Diane Melvin (Big)Enormous Gratitude for all our Religious Education Teachers and volunteers!!
We have a large and active RE program with the involvement of around 100 children and youth. It is only because of the generosity of time and energy of so many people that our program is such a great success!

RE Teachers and Leaders for 2015-16
Nursery – Emerald and Cassidy Haan and Sage Renstrom-Richards
Preschool – Denise Valette, Cindy Pietras, Heidi Johnson and Jenna Losey
Kindergarten/1st Grade – Cary Betz-Williams, Therese Malmberg, Chris Measzros, Sheri Notten
2nd/3rd Grade – Dawn Chamberlain, Jennifer Lyle, Vicki Konzen, Su Cutler
4th Grade – Mary Kate Webster, Chris Semelbauer, Ally Pye, Rich Wojtas
5th Grade – Nicky Gates, Vincent Desroches, Megan Reynolds, Sheila Reuther
6th Grade – Ben Jones, Michelle Scott, Jenny Henley, Thimgan Hayden
7th-8th Grade OWL – Tim Sparling, Don Miller, Heather Howse-Kurtz, Missy Howse-Kurtz, Pam Wadsworth
9th-12th Grade – Mackenzie Hatfield, Gwen Abney-Cunningham, Stephanie Measzros, Andrew DeGraw, Becky (Eddy) Woodaman
9th-12th Grade OWL – Mackenzie Hatfield, Mark Gernsback, Zoe Valette
Young Adult OWL – Mark Gernsback, Mackenzie Hatfield, Sasha Acker, Rachel Lonberg
Substitute RE Teachers – Neena Marion, Ann Shepich, Jana Watson
Youth Group Leaders – Karen Friedel and Kimberly Ginn

Huge Thanks to the RE Committee Members:
Stephanie Measzros, Heidi Johnson, Emily Cutler, Heather Barsy, Marti Peters-Sparling, Beth Gregory-Wallis, Cary Betz-Williams, Gwen Abney-Cunningham, Jana Watson and RE Assistant Nicky Gates

It is only because of these many capable and committed volunteers that we are able to continue our mission of ministering to our children and youth and helping them explore Unitarian Universalism and foster meaningful connections in our church community.

Your Time and Energy are Much Appreciated!!

Blessed Be, Diane Melvin, Religious Education Director


All Church Social Justice Work Project at Tillers International, May 14

All Ages are invited to join us in a work day at Tillers. We are planning to paint a barn so all abilities are welcome. Join us in working together, deepening relationships and helping this amazing organization!
Tillers International’s mission is to preserve, study, and exchange low-capital technologies that increase the sustainability and productivity of people in rural communities. They hope to foster international learning communities by understanding local conditions, inspiring experimentation, and promoting sustainability. They work closely with partners in Uganda and Mozambique.
Locally, Tillers offers classes in farming with draft animals, as well as traditional farm homesteading and artisanal skills, such as blacksmithing, woodworking, coopering, beekeeping, cheesemaking, timber framing, canning and preserving food, and much more.  Check them out at: http://tillersinternational.org/
Please sign up in the foyer or reply to the Facebook event on the People’s Church Facebook page if you can participate in this fun and meaningful day working together! Plan to bring a sack lunch for a midday picnic (and a paint brush if you have one).

Questions? Contact Heidi Johnson.


Westnedge Hill Garage Sale – May 7
Our youth will be selling items at River Artz-Iffland’s house during the Westnedge Hill Garage Sale. If you have items you would be willing to donate, please bring them to to the lower level coat area at church by May 6th. Be sure and clearly label items for this sale. Thank you!

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