ISAAC Public Meeting People’s Church has long been an active member of ISAAC (Interfaith Strategy for Advocacy and Action in the Community). At the 2018 ISAAC Public Meeting held October 25 at Mt Zion Church, we exceeded our pledge of 40 attendees in thanks to our young people in attendance, like Dorothy Lonberg. After a […]
My work with the Anti-Racism Anti-Oppression Multi-Cultural Committee is an important way for me to discover, develop, and disseminate ideas about our Unitarian Universalist values pertaining to the worth and inherent dignity of all people.
Following is an interview with a People’s person talking about why she came to People’s and why she continues to participate. Article 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.
Lincoln School September has whizzed by and your Social Justice Coordinating Committee is fully engaged in keeping up with the many involvements serving the causes of social justice in our community. As always, our first activity in the fall is our support of Lincoln School. The Special Collection on September 16th netted $1090. Teachers who […]
The Coffee Cart is Open Want an easy way to help you live your values? Make sure you buy and drink fair trade, organic, shade grown coffee. The coffee we sell and serve on Sundays is from Higher Grounds, a Michigan company that buys its beans from small farmer cooperatives thus helping them get a […]
The Beloved Community by Cary Williams Here is the phrase: “the Beloved Community”. We have adopted the term for use in the People’s Church mission statement, and I found myself growing curious about its meaning. I needed more information. And since getting more information for me almost always means digging into the history of something, […]