In Congregationalism, we commit ourselves to making God’s mission known in community. Ours is a progressive Christian community, recognizing many paths to God and opening ourselves to the great variety of God’s people.
Our covenant is based on the Salem Covenant of 1629: We covenant with you, O God, and one with another, and do bind ourselves in your presence to walk together in all your ways, according as you are pleased to reveal yourself to us in your blessed word of truth.
We, the people of Plymouth Congregational Church, humbly seek and serve God within, among and beyond ourselves. A full description of the Purposes of the Church can be found here.
The congregation is the basis of our governance. Clergy members work closely with lay leaders elected to positions in Deacons, Leadership Council and leaders of the six boards: Community Life, Finance and Administration, Fine Arts, Outreach, Spiritual Formation and Worship. (Scroll to the bottom of this webpage for lists of board members.)
Read the charter for the new Growth Task Force (posted April 3, 2018).
Nominate someone (including yourself) for leadership at Plymouth.
Background and update on our governance was presented on Feb. 25, 2018; please see the slide presentation here.
Thank you for taking part in the Congregation Assessment Tool survey. To see the report, please click here.
Click here for the Transition Planning Task Force Charter, approved Oct. 25, 2017, and revised Nov. 8, 2017, by the Leadership Council.
Late in fall 2017, the Deacons asked congregation members to respond to three questions about the church’s priorities going forward. The responses are summarized in this Summary, which also includes a summary of the Listening Sessions.