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Sunday Service, December 21 – 10:45 a.m., “You Were Expecting Someone Special?” (Or: “What, There Ain’t No Sanity Clause?”)

With David Isaacson
Humanity longs for saviors. For whom might Unitarian Universalists be longing—if anyone?

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Sunday Service, November 2 – 10:45 a.m., “Candide’s Dilemma: Beyond Good and Evil”

With Rev. Dave Johnson
We will consider Voltaire’s “Candide”, and its implications for today.

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Of Bonds and Binds: Fables for Our Time – Mon. Dec. 15

The fables class which has been meeting on Monday mornings at 10:30am will continue to meet.  David Isaacson has volunteered to lead the class while Rev. Dave is away.  December 15th’s fable is entitled “Metamorphosis”.

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Update on Reverend Dave

To People’s People, we need to let you know that our Interim Minister, Dave Johnson, is in the hospital in California after suffering a mild stroke. His wife, Diann, and daughter, Melanie, have flown to California and by now have arrived at the hospital to see him and talk with doctors. Diann had spoken to Dave by phone and said that his prognosis appears hopeful and he still has his sense of humor. […]

New Member / Bond of Union

New Member Recognition – Sunday, December 14

On Sunday, December 14 we will recognize our newest members to People’s Church during the Sunday service.  New members are welcome to attend a Bond of Union Signing Ceremony that will begin at 10:00 a.m. in Room 19.    If you are interested in joining People’s on this day, please email […]

Guest at Your Table

Guest at Your Table

The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee invites us to participate in the “Guest at Your Table” program. Each time you set the table for dinner, add an additional place setting for the “extra guest.” Spend a few minutes reading about their stories from the “Stories of Hope” brochure. Traditionally we […]

Library Books

Search People’s Library Catalog from Home

People’s Church has an extensive library collection that is viewable from both church and home.  Here is the procedure to search the church’s library collections from your home:  Go to Near the top of the screen it says “peopleschurchofkzoo has a suggested […]

Kalamazoo Community Foundation

Grant Received for Anti-Racism Training

It is critical that as an organization, and as individuals, we come to a deeper understanding of the spiritual nature of antiracism and multicultural competence work. Thanks to the hard work and visioning of the Anti-Racism Anti-Oppression Multi-Cultural (ARAOMC) Committee, People’s Church has been awarded a $9950 grant from […]

Those Who Remain

Hear a Preview of Darryl Loiacano’s New CD, “Those Who Remain”

People’s Church member Darryl Loiacano’s new album, Those Who Remain, is a collection of 10 songs—a song cycle of sorts. The album is a reflection on loss and renewal. It is ultimately an expression of hope, and a celebration of the interconnectedness of life. Recording began in November of […]

Anisah Haynes

Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl Anisah Haynes grew up in a Seventh-day Adventist Christian church but spent 14 adult years as a Muslim. Then she discovered Unitarian Universalism and attended Berrien Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Berrien County four years. She found People’s on the Internet and first attended in October 2013 […]



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