CUIC


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See you in church

and CUIC
sent. & comp. abb. See you around.; See you where I normally see you. (Has nothing to do with an actual church.) Bye. See you in church.
See also: church, see

CUIC

verb
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One of the biggest challenges for credit unions today is to effectively and cost-efficiently provide staff with the knowledge necessary to deliver exceptional member service," said Cheryl Byrne, Executive Director, CUIC.
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Include representatives of neighbouring CUIC congregations in your baptisms, ordinations, and installations.
Celebrate the Lord's Supper with other CUIC congregations in your area, at least on special occasions.
Undertake mission projects with CUIC partners on a regular basis, especially projects aimed at overcoming racism.
Invite a member of a neighbouring CUIC congregation to serve on a board or committee of your church.
Three CUIC task forces were established to pursue the work against racism, to bring CUIC into the lives of the churches locally and regionally, and to enable reflection on issues of ministry.
The Task Force on Local and Regional Ecumenism seeks to bring the agreements already confirmed by CUIC to full expression in the daily lives of the churches.
8) CUIC represents a radical commitment on the part of major denominations in the United States to make their unity in Christ effective in their own lives, and visible to the world.
BEST, Writing due to CUIC staff changes occurring at the time of ER production deadlines.
They were able to realize the fruits of this more long-range theological project of CUIC sooner, since none of the outstanding issues among the nine members of the Consultation were divisive between these two churches.
As noted above, the most ambitious of these is the developing CUIC.
However, the nine member-churches of CUIC and the other churches noted in the previous paragraph each had their own sine qua non, which it brought to the table as an essential element necessary for full communion, though some of them were not articulated.