Plymouth provides unique ways to explore and experience progressive Christianity, personal spirituality, the arts, and social justice, all within a supportive congregation. To know the care and concern of others during these uncertain days is a special blessing, and feeling rooted within a spiritual community can be life-affirming.
Our new member process begins with “Inquirer’s Classes,” during which some history of Plymouth will be shared along with relevant information on governance, programs and activities, and vision for the future. These classes will be held in person on Sundays, November 13 and 20, at 10 a.m. Participating in the series does not obligate you to church membership. Following the classes, those who are interested will be invited to participate in Membership Sunday on December 4.
Please contact Beth Hoffman Faeth with your interest in participating in the “Inquirer’s Classes” and ask any questions you might have. If you are not yet comfortable gathering in person or live too far away to attend the classes, we would welcome an opportunity to talk to you about virtual ways of participation. If you have already experienced the Inquirer’s Classes and are now ready to join, you do not have to attend the classes again, but we would need to know about your desire to become a member. If you would prefer to be removed from our list of potential new members, please let us know.
We look forward to hearing from you and creating a community with you!