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Special Collections We collected $1467 for Ministry with Community on December 10.  Thanks to everyone who donated.  The next Special Collection will be held on Sunday, January 14. ISAAC Update Three new task-forces are forming now to work on the selected social justice issues to address in our community over the next two years. This […]

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Green Spot

How much risk should we take with the Great Lakes?  by guest author Rev. Deb Hansen When it comes to Enbridge’s Line 5, a broad section of businesses, local and tribal governments, organizations, editorial boards, and faith communities across the political spectrum are saying publicly — none.  As we’ve seen with lead in Flint’s drinking […]

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Race Matters

Two books have been selected for the 2017-2018 UUA Common Read. One of them focuses on the work of dismantling white supremacy culture within today’s Unitarian Universalism. This book is entitled Centering: Navigating Race, Authenticity, and Power in Ministry, edited by Rev. Mitra Rahnema (Skinner House, 2017). In October 2015, a group of distinguished UU […]

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MONEY MATTER$

Tip for our pledgers who itemize on their federal taxes: For the 2018 tax year, the Republicans’ new tax plan increases the standard deduction to $12,000 for single filers and to $24,000 for married couples filing jointly. Since it may become law, and because of this change, many people will choose to use the standard […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl Megan Reynolds and Sarah Hill first attended People’s in 2009 looking for religious education and a church community for their daughters. The couple, who have been together 18 years, were married in 2015 by Jill McAllister after the Obergefell decision brought marriage equality to Michigan. Megan had attended Catholic schools in Wilmington, […]

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People’s Church Service Auction

Plans are underway for our annual Service Auction. “What is the Service Auction?” you might ask. It is an opportunity to offer and bid on services provided by People’s people, helps to build community by sharing our talents, and raises some money for the church. We will soon be soliciting your services to benefit our church. […]

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Art Wall: “The Process of Change: Oil & Fiber” by Beth Bullmer

Exhibit displayed in The Commons from December 10, 2017 through January 28, 2018. Artist Statement: As a licensed massage therapist and colon therapist, the quest for my own health in my body, mind and spirit is also a driving force behind my artistic expression.  Understanding that health is a holistic process, I call on my […]

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Green Spot

Citizen Science—Join a Christmas Bird Count! Each December and early January, birders help record the numbers and species of birds in specific areas by participating in a Christmas Bird Count project that began in 1900. This information is compiled to give researchers an idea of how many birds there are and where they are. The […]

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