all church devotional

Join in as we read God's Word together, October 20 - November 30. We'll listen for what God has to say to us about relationships:  with Him, with other believers, and with the world around us.


3 WAYS TO JOIN IN


1.  PRINTED DEVOTIONAL BOOKLET - Each booklet will have devotions for one week.

Available at the Exchange, Guest Services in the Lobby or the church office.


2.  DAILY EMAIL  - CLICK HERE to receive a daily email with content.


3.  DAILY TEXT - CLICK HERE to sign up to receive a daily text reminder with a link to content.

making christmas merry

CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR LOCAL FAMILIES IN NEED

Each year here at Peoples we partner with Pinckney schools to help families have a Merry Christmas.

Parents fill out a “wish list” for their children and individuals or groups can purchase those gifts.

Wish lists are available at the Exchange now.


REGIFT STORE—WEDNESDAY DEC. 18, 9 am -1 pm

Bring in your NEVER or GENTLY used toys, games, crafts, etc. by Dec. 15th and we’ll make them available to participating families. Some popular items:


Craft Kits

Science Kits

Toddler Activity Sets

Games

Building Blocks

Legos

Children’s Bedding


Teen items:

Duffle Bags

Art Supplies

Hair, Body & Nail supplies

Stocking Hats

Fuzzy Throw Blankets

THANKSGIVING MEALS NOVEMBER FiA Event:

You have an opportunity to bless a family-in-need this Thanksgiving.

Help us provide 40 local families with a Thanksgiving meal.


Ways to help:

  • Donate funds for a family ($25 per family suggested)
  • Purchase a meal for a family - LIST HERE
  • Deliver Thanksgiving Meals - Nov 23, 10 am - 12 noon
    Meet at the church to pack meals and deliver to your assigned family right here in the Pinckney/Hamburg area

CLICK HERE to SIGN UP


Peoples Church is a Christian community that is helping people discover

and thrive in the hope of Jesus Christ – come and join us!

SEPTEMBER 17 - 6:30 PM

Hope & Help for Mental Health

We are excited to announce Miss Washtenaw 2018, Hannah Palmer as our guest speaker highlighting Mental Health Care and Suicide Prevention. While in high school, Hannah fought her own battle with depression and anxiety and has not let this define her or stand in the way of reaching for her goals. Hannah hopes sharing her story along with her experience with Mental Health First Aid will help to change the stereotyping of mental illness, encourage struggling youth and help those living and working with youth better help individuals experiencing a mental health crisis. Hannah is a lifelong Brighton resident and is attending Eastern Michigan University majoring in Elementary Education.



Check out THE LANDING for ages 13-18: Students today, more than ever, face addiction, divorce, peer pressure, depression, cutting, eating disorders, abortion, and abuse. THE LANDING helps students learn how to break cycles of dysfunction and provide tools for them to live free and healthy lives.


Every Tuesday 7:00 pm @ Peoples Church