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In 2007, Plymouth observed its Sesquicentennial. In April 1857, 18 people organized Plymouth Congregational Church. They built their first building a year later at Nicollet and Fourth Street. That building was destroyed by fire 16 months later, rebuilt and used until 1875 when a larger building was built at Nicollet and Eighth. In those early years, Plymouth started Sunday Schools at various locations in the city. Most of these eventually became churches or community centers. The present building at Nicollet and 19th (pictured) was dedicated in 1909. Many additions (starting with the chapel in 1948) and changes have been made since 1948 to the present day, with a new education wing and other improvements completed in 2007.

Plymouth is a member of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches (NACCC) and the Minnesota Conference of the United Church of Christ (Schedule II status).


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