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Sunday Service, August 2 – 10:45 a.m., “Hope” Elizabeth Warner, M.D.

Elizabeth Warner will lead this Sunday’s discussion by talking about “Hope in Today’s World.”

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Statement on Large Gatherings at People’s Church

The Board of Trustees, in collaboration with Rev. Rachel, has decided that People’s Church will host no large in-person gatherings, including Sunday services, until these gatherings pose a minimal risk of serious illness or death from COVID-19.  Reasonable safety may result from widespread vaccine use, effective treatment, low disease incidence in our community combined with […]

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Race Matters

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ISAAC led a Housing Ordinance presentation and discussion with its housing partners at the last City Commission meeting on June 15th.  To watch, please go to https://www.facebook.com/KalamazooCity/videos/642501933279087/. (This can also be found on ISAAC’s Facebook page.) Connectedly, please read and consider adding your name to a letter to commissioners regarding housing equity: https://isaackalamazoo.org/add-your-voice-support-the-housing-equity-ordinance/ […]

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The Regenerative Neighborhood By Daniel Z. Bair Sometimes it seems so close at hand. I can feel it under my feet in the wooded edge of my backyard. Below I’m presenting a small part of my vision for what I’m calling the regenerative neighborhood. This idea stems primarily from my 14 years working in agriculture, […]

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Race Matters

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Statement from Board of Trustees & Minister

At the board meeting on June 9, the Board of Trustees and Rev. Rachel Lonberg adopted the following statement: As Unitarian Universalists, our faith calls us to speak to this moment: We believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every person. We believe in justice, equity, and compassion in human relations. We believe in […]

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Coronavirus and Climate Justice by Cybelle Shattuck In the midst of this pandemic, while home-bound and spending (too much) time online, people are excitedly sharing videos of nature “recovering” in the absence of humans. We marvel at majestic mountains unobscured by air pollution and delight at wild animals romping through towns. Our hearts lift—we feel […]

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