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Enjoy an afternoon of Lugnuts baseball with your family and Peoples Church friends. We’ve reserved space in the Tailgate Terrace for the 5:05 p.m. game on Aug. 24 - it’s Kids Day! Children will have the opportunity to play catch on the field before the game and run the bases after. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for children and include a buffet dinner. Reserve your spot at the church office through the week or on Sundays at the Welcome Center. Make checks out to The Peoples Church with “Lugnuts” in the memo.



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Pastor Andrew
Pastor Andrew Pomerville

Everyone matters. Whoever you are, wherever you are from, and wherever you may or may not be going, you mean something. Your ideas, faith, doubts, fears, and inclinations are important and God places great value on you. You matter. Read More

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Pastor Drew
Pastor Drew Filkins

It is my honor and privilege to serve as Associate Pastor at The Peoples Church. I am excited about leading our Christian Education efforts - from littlest ones to the most senior. During my time as a pastor, I have found it rewarding to help others learn about and apply the Bible to their own lives. My hope and dream is that we can continue to nurture an environment where faith, spirituality and the Bible can be discussed with openness and honestly.

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Betsy Aho

Betsy Aho, Youth Director and Seminarian, has been working with the 6th through 12th grade students of The Peoples Church for over a decade. She has a heart for teens and for helping young people explore their faith through questions, games, discussion, Bible study and mission work. Betsy feels blessed to have a position she loves at the church that she loves, and is learning from the students all the time. She lives in East Lansing with her husband and two children.

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