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Public Comment - Enbridge Line 5

The 30-day public comment period on the study of the risks and potential alternatives to Enbridge's Line 5 began July 6 (draft reports are available on the Michigan Petroleum Pipeline website). 

Information is power - visit oilandwaterdontmix.org to learn more and to submit a public comment. 


UCC Justice and Peace Action Network

Want to know what the UCC is working on in areas of Justice and Peace? The Justice and Peace Action Network (JPANet) educates and engages its members in shaping public policy in keeping with God's vision of a just and loving society. Learn more and sign up here.


Black Lives Matter

Wednesday, August 2, 12:15 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Rosa Parks Circle, Downtown Grand Rapids

Join this on-going demonstration with members of Plymouth Church, All Souls, Fountain Street, and Westminster at the corner of Monroe and Monroe Center (by the Rosa Parks statue). The group gathers the first Wednesday of every month. Placards and signs are provided.
 


Learn more - Enbridge Line 5

Sunday, July 23, after worship

Did you know:

•The Great Lakes contain 20% of the Earth’s fresh surface water
• Forty million people receive their drinking water from the Great Lakes

Join us this Sunday when Stephanie Mabie, from Kent County Water Conservation will give a brief presentation about the issues surrounding the Enbridge Line 5 pipelines under the Straits of Mackinac. Her presentation includes discussion about the economic and environmental impact of these lines. There will be a time for Q&A. The 30-day public comment period on the year-long study of the risks and potential alternatives to Enbridge's Line 5 began July 6. Plymouth's Justice and Peace Task Force thinks it's imperative that - as people of faith - we let our senators, representatives, Governor Snyder, and Attorney General Schutte know where we stand on this issue. We encourage you to visit the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians website for a Native American perspective, and www.oilandwaterdontmix.org for more information and the public comment form.


Sunday Worship Service

July 23, 10:00 a.m.
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost

CENTERING THOUGHT:
If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. -Bishop Desmond Tutu

Sermon: Keep Me From Oppression - Rev. Dr. Bruce Roller

Scripture: Romans 8:1-11; Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23

Special Music: Be Thou My Vision -Traditional Irish, Arr. by Richard Rogers
Vocalist, Raven Pummill

Join us after worship for a presentation by Stephanie Mobie of Kent County Water Conservation. 

Click on this link for the "Worship section" of the website and use the dropdown menu to access the "Current Sunday Bulletin." 


Minority Business Spotlight

Located at the Downtown Market, the mission of Malamiah Juice Bar is to elevate community wellness through healthy products, local partnerships, and youth employment. Owned by Jermale and Anissa Eddie, the shop offers creative and healthy juices such as Rise & Shine (an immune system booster of orange, apple, carrot, and ginger) and Face Lift (pineapple, cucumber, and apple for skin care). Find their menu at www.malamiahjuicebar.com.


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