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Sunday Service, July 19 – 10:45 a.m., “We’re All in This Together” Hilary Hunt

Our summer season brings less formal services and more reflections from People’s people.

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Sunday Service, July 5 – 10:45 a.m., “The Regenerative Neighborhood” Dan Bair

In the age of climate change, what changes are needed for our neighborhoods to thrive?

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ISAAC led a Housing Ordinance presentation and discussion with its housing partners at the last City Commission meeting on June 15th.  To watch, please go to https://www.facebook.com/KalamazooCity/videos/642501933279087/. (This can also be found on ISAAC’s Facebook page.) Connectedly, please read and consider adding your name to a letter to commissioners regarding housing equity: https://isaackalamazoo.org/add-your-voice-support-the-housing-equity-ordinance/ […]

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Green Spot

The Regenerative Neighborhood By Daniel Z. Bair Sometimes it seems so close at hand. I can feel it under my feet in the wooded edge of my backyard. Below I’m presenting a small part of my vision for what I’m calling the regenerative neighborhood. This idea stems primarily from my 14 years working in agriculture, […]

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Race Matters

Myself, and All of Us Recently I’ve been involved in several conversations in which a tension was revealed between the needs and journey of an individual antiracist activist, and the vast needs of the movement.  (I will note that I am white, and these conversations were with other white folx.  So in this writing, I […]

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Green Spot

Coronavirus and Climate Justice by Cybelle Shattuck In the midst of this pandemic, while home-bound and spending (too much) time online, people are excitedly sharing videos of nature “recovering” in the absence of humans. We marvel at majestic mountains unobscured by air pollution and delight at wild animals romping through towns. Our hearts lift—we feel […]

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Coronavirus and Racism

“This virus doesn’t discriminate” I’m sure many of you have been hearing these words on the news from medical professionals.  And thankfully, as we write this on April 8, we are beginning to hear deeper analyses on the racial disparities embedded in this crisis, where something IS discriminating. From Milwaukee we hear that “26% of […]

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A Proposal: People’s Church Should Join the Kalamazoo Climate Crisis Coalition

The Green Sanctuary Committee recommends that People’s Church join the Kalamazoo Climate Crisis Coalition (KCCC) to affirm our commitment to work actively toward alleviating and remediating Climate Change.  Part of the business at the People’s Church annual meeting on May 17 will be to consider and vote on this proposal. This aligns well with much […]

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In Memoriam

We celebrate the life and mourn the death of two People’s people who died in March. Drusie Rosegrant died on March 14. You can read her full obituary at: https://www.avinkcremation.com/obituaries/Ruth-Rosegrant/#!/Obituary Edmund Tsang died on March 11. He died at Rose Arbor Hospice with his children by his side. Services for Drusie and Edmund—as well […]

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Administrative Staffing Project Update

Over the last few months, board and finance leaders and Rev. Rachel have been working hard to redesign administrative staffing. A draft plan will be discussed at the board meeting in early April and shared with the congregation shortly thereafter. Please check emails from the church for the latest about all of this. Our communication […]

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