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Sunday Service, August 7, – “Returning to Society” – Rick Johnson

This year, as we emerge from two years of pandemic, our broad theme for summer services is “Reclaiming, Reweaving, Redefining, Recovering, Rebuilding.” People’s People will speak on this theme in a variety of ways. Each service will include a ten-minute reflection from a speaker followed by group discussion. This summer, our services will be multi-platform, […]

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Sunday Service, July 31, – “Recovering from Alcoholism” – David Isaacson

This year, as we emerge from two years of pandemic, our broad theme for summer services is “Reclaiming, Reweaving, Redefining, Recovering, Rebuilding.” People’s People will speak on this theme in a variety of ways. Each service will include a ten-minute reflection from a speaker followed by group discussion. This summer, our services will be multi-platform, […]

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August Newsletter is here!

Hot off the presses, the monthly newsletter for August is now available! Check it out HERE! You can always access both the current and previous newsletters HERE. If you would prefer to receive a paper copy mailed to your home, please send an email to office@peopleschurch.net or call 269-375-3262 to […]

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People’s is Hiring: Custodian

Following the news that Denise Valette is leaving after 16 years loyal service for full-time work doing what she loves best, caring for infants, People’s Church is looking to hire a new part-time custodian! You can review the Custodian Job Posting here! To apply for this position please send a resume and three references […]

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Celebrating Denise

Please join us to celebrate Denise Valette on August 7, following the service, at the main entrance to the church After 16 years of loyal service as our church custodian, Denise Valette has resigned. She has found full-time work doing what she loves best, caring for infants. We will have cupcakes, lemonade, and a box […]

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Racial Equity Scorecard For Kalamazoo County Commission

Judicial Candidates Racial Equity Scorecard For Kalamazoo County Commission June 2022 About Group The Equity Collective created this document and our goal is to bring more transparency and awareness about candidates on the ballot for the upcoming elections in Kalamazoo County. The Equity Collective has a focus on racial equity and we aim to educate […]

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New Study Announcement

Study Title: “Religious-Secular Liminality: Faith, Doubt, and Transition in Worldview Construction.” Principle Investigator: Jesse M. Smith, PhD Time/Place: Choice of virtual or in-person interview at a time and location convenient to the study participant. Study details: I am conducting a study of religious and secular beliefs and the transitions individuals make between the two. The […]

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Year End Special Collections Update

People’s People are generous. Over the last year, we have been able to raise a total almost $10,000 in our monthly Special Collections to help out so many different wonderful organizations! Thank you to everyone’s generosity!! September 2021: Lincoln School Kalamazoo Public Schools opened with in-person learning for those students who opted for that format. […]

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Congregational Conversation #2: Exploring the ‘Generations’ within People’s Church

Congregational Conversation #2: Exploring the ‘Generations’ within People’s Church In-person: Sunday, July 10, 12:30pm, gather in The Commons There will be a lunch following the service. Sandwich fixings will be provided. Please bring a side dish or dessert to share if you are able. Childcare will be provided. On Zoom: Monday, July 11, 7pm, gather […]

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Green Spot: Michigan’s Healthy Climate Plan

The State of Michigan Healthy Climate plan is very ambitious. By using a multi-pronged approach it plans to reduce carbon emissions 28% by 2025, and 52% by 2030 from a baseline of 2005. And it plans on Michigan being carbon neutral by 2050. By being multi-pronged, various departments and organizations can be specializing and concentrating […]

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