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Summer Service, July 31 – 10:45 a.m., “How We Live Our Faith” with Rev. Rachel Lonberg

Rev. Rachel will offer information about a significant way in which she lives an aspect of her faith, and then open the floor for personal sharing about the topic.

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Sunday Service, June 12 – 10:45 a.m., “Flowers Have Come: A Flower Ceremony Service” with Rev. Rachel Lonberg

At this intergenerational service, we will celebrate the beauty and impermanence of flowers—and each of us. Please bring a flower to share.

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Open House Celebration for Richard Heintz, Sunday, August 7, 1:00p.m.

An Open House to celebrate the life of Richard Heintz will be held on Sunday, August 7, 2016, from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at People’s Church.  North 10th Street is under construction but the church is accessible to local traffic. If you wish to make a charitable donation in lieu of flowers, they may be made […]

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Update on our Refugee Family from Syria – Week 2

Things have slowed down a bit for the Altyara family this week after a very busy first week. They have been to the mosque for the regular Friday services and to the Kalamazoo Islamic Center on Saturday morning, to attend their second English Language tutoring session (ESL) tutored by a large group of People’s […]

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Film Viewing: DNA is not Destiny, Saturday, August 6, 2:00pm

DNA IS NOT DESTINY  How the Outside Gets Under the Skin Discoveries in the exciting new field of epigenetics suggest that fetal and early child environments literally become part of us. They alter not our genes (they’re fixed) but the epigenetic volume controls which switch genes on and off—with enduring consequences for behaviors and […]

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Refugee Update – Week 1

It’s been a busy week for the Altyara family as they settle in to their new home and community. They arrived the last week of Ramadan, the Muslim Holy Month. They were able to go to the Mosque for services last Friday. The family also attended their first English Language tutoring session (ESL) […]

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Job Posting – People’s Church Music Director

People’s Church, a Unitarian Universalist congregation in Kalamazoo, MI is seeking candidates for the position of Music Director to begin in late August of 2016. We seek a Music Director to inspire, motivate, and minister to our people in music. The Music Director works closely with the Minister to select and lead music for […]

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Berries for the Bazaar

Our jams and jellies sell really well in November at our Fine Art Sale and Holiday Bazaar. If you are picking berries and making jams, please consider making an extra set of small jars to save for the People’s Specialities portion of the Bazaar.  Thank you!

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Mackenzie Hatfield

Race Matters

By Mackenzie Hatfield Last February I was privileged to attend the ERACCE Understanding and Analyzing Systemic Racism two-and-one-half- day training. I learned a lot. That word “privileged” came up in ways I had never really, really explored.  At first I was baffled… How could I—a low income single mother of three—be privileged?  A small […]

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