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Art Wall Reception for Catherine Niessink, Sunday, March 17, 12:15 p.m.

There will be an Art Wall Reception for artist Catherine Niessink on Sunday March 17 at 12:15 p.m. in The Commons. Artist Statement I enjoy working with my hands and felting is most satisfying. Wool is the material that is used for felting–since wool shrinks when wet and ‘felted’ together, and when the hooks in […]

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Social Justice Update

Special Collections The Social Justice Coordinating Committee is pleased to report that the response to the Special Collection on February 10 for Trans Lifeline was $1387.  Thanks to Cylise Snow and all those who helped make us aware of this organization and its need. Our next special collection will be held on March 17 for […]

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Note from the Board President

One of the tasks of the Board of Trustees is to make sure that our actions are fully in line with our highest values as a church. Since the congregation approved our new mission and vision last year, we’ve had clearer direction in this work. Stewardship season has provided us a great opportunity to align […]

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Green Spot

Using Food System Education to Promote Agroecology (a talk, with film clips), Sunday, March 24, 12:30 p.m. Join us in Room 19 at 12:30 pm on March 24 as Green Sanctuary presents Bruce Ferguson and Helda Morales discussing their work in agroecology at ECOSUR, a research center in Chiapas, Mexico. Using clips from their newly […]

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Race Matters

A Brief History of White Supremacy Culture in the U.S. White Europeans arrive on what is to become North America. They bring with them a particular way of being in the world, and a particular belief that their way is ‘best’ and therefore worthy of being imposed on other peoples. They begin to methodically construct […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl. Annie and Joe Hampel both grew up in the Catholic church. They began attending People’s early in 2017 after being invited by Michelle Weemhoff.

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Race Matters

ARAOMC: New Name, New Structure by Cary Betz Williams Anti-Racism Anti-Oppresson Multi-Cultural committee. ARAOMC.  What a mouthful. And not very descriptive. Feedback from church members suggest that many don’t know what we do exactly in the church, which makes it difficult  for people to connect with our mission. So we are renaming ourselves. ARAOMC is […]

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Green Spot

The Styrofoam collection was a big success! Next drop-off date will be March 23 so plan to bring materials to church March 10 and 17. The Green Sanctuary Committee is presenting an Environmental Film Series over the next few months. We start with Paris to Pittsburgh on January 27. This documentary describes exciting climate actions […]

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