January Special Collection We collected $1119 for Open Doors as part of our January 12 Special Collection. Thanks to everyone who contributed. Special Collection for The Unitarian Universalist Association Sunday, February 16 The UUA helps our church thrive. From religious education curricula to hymnals containing the songs we sing to advice for our bylaws committee […]
Get Motivated Lights blazing away? This is a great time of the year to save money and reduce your personal carbon footprint by switching to LED light bulbs. Even if you’ve been changing over to LEDs, take an inventory to see which bulbs you still need to replace. Then go straight to your favorite hardware […]
Reverend Rachel is planning her upcoming sabbatical for February 2021-July 2021. We invite all members to meet in town hall meetings to explore the congregational needs during a time of ministerial sabbatical. Board of Trustees will share our ideas for the sabbatical, facilitate discussion and capture the ideas shared. Three times are offered below: Sunday, […]
Special Collection—Sunday, January 12 The Special Collection on January 12th will benefit Open Doors, a non-profit organization that People’s Church is partnering with in our community. For more than 40 years, Open Doors has been helping families achieve housing success through programs, partnerships and advocacy. Open Doors began as a coffee house/drop-in center offering support […]
Curated by Tom and Lauri Holmes. On display from January 10 through the end of February. A reception is scheduled for February 9, after the Sunday Service. This exhibit features artists who fled Syria eight years ago for refuge in the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan which houses about 60,000 people. Some were professional artists […]
Climate Forum in 2020 The tide is rising, and so are we. The task is mighty, and so are we. The land is holy, and so are we. This is where we are called to be. —Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman and Yotam Schachter 2020 is going to be a year for climate action, a time […]
When I agreed to join the Dismantling Racism Within People’s Church Steering Team last fall, I had a very specific idea of what the work would look like and be, relative to my experience as a former Board of Trustees member, Religious Education Committee member and volunteer, and my 20-year tenure as a participant and […]
Article by Ardyce Curl. Suzanne B. Siegel grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan where she attended Reform Jewish Temple Emanuel. She said she became aware of Unitarianism while living in California in the 1960s where she attended the Unitarian church in Santa Barbara.