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Sunday Service, October 9 – 10:45 a.m., “Membership Celebration” – Rev. Rachel Lonberg

Join us to celebrate the newest members of People’s Church. Rev. Rachel will reflect on the meaning of membership. This service will end with a fire drill, weather permitting. Please join us on Zoom or in person! The Sunday Service can be accessed by following this link: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/5527667326 Or by calling […]

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Sunday Service, October 2 – “The Congregation is the Curriculum” – Rev. Rachel Lonberg

UUA Staff Member Connie Goodbread has said, ‘Everything we do is faith formation. Everything we teach is Unitarian Universalism. The congregation is the curriculum.’ On the first Sunday of religious education for children and youth in this program year, we will commission our religious education teachers and advisors, and debut a new recessional (the song […]

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Fridays for Future

The Kalamazoo Climate Crisis Coalition has resumed its bi-monthly programming on topics of interest.  Most programs will be on Zoom at 12:00 on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month from now until June. The Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86141544253     October 14, 2022: Empowering Voters and […]

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An Introduction to Queer Theology

An Introduction to Queer Theology Are you interested in the intersection of Christianity and issues of sexuality and gender? Then join us for this online introductory discussion about queer theology. We’ll learn together about what it is and why it matters. Spoiler: it’s more than discussing why LGBTQIA people can be Christian. […]

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Congregational Conversation #4: Accountability

Congregational Conversation #4: Accountability In-person: Sunday, October 23, 12:15-1pm Online: Monday, October 24, 7-7:45pm ‘Accountably’ is the word in the newly adopted bylaws that has provoked the strongest feelings and the most questions. Join with other People’s people to discuss this tricky word and what it could mean for us to be […]

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People’s Church is now collecting cans & bottles!

People’s Church is now collecting cans & bottles! We are excited to announce a new partnership between People’s Church and BLM Mealtrain Kzoo/BC! Please help support their wonderful work by bringing in your clean cans and bottles on or under the table that has been set up in the downstairs lobby of […]

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MUUSJN and UU the VOTE Opportunities

MUUSJN and UU the VOTE Opportunities Phone and Text Banking: There are opportunities to phone bank every week with the Michigan UU Social Justice Network (MUUSJN). Monday Nights from 6-8 PM (text banking will come soon) https://bit.ly/PhbankMon Wednesday Night 6:30-8:30 PM Phone banks: https://bit.ly/phMUUSJN Keep in mind that you don’t […]

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Neighborhood Improvement Opportunity

The Green Sanctuary Committee of People’s Church is again sponsoring the Fall Clean-Up of 10th Street from West Main to H Street on Sunday, October 30 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Come and pick up trash along the road to help beautify our Church neighborhood. Youth are encouraged to volunteer, but parental […]

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Special Collection: Sunday October 16 : YWCA Kalamazoo Reproductive Health Fund

The YWCA Reproductive Health Fund enables all Kalamazoo County residents to access reproductive, sexual, and gender-affirming health care services – especially those who identify as Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC), undocumented people, low-income people, and those who identify as LGBTQIA+. The Fund eliminates financial and transportation barriers and increases access to […]

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Environment and Citizenship

Fall is in the air, the season of pumpkin spice, bright leaves, and elections. As we prepare to participate in one of the most vital acts of citizenship, voting, it is important to locate information that can help us make informed choices. For those seeking information on environmental and justice issues, here […]

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