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Environmental Stewardship and Activism By Cybelle Shattuck For people who care deeply about being in right relationship with nature, these are worrisome times. The foxes (climate deniers, fossil fuel CEOs) are in charge of the hen house and there are weekly stories about new threats to the environment. But all is not lost. As citizens, […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl Tom and Karen Voigts Tom and Karen Voigts first attended People’s more than twelve years ago. They had been looking for a like-minded church with a strong emphasis on social justice issues; and friends had encouraged them that People’s was the place to come. Karen grew up in a Unitarian Church in […]

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Mahouts Needed for White Elephants at Holiday Bazaar

We need two energetic people to join the Bazaar Steering Committee and coordinate the White Elephant portion of this amazing event on November 18th that benefits our church. For details, contact Rochelle Habeck-Hunt at habeck@chartermi.net. Also, please search your closets now for all very nice items (please, no clothing or furniture) that you can […]

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The Library Corner

Writings on the Wall: Searching for a New Equality beyond Black and White by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Raymond Obstfeld Basketball legend and cultural commentator Kareem Abdul-Jabbar explores how the America of today is a fractured society, sharply divided along the lines of race, gender, religion, political party and economic class.  In Writings on the Wall […]

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Green Spot

Caring for Our Outdoor Church By Cybelle Shattuck This summer, the Green Sanctuary and Building and Grounds Committees are developing a land management plan for People’s Church. The grounds are a part of our church; they provide space for spiritual practices, religious education, remembering loved ones, and cultivating right relationships with animals, insects, and plants. […]

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Race Matters

By Cary Betz-Williams I went to the two and a half day ERACCE training, unsure of what to expect. I was a bit apprehensive, felt shy because I was going to be among strangers and kept reminding myself to think before I spoke since sometimes the most amazingly daft things come out when I don’t.  […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl Julie and Brian Schneeberger are among the newest members of People’s Church, having first attended in February. They signed the bond of union soon after. Julie said, “I looked up People’s online while searching for an open-minded congregation to match up with my changing spiritual attitudes.” Brian, who grew up attending the […]

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The Library Corner

Dreamers; an Immigrant Generation’s Fight for Their American Dream, by Eileen Truax Of the approximately twelve million undocumented immigrants living in the U.S., as many as two million came as children.  They grow up here, go through school, and then their home country won’t—in most states—offer financial aid for college or allow them to legally […]

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