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Voltaire

Sunday Service, November 2 – 10:45 a.m., “Candide’s Dilemma: Beyond Good and Evil”

With Rev. Dave Johnson
We will consider Voltaire’s “Candide”, and its implications for today.

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Sunday Service, October 26 – 10:45 a.m., “The Importance of Visibility for LGBT Equality”

With Jay Maddock

Guest speaker Jay Maddock will explain the need for LGBT visibility within the larger community in order to secure equal rights and protections for LGBT citizens.

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Those Who Remain

Hear a Preview of Darryl Loiacano’s New CD, “Those Who Remain”

People’s Church member Darryl Loiacano’s new album, Those Who Remain, is a collection of 10 songs—a song cycle of sorts. The album is a reflection on loss and renewal. It is ultimately an expression of hope, and a celebration of the interconnectedness of life. Recording began in November of [...]

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Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide” – Sunday, November 2, 1:30p.m.

We will watch a DVD Presentation of Leonard Bernstein Conducting “Candide” on Sunday, November 2 from 1:30 to 4:00 pm in Room 19. The concert was recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra live at the Barbican Centre in London, December 1989. Featured Soloists: Candide   Jerry Hadley Cunegonde   June Anderson Dr. Pangloss / [...]

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Volunteer, Contribute, and Promote the People’s Church 2014 Fine Arts Sale & Holiday Bazaar

The Final Push is on for November 22nd! The Bazaar has become a signature event for our church involving everyone—members and friends—who can lend a hand to help make it happen.           We promote this event to the wider Kalamazoo area and surrounding counties—listen for our ads in WMUK that [...]

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Anisah Haynes

Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl Anisah Haynes grew up in a Seventh-day Adventist Christian church but spent 14 adult years as a Muslim. Then she discovered Unitarian Universalism and attended Berrien Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Berrien County four years. She found People’s on the Internet and first attended in October 2013 [...]

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Those Who Remain

People of Hope: A Benefit Concert For People’s Church

Reflections by Darryl Loiacano In the fall of 2009, while a relative newcomer to People’s Church, I wrote a Christmas song called Hope Is Born. It was the first song I had written in a long time, and also one of my best. The song began a journey of [...]

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RACE MATTERS by Therese Malmberg

I was born in the mid-1950’s to a middle-class white family with all the expectations that that implied.  “Diversity” was definitely not part of my or anyone else’s vocabulary at the time; people of color existed but they had their own separate world and no one I knew questioned [...]

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The Bazaar is Coming…Please Join the Preparations!

Saturday, November 22rd from 9:00 to 3:00 will be the 12th Annual People’s Church Holiday Bazaar and Fine Arts Sale!  Our church will be transformed into a festive venue with 35 local artists and artisans selling their beautiful work, while we sell our trademark pasties and other People’s specialties, [...]

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Monday Morning Series:  “Of Bonds and Binds:  Fables for Our Time” with Rev. Dave Johnson

On Monday mornings at 10:30 a.m. we are reading and reflecting upon a series of Fables that offer insights into the principles of Family Systems.  The fables are from the anthology Friedman’s Fables (Guilford Press, 1990), written by one of the leading authorities on family systems theory, Rabbi Edwin [...]

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