Breakfast and Board Games!

February 11

9:30-11:30 a.m. in Jones Commons and the Education Wing.


People of all ages are invited to come eat some yummy breakfast treats, play some favorite classic board games, or learn some new ones. A great chance to get out of the house in the winter and meet new Plymouth folks! The young and the young at heart are encouraged to attend! For more info or to RSVP, email

Midwinter: Winter Revival (ages 0–adult)

For the next two months, Sandy Spieler, our truly remarkable Children, and Youth Specialist will help us create a liturgy and performance around the importance of water in our lives. This performance, which will include masks, puppetry, music, and movement, is designed to be intergenerational.
There are two options to participate:


January 11, 18, 25,
February 1, 8, 15, 22
7:15-8 p.m.
Room 204
Sandy will be working with a core group of adults, teens, and children to create the performance that happens during the worship service on February 26.
People who sign up for this are committing to attend these 7 sessions with Sandy and will be creating masks of different animals that live by and interact with water, as well as a “liturgy” that will be used on Sunday, February 26.  Register here!
Please note: participating on Wednesdays means you are committing to being part of BOTH the 9 and 11 a.m. worship services on February 26. We will present at both services; participants will be at church from approximately 8:30-noon on that Sunday.

Sundays, as you are able to

January 8, 15, 22, 29
February 5, 12, 19
10-10:50 a.m.
Rooms 205, 204, and 203
All ages are invited to come work on an art installation that will be put together as part of the worship service on February 26.
We will be making art for the worship service, including “box puppets,” where each puppet interacts with a river. All the boxes together will form a long river that will be incorporated into the worship service. Every young person ages three and up through high school who is present on Sundays from 10-10:50 will participate in this art-making, and any and all adults are invited to participate as well. Creating art alongside one another is a wonderful way to make new friends and acquaintances.


Wreath Sales

This Sunday, December 4, our senior high class will be selling wreaths and swags in Jones Commons from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Please plan to help support our Youth Program by purchasing holiday greenery from us. If you’ve already bought a wreath, you can purchase one that will be donated to those who utilize Groveland Food Shelf or attendees at the Drop-in Center. Wreaths and garlands can be paid for with check, cash, or credit card.

Ways you can get involved with the kids and teens of Plymouth:

  • Donate candy, prizes or empty plastic eggs (we reuse them!) for the Easter Egg hunt! I am also looking for $5 Gift Cards to any of the following places–Target, Sebastian Joes, Dairy Queen, Caribou, Wild Rumpus, Red Balloon, Chipotle, 5 Below. Candy, eggs and gift cards can be left outside my office (room 201, top of the stairs, education wing).
  • Read a story to be uploaded to our Nighttime with Nina (and friends!) youtube channel.
  • Be a classroom friend, substitute classroom teacher, or volunteer with any of our summer programming.
  • Share your skills for our Life Skills Fair May 21st!


Here are some updated requests from our teens:

  • Bike Care
  • Basic Automotive Info
  • Taxes for Teens
  • Apartment Living on a Budget
  • Basic Home Repair (including what to do if you set off smoke alarm or CO detector while cooking!)
  • College Tuition–Where to Find Scholarships
  • The benefits of trade school
  • Finding the right college for what you want to do!
  • Credit Card info
  • Being a savvy online shopper (is this website real or a phishing scam, is this an ethical brand or company, what is a good price for shipping, etc.)

If you can help teach any of these–email Nina!

Advent In a Box

It’s hard to believe, but advent is around the corner, 18 days away to be exact! On Sunday, November 28th, we kick off the holiday season, and just like last year, we are doing Advent in a Box!
If you are interested in signing your household up for the entire kit (or new this year, just the ornaments that you can make at home and bring to Plymouth on December 18th to decorate our community Christmas tree!) sign up here!

Sign-ups are only available through November 22!

Watch the Big Game under the Big Tent!

October 17, 2021
Come together for an intergenerational gathering to watch the Vikings take on the Carolina Panthers. Kick-off is at noon under the Big Top! Bring your chair, wear your fan gear (and bring a mask!), pick up lunch from one of our local restaurants and let’s watch some football! The Committee for Children, Youth, and Families will provide some snacks and hot cider, and there will some activities on hand for kids who get tired of watching the game. We can’t wait to see you there!

Everything kids, teens and parents need to know!


Welcome back, Plymouth family!

It has been 2 years since we have had a Rally Sunday in-person gathering, and we can’t wait to see you! Here are the details for Sunday!

*In-person outdoor worship at 9 and 11am!

*Bouncy slide, DJ, treats and activities for all after 9am service. Coffee, treats and fellowship after 11am service.

*Opportunities to take a walking tour through the building to see the Community Art installation hung in Guild Hall.

*Reconnect with old friends and opportunities to introduce new folx to Plymouth–feel free to invite friends to come worship with you!

*100 Hands donation drive–tampons, pads, and Depends requested!


COVID protocols–by Rally Sunday, all of our school-age children will have returned to school, exposing all of them to large amounts of children and staff. In order for us all to keep safe and mitigate the spread of COVID, it is vital that masks be worn during worship and singing, as well as on the bouncy slide. We will have some masks on hand. No mask=no slide, regardless of age or vaccination status. It takes our entire community working together to keep each another safe.


What you need to know for Wednesday, Sept 15th!

No dinner will be served–please eat before, get dinner in the neighborhood, or purchase at the food truck/farmers market in our parking lot

Most programming will occur outdoors through October, weather permitting. Nina and Dylan will be on hand to help families find rehearsal spaces.

Parents/guardians are invited to bring a camp chair and socialize or work outside (wifi available) during rehearsals–indoor space will NOT be available.

Masks must be worn at all times, whether in or outdoors


Evening schedule

5:30-5:55 PM Young Voices – (age 2-5)

6:00-7:00 PM Chapel Singers (adults)

6:00 PM to 6:30 PM Cherub Choir – (K-2)

6:00-6:30 PM Early Ringers (3rd – 6th Grade)

6:00-6:45 PM Youth Choir (Grades 7 – 12)

6:35-7:15 PM Chorister Choir – (3rd-6th grade)

6:50-7:30 PM Intermediate Bells (7th Grade and up)

7:20-8:00 PM Fire (aka Sr. High Youth Group) (grades 9-12)


Other programming including Fun with Dylan, Art Studio with Nina, and 100 Hands are on temporary hiatus until it is safe for us to go inside the building again. This means that parents/guardians are responsible for their children when they are not in programming

For all questions related to Children + Youth Arts programming, please contact Marie Scholtz.



What you need to know for Sunday September 19th!

10am: Outdoor church school for

Sparks (ages 3-2nd grade) led by Hannah Faeth

Lights (grades 3-5) led by Dylan Church, assisted by Orison Piper

Flames (grades 6-8) led by Heidi and Mike McCallister, Carrie Sauter, and Tim Brunelle

Confirmation (grade 9) led by Seth Patterson

*Sunday Fire (grades 9-12, led by Nina Jonson) will meet from 11-11:40 beginning Sunday September 26th.

All programming will be held outside through October, weather permitting

Parents/guardians will be encouraged to bring a chair to socialize, attend Sunday forum (wifi available), or volunteer with Sunday programming during the 10am hour.


*Please note that Senior High (aka Fire) will meet twice per week. 9th-12th graders are encouraged to come Sunday, Wednesday or both, whatever works best for their schedules.