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Sunday Service, November 30 – 10:45 a.m., “Out on the Road: The Challenges of Caring”

With Rev. Dave Johnson
T.S. Eliot wrote (in “Ash Wednesday”), “teach me to care and not to care.” We’ll unpack that phrase and its implications.

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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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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 […]


Connections Dinner: Friday, December 5, 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Twice a year, a Connections Dinner is sponsored by the Membership Committee.  This is an informal chance to get to know other People’s people, our staff and other lay leaders while sharing a delicious meal.  The next Connections Dinner will be a Burrito dinner held on Friday, December 5 […]


Path to Membership Workshop – Saturday, November 15 POSTPONED

This program has been postponed until early 2015. Stay tuned for a new date to be announced soon. If you have questions, please contact the Membership Committee Chair, Anna Shade or our Office Administrator, Chris Schleuder.

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 […]

David Isaacson & Ardyce Curl

Volunteer, Contribute, and Promote the People’s Church 2014 Fine Arts Sale & Holiday Bazaar

The Final Push is on for November 22nd! The Bazaar has become a signature event for our church involving everyone—members and friends—who can lend a hand to help make it happen.           We promote this event to the wider Kalamazoo area and surrounding counties—listen for our ads in WMUK that […]

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 […]


RACE MATTERS by Therese Malmberg

I was born in the mid-1950’s to a middle-class white family with all the expectations that that implied.  “Diversity” was definitely not part of my or anyone else’s vocabulary at the time; people of color existed but they had their own separate world and no one I knew questioned […]


The Bazaar is Coming…Please Join the Preparations!

Saturday, November 22rd from 9:00 to 3:00 will be the 12th Annual People’s Church Holiday Bazaar and Fine Arts Sale!  Our church will be transformed into a festive venue with 35 local artists and artisans selling their beautiful work, while we sell our trademark pasties and other People’s specialties, […]



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