Plymouth upholds a long tradition of putting its faith into action through service. We emphasize building relationships with our neighbors with compassion and service. People-to-people and hands-on projects help address issues in our communities. As we collaborate with our neighbors in need and fellow members, we are transformed spiritually. There are many opportunities to serve throughout the community.

Offering skills in church leadership—as a Deacon, Leadership Council officer or board member—is another way to serve. Nominate yourself or others to a leadership position with this nomination form.

  • 100 Hands

    Everyone is welcome to join 100 Hands, Watch for volunteer events and come to serve our needy and hungry neighbors—and, sometimes, even their pets! Video by Plymouth member Chris Bohnhoff of Repast Studios. Watch the video here.


  • Families Moving Forward

    Volunteers in a variety of roles are needed to provide hospitality for families who are currently homeless when Plymouth next hosts May 12–19, 2019. The program connects families experiencing homelessness with congregations who provide housing for a week, while the organization works to help families find permanent housing. Interested in volunteering or have questions? Please contact Hannah Campbell Gustafson, hannahcg (at)

  • Lydia Apartments Connections

    Help plan and carry out activities for residents of Lydia Apartments, which provides supportive housing. Contact: Renée Macomber, renee.let.1961 (at), 952/933-2146.

  • Radical Hospitality

  • Whittier School Volunteers

    Help kids improve reading and math or share an artistic talent with students at the arts-integrated elementary school in the Whittier neighborhood. The group is especially focusing on a reading tutoring program to help close the achievement gap. Contact: Bryce Hamilton, bryceham (at), 612/920-6268, or Bill Davini, bdavini (at), 612/718-4293.