up to 3% of your purchase price. Access your report online to see how much you earned.

Weather Update

posted Jan 15, 2017, 7:15 AM by Cucc Dupo   [ updated Jan 3, 2018, 7:09 AM ]

If the weather is bad and you're not sure whether there will be church, please call the church office, 286-4211, and the answering machine will be updated with all recent information on cancellations.

You can also watch KMOV-TV/News 4, check on your computer, or cell phone with the KMOV app.

Text messages, e-mails and Facebook will also have pertinent information.

Above all else, STAY SAFE!

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