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Sunday Service, February 5 – 10:45 a.m., “How Much Brutality Can We Bear?: On Interdependence and Capitalism” – Rev. Rachel Lonberg

‘What level of brutality and exploitation will we accept as a society in order to get the things we want but do not need?’ asked journalist Ramtim Arablouei on a recent episode of NPR’s Throughline podcast. Rev. Rachel has not been able to stop thinking about this question. It so clearly describes the […]

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Sunday Service, January 29 – “The Notorious CBC” – Rev. Claudia Jiménez

Ministry on the frontier and in our denomination was challenging enough in the 1800s. The resilience and perseverance of women ministers like Rev. Caroline Bartlett Crane, despite being shunned by the Boston patriarchy, makes their ministry even more remarkable! What can we learn from Crane’s imaginative, resilient, inspiring ministry that re-energizes and deepens ministry in […]

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February Newsletter is here!

Hot off the presses, the monthly newsletter for February is now available! Check it out HERE! You can always access both the current and previous newsletters HERE. If you would prefer to receive a paper copy mailed to your home, please send an email to office@peopleschurch.net or call 269-375-3262 […]

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First Exhibit on the Art Wall in 3 years!: Eric Schreur, Images of the Night

First Exhibit on the Art Wall in 3 years! “Images of the Night”, photography by Eric Schreur Exhibit Dates: February 25 to March 25, 2023 Artist Reception: Sunday, February 12, 2023 12:15-1:15 after the service Hours: By appointment or during church hours. Eric has been interested in astronomy and photography since his high school […]

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Fridays for Future

Fridays for Future – Friday, Jan. 27, 12pm Does Hydrogen Have a Role in a Clean Energy Future? Via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86141544253 There has been some hype in the media about hydrogen lately, but can it actually help decarbonization efforts? And will everything just blow up like the Hindenburg? Dr. […]

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People’s Church Silent Auction Returns in February

People’s Church Silent Auction – Returns in February Catalogue of Donated Items Submit an item Submit a bid Spreadsheet of bids The People’s Church silent auction is returning with the bid sheets in the halls of People’s Church, running from February 5- February 26, when we will close the auction at 10:45 am […]

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Afternoon & Evening Book Clubs 2022-2023

The full schedule of dates and book selections are now available for both Afternoon and Evening Book Clubs. Click to see the full list!

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Young Adult Game Day

Young Adult Game Day Saturday, January 14, 2-5pm, Room 19 at People’s church All People’s Church young adults (18-35) are invited for an afternoon of board and card games. Bring your favorite game and a snack to share, if you like. (We’ll have plenty of games and snacks.) If you have questions or need […]

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Green Spot: Composting – Back to the Earth

We’re sharing some meals at church again, so we’re also producing food waste. Did you know that you can compost much of that food waste and return it to the soil? Thanks to the volunteer work of Bob Friedel and Kimberly Ginn, we have a system for that at People’s. Composting keeps organic matter out […]

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