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Sunday Service, December 11 – 10:45 a.m., “Outlawing Jellybeans and Other Injustices”

In this intergenerational service, members and friends of our community will be acting out the fictional story of Duke Dwayne’s attempts to outlaw jellybeans (and other things).

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Sunday Service, December 4 – 10:45 a.m., “The Time That Santa Slapped a Unitarian” with Rev. Rachel Lonberg

At the First Council of Nicaea, Saint Nicholas slapped a Unitarian Christian priest. What might this story teach us today?

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Medicine Wheel Class CANCELLED

The Medicine Wheel class that was scheduled to begin tonight is cancelled due to the weather.  We will plan to meet on the second Friday in January at 7 p.m. For more information, contact Ann at 269-350-1320 (call or text) or capri116@aol.com.

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Director of Religious Education Sabbatical: January – June 2017

Our Director of Religious Education, Diane Melvin, will be on sabbatical leave from January through June, 2017. While she is on sabbatical leave, her many roles will be filled by volunteers. Religious Education classes and activities will continue without any major changes. Why Take a Sabbatical? Sabbaticals are common  practice for professors and ministers and […]

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Caroling, Wednesday Dec. 21, 6 p.m.

Do you enjoy singing? Do you love spreading holiday cheer? Do you especially like doing so when someone is down? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then come join the People’s singers as we go Christmas Caroling to People’s shut-ins on Wednesday December 21st. We will meet at church at 6 […]

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Green Spot

Stewardship of Our Church Land Last year, a group of People’s people gathered to share visions for the use and care of our outdoor church home, the grounds surrounding our building. We discussed challenges such as lack of space for adding trees to the Memorial Garden, the children’s need for a large grassy area, […]

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MONEY MATTER$

On October 30, the congregation was told by Allan Hunt, Stewardship Chair and Assistant Treasurer, that there was a need for a short Supplemental Pledge Campaign.  The budget approved for the fiscal year that started on July 1st was $20,000 short of the projected funds needed for the church’s budget year.   Besides that $20,000, […]

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Getting to Know People’s People

By Ardyce Curl Edmund Tsang has been attending People’s since September 2001. He grew up attending Catholic churches and a Christian Brothers middle school and high school. “I think my parents might have become Catholic because they believed their children would have a greater chance to attend Catholic schools, which at the time were […]

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Social Justice Update

Loaves and Fishes Food Donations Nate Vanderberg and Rick Johnson dropped off 514 pounds of food collected by People’s Church members to Loaves and Fishes recently. The church’s Religious Education program supervised this collection to help alleviate hunger in Kalamazoo by making a gift to our local food bank. We are grateful for the […]

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Race Matters

By Cary Williams I greet you all as a new member of ARAOMC (Anti-Racism Anti-Oppression Multi-Cultural Committee). For those who don’t know me, I am Cary. I teach Kindergarten and First Grade Religious Education and I am also one of the RE greeters who says hello to you at the top of the stairs […]

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