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Sunday Service, February 28 – 10:45 a.m., “The Great Mystery” Rev. Shelly Thompson

This service is led by a UU minister friend that Rev. Rachel is delighted to have at People’s for this Sunday.

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Sunday Service, February 21 – 10:45 a.m., “Hope is Our Superpower” Social Justice Coordinating Committee

Members of the social justice coordinating committee share music, poetry, and reflections about what keeps them motivated to do the work of justice.

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An Update from the Constitution Committee

The committee has been working since July, 2019, on reviewing and revising the constitution document of The People’s Church. The process has been thorough, but the pandemic has slowed our efforts somewhat, as we switched to a virtual meeting format in April of 2020.  We have studied the current constitution carefully and have proposed edits […]

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Social Justice Coordinating Committee Update

February 14th Special Collection Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association Sustainability Fund and the Unitarian Universalist Living Tradition Fund As Rev. Rachel begins her sabbatical, we invite the congregation to extend its care for Unitarian Universalist religious professionals and church staff beyond our congregation. The UUMA sustainability fund supports UU ministers in need of therapy, spiritual direction, […]

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Green Spot

What is KCCC? The Kalamazoo Climate Crisis Coalition started in mid-2019 as a response to Greta Thunberg’s call for a Global Climate Strike in September of 2019. Led by a group of professors from WMU, a number of organizations got together to plan Kalamazoo’s participation. Over 1500 people participated in the rally held at Arcadia […]

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$1,435,385!

People’s people are generous people. $1,435,385 is the total amount of money that People’s people have donated to our building project over the last 9 years. That is truly a phenomenal act of generosity. (Giving to our annual operating budget, special collections, endowed and invested funds, and other contributions are not counted in that total.) […]

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Cultivating Spiritual Resilience through Mindfulness, Sundays at 1:00 p.m.

All are welcome to join us on Zoom as we learn about and experience mindfulness and meditation practices together. Discussion and sharing help to deepen our understandings and broaden our perspectives. These practices can help us develop more spiritual resilience to help us cope with difficulties with more ease and grace. Join us each week […]

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Green Spot

Now that we have solar panels, what should People’s Church do next to reduce our carbon footprint? Rule of thumb:  The best, cleanest, and cheapest source of new energy is conservation and efficiency. People’s Church had a golden opportunity last year to install our solar system at no up-front cost, but now it’s time to […]

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Social Justice Coordinating Committee Update

Special Collections Our November Special Collection netted $1,170 for Planned Parenthood. Thanks to everyone who contributed! The January 2021 Special Collection will be held on January 10th to benefit Open Doors. Open Doors is a home base for success! Through programs, partnerships and advocacy, Open Doors has been helping families achieve housing success since 1970. […]

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Race Matters

The Spiritual Work of Leaning In Competition.  All-or-nothing.  Ranking.  Goods guys v. bad guys.  Us v. them. All of these things are parcels of the worldview called White Supremacy Culture (WSC), and reside under the umbrella of Either-Or thinking – which is one trait of WSC.  WSC is that broad way of being in the […]

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