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Brief Online Survey for ISAAC

The City and its partners want to hear from you, Kalamazoo! Tell us your thoughts on housing. We have teamed up with other agencies in the area to look at housing issues in our city. https://goo.gl/forms/WIdSSlSFHWVwbCRe2 This partnership between the City of Kalamazoo, Michigan Department of Civil Rights, Fair Housing Center of Southwest Michigan, […]

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Social Justice Update

ISAAC Core Team to Meet with Executive Director People’s ISAAC Core Team will be meeting with ISAAC’s Executive Director, Dr. Charlae Davis on Monday, August 27 at 6:30 p.m. in Room L1.  Anyone who would like to learn more about ISAAC and our People’s Church core team are welcome to come and meet with Dr. […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

When Kelly Henderson and her husband Scot were looking for a scouting experience for their son Jeremy they met several People’s people, including Diane Melvin, who shared information about their church experiences at People’s. That was in 2005. Kelly and her family were in search of community. She said her father was part of a […]

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ArtWall Exhibit: Legacy Paintings by Marcia Wood

There is currently a silent auction of Marcia Wood’s paintings happening at People’s Church, with proceeds going to benefit the Marcia J. Wood Scholarship Fund at Kalamazoo College.  Place your bids on the bid sheets at church or contact Dave Curl at oakwoods@net-link.net, for more information. As a prolific artist, teacher, and mentor, Marcia […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

Jana Watson and Ben Jones began attending People’s in 2011. Jana grew up in St. Peters, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, and moved to Kalamazoo when she was 14. She said, “My mother was United Methodist, but we rarely attended church.  I attended a Baptist Church with my friend in 8th grade, but I […]

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Race Matters

This month has been one of zero compassion on the part of the administration. Children taken from their parents. Little ones put in “tender age” facilities. Older kids housed in a repurposed Wal-Mart as if they were nothing more than merchandise. The constant call from those who follow Trump: “They came here illegally.” The sad […]

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Making Jams, Salsas, and Canned Items for Bazaar

Our most profitable “department” at November’s Holiday Bazaar is called People’s Specialties. It takes place in the foyer and features your handmade jams, salsas, breads, frozen entrees, cookies, candies, and small hand-crafted items (knitted items, small quilted items, etc.).  While fresh produce is plentiful, now is a great time to start canning jams or salsas, […]

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The Library Corner

In Our Own Best Interest; How Defending Human Rights Benefits Us All, by William F. Schultz Sierra Leone, Kosovo, East Timor, the Bronx. The nightly news brings vivid images into our homes of the mistreatment of people all over the world. In the secure comfort of our living rooms, we may feel sympathetic to the […]

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