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Green Spot – Plastic? Paper? Cloth?

Which grocery bag leaves the smallest carbon footprint on the planet?

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Getting to Know People’s People

Article by Ardyce Curl. Allen Webb and Cynthia Pietras were married by Jill McAllister at the Kalamazoo Nature Center in 2006 and the couple began attending People’s in 2007.

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Race Matters

Doing Our Own Work When I first heard about the anti-racism seminar for white people “Doing Our Own Work” (DOOW), lasting 6 days over a 3 month period, I thought, “what does that even mean?” I had participated in a 2.5 day ERACCE Anti-Racism training and several other seminars that always included white people and […]

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What Are Chalice Circles?

CHALICE CIRCLES offer an opportunity to meet with others around a commitment to practice listening and sharing in ways that allow us to be real and honest, and have the kind of deeper conversations that can be difficult to make during coffee hour on Sundays. In Chalice Circles, we focus on topics from our life […]

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ISAAC Banquet, Saturday, May 18th

Preparations are underway for the annual ISAAC Banquet to held Thursday evening, May 18th at WMU in the Bernhard Center. Tickets are available until May 6th at the ISAAC website. Being part of this inspiring event with 500 others from our diverse community who want to advance social justice in our County is […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl. The 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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Notes from the Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee is proud to announce nominees for People’s Board of Trustees and nominees for the Nominating  Committee.  These nominees serve three-year terms and will be voted on at the Annual Meeting on May 19, 2019. Alternative Nominating Procedure If there are any members of the church who wish to self-nominate to the Board […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl. Emily and Chris Sipsma first attended People’s in 2016. “Multiple friends recommended we come,” Emily said. Emily grew up in the First Congregational Church in Allegan. Chris said he was brought up in a very open-minded household.

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