The BLM Mealtrain Kzoo/BC group is putting this can and bottle collection on pause through the winter. The pause will be beginning on October 8th, so please do not bring your cans and bottles to the church after that date! They are hoping to be bringing this … read more.
Breaking news… we will be reviewing “Fences” in October, with Amy Mayer leading the discussion. Beginning in October, the zoom meetings will be on the 3rd Wednesdays of the month, 3-4:30. Films are chosen by the group month-to-month; watch for announcements in the weekly email, or … read more.
2nd Thursday of the month, 6-7:30 pm, Home of Lois Loeffer, 6536 Winddrift
“Our Missing Hearts” by Celeste Ng will be the topic of our October 12 meeting..
The entire schedule for this church year is at: https://peopleschurch.net/news/evening-book-club-2023-34/ Questions? Feel free to contact Pat Nelson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 269-716-3623
We have changed our meeting date to the third Monday of the month. We next gather on October 16th when Martha Beverly will lead the discussion of “The Gown” by Jennifer Robson. We meet at the Clubhouse at Friendship Village. Contact Marj Lightner at email@example.com for more information.
The Study Group will be meeting on Monday November 6 at 7:30, via Zoom, to discuss: Chooing Freedom: A Kantian Guide to Life” by Karen Stohr. Stohr is a professor of philosophy at Georgetown. The Study Group meets monthly to discuss a wide variety of books dealing with issues in philosophy, … read more.
1st class Sunday Oct. 8 12:30-2:30 light lunch provided
Classes offered First Sundays through May from 12:30-2:30
Check out our first Coming of Age class for both Adults and youth. This is a fabulous opportunity for participants to question, ponder, discern, discuss and articulate their personal values and beliefs. As … read more.
Book Study and Conversation: The Inner Work of Age: Shifting from Role to Soul by Connie Zweig
Third Tuesdays, 1:30-3:00pm, beginning October 17, on Zoom
Zoom link: https://uuma.zoom.us/j/5527667326
Join others in the church to talk about aging and living well. We will use The Inner Work of … read more.
Begins Sunday October 29, 12:30-1:30pm, with sessions held every other week until March (with an end-of-year break). In Room 19.
Visitors, newcomers, members, and anyone who wants more information about People’s Church are invited to participate in the Inquirers Series.
A light lunch will be provided and … read more.
Wednesday October 11, 6-8pm
Phoenix Community Church UCC, 2208 Winchell Ave, Kalamazoo
Come one, come all to a social on National Coming Out Day. There will be food, conversation, and coming out stories. This event is sponsored by the Faith Alliance of OutFront Kalamazoo and Rev, Rachel … read more.
RE Fall Launch
We are excited to welcome children and youth into our religious education program to begin another fun and adventure filled year together.
Our aspiration is to provide an open hearted, loving environment for our children and youth to feel safe enough to bring their … read more.
I’m Ian Webster, a scout with Troop 205 in Kalamazoo, and I’m working on my Eagle project. The project is to renew our labyrinth and make future upkeep easier. I am seeking volunteers and donations. The funds go directly to People’s and any remainder will go to … read more.
The Green Sanctuary Committee of People’s Church is once again sponsoring the Fall Clean-Up of 10th Street from West Main to H Street on Sunday, October 29 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. A light lunch will also be provided for volunteers.
So come and help pick … read more.
To make this rain garden a reality, we need people to help maintain the garden for the first year or so. The maintenance would involve watering and weeding as needed, between about the end of March and the first frost. The garden will be approximately … read more.
This organization was suggested to our congregation by our People’s Church youth Tea Wadsworth-Curcuru.
Care Collective of Southwest Michigan provides free diapers and period supplies to young people in our community. These products are essential for health and well-being, but half of children in Kalamazoo live … read more.
On Saturday, September 9th, 20 People’s people showed up to represent People’s Church and support the good work of ISAAC at the annual Walk/Run/Roll event. It was a gorgeous day at Spring Valley Park, where we joined with many others in building the Beloved Community. … read more.
Saturday, November 18th from 9:00 to 3:00 will be our 21st Annual People’s Church Fine Art Sale & Holiday Bazaar, our largest church fundraiser. Our building will be transformed into a beautiful holiday shopping experience. We expect several hundred people to come through our doors … read more.
At their meeting on September 5, the Board of People’s Church adopted a new Preparedness Policy as part of ongoing efforts to make People’s Church a safer place for our members, visitors, and children. The Board has also identified Preparedness as a major emphasis for … read more.
Last spring, church members passed a budget that included a $40,000 special campaign in the fall. It’s now the fall and we will be asking People’s people to be generous, once again. The short campaign kicks off on October 22. Please be generous and support … read more.
For 6th-9th grade youth
Enjoy playing games, Gaga ball, a challenge course, archery, wagon ride, nature hike, wilderness survival skills, campfire & s’mores!
October 20-22, 2023