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Summer Service, August 31 – 10:00 a.m. “I’m Dancing as Fast as I Can!”

With Rev. Dave
We’ll reflect on the challenge of seeking and creating meaningful work—at all stages in our lives, and without regard to compensation or recognition.

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Sunday Service, May 25 – 10:45 a.m. “Memorial Day Service”

With Reverend Pam It has been a custom at People’s Church to engage in a ritual to remember those among us who have died in the past year. In addition, Bob Friedel will reflect on his Vietnam days and Reverend Pam will bring a homily and her farewell to People’s Church. You’ll especially [...]

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Sunday Afternoon DVD Series, Fall 2014

This fall Rev. David Johnson will host a series of three DVD’s on Sunday afternoons, from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm, in Room 19. Bring your own brown-bag lunch, or head out to a nearby spot after coffee hour and retrieve your favorite goodies. Rev. Johnson will provide fresh fruit and juice. Here’s what [...]

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Adult Enrichment Series, Monday Mornings, Mid-September 2014 – Mid-April 2015

“Of Bonds and Binds:  Fables for Our Time” Adult Enrichment Series, People’s Church of Kalamazoo MI Monday mornings, Mid-September 2014 to mid-April 2015 – 10:30 am to 12:00 noon:  Room L-1 Beginning on Monday September 15th, and continuing through mid-April of 2015, Rev. Dave Johnson will be offering a series of Monday-morning conversations that focus [...]

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Peoples Church Fine Arts Sale & Holiday Bazaar – All Church Fun(d) Raiser – Sat., Nov. 22

Please save the date, Saturday November 22, to participate in this event. Now in our 12th this sale brings several hundred people from the community through our doors, provides a venue to support local professional artists, generates a significant contribution to our annual budget, and builds community within our church as we work [...]

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$Money Matters$

The fiscal year at People’s Church ended on June 30, 2014. Our operating income fell about 5 percent short of budget for 2013-14, or nearly $20,000. Pledge income was down, as were collections, fund raisers, and building use fees. Fortunately, expenses came in 4 percent below budget, so we completed the year with [...]

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Charter for the Ministerial Search Committee

This committee exists to engage the congregation of People’s Church and conduct a successful process of securing a new settled minister.  Through openness and dedication, this committee promises to assist the church in its self-reflective task.  This task is undertaken for the purpose of attracting and aligning a clear and honest representation of [...]

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Search Committee News: Congregational Survey Coming Up!

Our search for a new settled minister has begun! The Search Committee held its retreat with the UUA representative, selected our leadership roles, worked our way through the guiding documents from the UUA, constructed a timeline for the next few months of the process, sought the wisdom of Rev. Dave, and are digging [...]

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ISAAC Public Meeting: Thursday, October 9 – 6:00 p.m.

Build a More JUST Community! Join with People’s People and other community supporters for the ISAAC (Interfaith Strategy for Advocacy and Action in the Community) Public Meeting.  Hear more about the progress ISAAC has made in the four areas of focus. Youth Violence Prevention Early Childhood & Education Housing Transit Community [...]

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“An Introduction to Analyzing & Understanding Systemic Racism” Workshop: Saturday 10/11 from 10am – 4pm

An upcoming workshop is to be offered by People’s Church Anti-Racism Anti-Oppression Multiculturalism Committee (ARAOMC).  All are invited to attend. Our Unitarian Universalist Principles call us to affirm the inherent worth and dignity of each person, justice, equity, and compassion in human relations, and the goal of [...]

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