Sunday Service
dog_and_cat

Sunday Service, October 2 – 10:45 a.m., “The Care of Magical Creatures” with Rev. Rachel Lonberg and Diane Melvin

Let us celebrate and bless the animals in our lives and in our world! Please bring your well-behaved pets, pictures of beloved animals (living or dead), and/or your favorite stuffed animals.

0 comments
View Past & Upcoming Sunday Service Info
Sermon Podcasts
margaret_fuller

Sunday Service, September 25 – 10:45 a.m., “Holy Anger” with Rev. Rachel Lonberg

Anger can eat us alive or fuel us to do good and important work in the world. How do we harness this powerful force?

0 comments
Play
Right Click to Save Link As | View Archive

Featured News

coexist-circle

Young Adult Group for ages 18-35

People’s Church hosts a young adult group from 6:30 to 8:30 pm on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at People’s Church. The group gathers to discuss relevant issues, build friendships, and find community while seeking deeper meaning in their lives. Anyone aged 18 through 35 is invited. Snacks are provided. Childcare […]

0 comments
consciousness

CONsciousness High School Youth Con: Nov. 11-13

People’s Church high school youth will host a youth CON from Nov. 11-13 at People’s Church. Please join us for this fun weekend together getting to know UU youth from around the region through games, workshops, fellowship, music, worship, a super secret surprise, great food and more! Cost is $30 per youth and $20 […]

0 comments
fawn #1

“My Parent’s Nature”: An Art Exhibit by Gay Walker, Sept. 18 – Oct. 9

Artist Statement: Gay Walker As an art therapist, I know that painting helps me process and communicate what is important in life. I was greatly inspired and influenced by my parents. During my life, they constantly guided my eyes to see and appreciate the beauty of nature. This exhibit is to honor them and […]

0 comments
nadine_sq

Race Matters

As some of you may already know, I started on my antiracism journey in 2009 as a member of People’s Church when Rev. Jill McAllister approached me to be part of a panel of congregants who would talk about our ideas on race as part of a Sunday service. I gladly accepted her invitation, […]

0 comments
pc_logo_transparent

Money Matters

Our pledge fulfillment in 2015-16 at People’s Church has been poor again. At the end of June, we were about $25,000 short in pledge income promised for the fiscal year. Statements of pledge balances were sent out late in June with hopes that everyone would have a chance to finish paying their pledge before we […]

0 comments
Choir (2014)

Music at People’s

Music of Love—Music of Hope—Music of Change By Darryl Loiacano Jennifer Drake and I had the great pleasure to attend the UU Musicians Network Conference this summer in Madison, Wisconsin.  It was an inspiring experience for both of us.   Sharing “People of Hope” at the Silliman Hymn Contest was only one small part of […]

0 comments
specialties

People’s Church Fine Art Sale & Holiday Bazaar

SAVE the DATE!  Saturday, November 19th Preparations are underway for our 15th annual, all-church fun(d) raiser. Please save the date, Saturday, November 19 and plan to participate. Everyone is welcome and needed—members and visitors and friends. Our goals are 700 customers, 800 pasties, and $15,000 to help our church budget. This event also provides […]

0 comments
sharps

Unitarian History Coming to Your Television

Before there was the People’s Church refugee team, there was Martha and Waitstill Sharp.  ‘Defying the Nazis: The Sharps’ War,’ a new documentary film by Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky tells to story of an American Unitarian couple who spent two years during the Second World War on life-threatening missions in Europe to save […]

0 comments

Announcements

Read More News