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On Sundays, from 9:00 a.m. to noon, infants are cared for by staff and volunteers in Room 209.

Children and families are encouraged to attend the 9:50 a.m. First Service in the Chapel, which is designed especially for young families. Care for children of all ages is offered during both the 9:50 a.m. First Service and the 10:30 a.m. Sanctuary Service.

Parents who wish to remain with their children are also welcome to bring them to the Parsons Room where they can listen to the 10:30 worship service while caring for their young children.

Church School
At 10:30, classes are offered for children, three years of age through 5th grade. Once each month, children participate in Sanctuary Sunday, beginning the morning in worship before going to Church School classes.

For the latest news, read The Spark weekly newsletter.

Plymouth’s Church School and Choir School programs are accessible to all children. Parents of children who have an IEP or 504 Plan should contact Jo Holcomb for information about the program.

Junior High
For 6th through 8th grade students, class discussions focus on world events, trends, exploring spirituality and religion, teen issues and identity. The program also includes service activities, retreats, lock-ins, fundraising and canoeing. Sundays at 10:30 a.m., in Room 207. Contact Paula Northwood.

Senior High (formerly Pilgrim Fellowship)
For 10th through 12th grade students, class features fellowship and student-initiated discussions on a variety of topics. The program also includes service activities, retreats, fundraising, outings and a service project. Sundays at 10:30 a.m., in the Youth Room. Contact Jo Holcomb.

For 9th grade and older students preparing to be confirmed in their faith. Class features exploration of the main themes of the Christian faith. Activities include service projects, retreats and special events. Sundays, beginning at 11:45 a.m., in Room 205, Sept.-May. Paula Northwood.
Confirmation registration form [PDF].

Also see Choir School & Youth Choir.

At a glance..

014 Confirmands
From left, they are: Ema Smith, Minister for Education Paula Northwood, Emily Turek, Emily Novak, Maddie Haas, Emma Powell, Andrea Thurnheer, Giselle Durand, Michael Etzwiler, Olivia Chutich and Ryan Etzwiler. (Mark Christman photo)

Online Church School Registration (infant through grade 8)

Waiver and Release of Liability and Medical Form
for Retreats, Trips & Outings [PDF]

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