People’s Church will be collecting foam for recycling on Wednesday, September 23 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Thursday, September 24 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the back parking lot, near the shed.
Dear People’s People and Friends, As you have likely anticipated, we will not be able to hold our traditional Bazaar event this fall. It is a disappointment. However, we have been working to construct a virtual event to support our local artists and vendors and nurture our Bazaar tradition and date until we gather for […]
New Definition of Doing For White People One of the things I’ve noticed about white people beginning to get more serious about dismantling racism, and beginning to see things they’ve never seen before, is that they invariably want to DO SOMETHING(!). We feel the urgency. Right away. Now. So first, let me thank you for […]
During the service on August 23, one of our discussion questions was ‘How have you continued to make a difference in your community even with the recent pandemic? What ideas can you share?’ So many good ideas were shared, that I was inspired to share them with our whole community. – Rev. Rachel Here are […]
Is People’s Church ready to be a Cool Congregation ? Cool Congregations is a stewardship program developed by Interfaith Power and Light that provides certification for congregations that achieve different levels of greenhouse gas reductions in their facilities. It offers a structured approach and support resources, and also includes a challenge to individual congregants to engage in lowering […]
Framed 18” X 24” pictures are $50 each with all proceeds going to People’s Church. If you are interested in purchasing a picture, please reach out to Chris Schleuder at email@example.com.
From August 15th–September 20th, our Beloved Community members are being asked to log their steps, distance, and time traveled as we collectively make a virtual journey to Washington, D.C.
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 […]