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“Accidental Marks” an Art Wall Exhibit by Michael Dunn

Ekphrastic Exhibit of Drawing and Poetry (Ekphrastic refers to a form of writing, mostly poetry, wherein the author describes another work of art, usually visual.) Artist Statement I close my eyes and start making marks randomly, with a pencilon paper- long and short, wavy and straight, continuous and dashed all without looking. I fill the […]

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Mystic Lake UU Retreat for 6th-8th grade youth Oct. 11-13 2019

Enjoy time to play and relax with games, low ropes challenge course, gaga pit, wagon ride, campfire, archery, boating, fishing and carpet ball! October 11-13, 2019 REGISTRATION FEE: $95 per person. Either pay online here or make checks payable to People’s Church with Mystic Lake in the memo line and send to People’s Church […]

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Partnership with Lincoln School

For many years People’s people have been intertwined with the students and staff at Lincoln Elementary.  We have had tutors and mentors there for as long as I can remember.  We hold a special annual collection for them at the beginning of the church/school year (that will be on Sunday, Sept. 15th).  We have done […]

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Race Matters

Earlier this year I attended Doing Our Own Work: An Anti-racism seminar for White People, facilitated by Allies for Change and held at Peoples Church. I intentionally chose to explore racism and anti-racism with other white people. I wanted to confront my own denial, confusion, pain and anger about racism. If I/we felt resistance or […]

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SAVE the DATE! People’s Church Fine Arts Sale & Holiday Bazaar will be Saturday, November 23 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 23rd will be the 18th Annual Bazaar, our all-church fun(d)raiser, welcoming all of our members, visitors, and friends. If you have helped or shopped, you know that this event fills the church and requires many hands. Please ask your friends to plan to join you to “shop local” for one-of-a-kind gifts and enjoy […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl. Following is an interview with a People’s person talking about why she came to People’s and why she continues to participate.

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Social Justice Coordinating Committee Update

Open Doors Partnership: a team of eight church members donated their time,108 hours total, and skills to rehabilitate a one-bedroom apartment on Park Street for a new tenant: a grateful young mother who moved into her new home on August 26th. Refugee Resettlement: People’s Church housed a two-week Summer Enrichment Program in July for 18 […]

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Race Matters

New discussion group begins – Fall 2019 As I write this, I’m feeling much gratitude for the increasing buzz and commitment within the congregation around understanding the many layers of oppression that exist in our culture – both “out there”, and within our own walls.  It’s not that the people at People’s haven’t historically been […]

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