Book Study: When They Call You A Terrorist

Plymouth Congregational Church

Patrisse Kahn-Cullors and asha bandele's memoir When They Call You a Terrorist is a coming-of-age story that reveals the depth of racial targeting and its impact on Black families and neighborhoods during Kahn-Cullors' time growing up in Los Angeles. The book also explores the ways in which these experiences led Kahn-Cullors to co-found Black Lives […]

Sunday Forum

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Explore your community and your faith through our robust alignment of topics and discussions.   October 24 Urban Investors offers an experiential learning program for bankers that help them learn about the challenges facing urban areas, how private-sector financial resources support business growth, and how to increase household incomes while helping to diversify financial institutions.  […]

Contemplative Conversation

Plymouth Congregational Church

The Plymouth Contemplatives engage in a conversation about the intersection between action and contemplation.

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#12 My White Friends. For years, Myra Greene had explored Blackness through her photography, often in self-portraits. She wondered, what would it mean to take pictures of whiteness? For her friends, what was it like to be photographed because you’re white?   Zoom discussion on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021

Open Door: A Conversation With Clergy – SPECIAL IN PERSON EDITION!

Plymouth Congregational Church

Open Door: A Conversation With Clergy – SPECIAL IN PERSON EDITION! Are you looking for a place of respite, an opportunity to share your cares and concerns with others in a circle of mutual support? The pandemic has burdened us in numerous ways and the clergy of Plymouth are aware that many folks are struggling […]

Open Door: A Conversation With Clergy – SPECIAL IN PERSON EDITION!

Plymouth Congregational Church

Open Door: A Conversation With Clergy – SPECIAL IN PERSON EDITION! Are you looking for a place of respite, an opportunity to share your cares and concerns with others in a circle of mutual support? The pandemic has burdened us in numerous ways and the clergy of Plymouth are aware that many folks are struggling […]

Sunday Forum

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Explore your community and your faith through our robust alignment of topics and discussions.   October 31 Plymouth Giving Campaign Jean Thomson & Ryan French presenting    

Open Door: A Conversation With Clergy – SPECIAL IN PERSON EDITION!

Plymouth Congregational Church

Open Door: A Conversation With Clergy – SPECIAL IN PERSON EDITION! Are you looking for a place of respite, an opportunity to share your cares and concerns with others in a circle of mutual support? The pandemic has burdened us in numerous ways and the clergy of Plymouth are aware that many folks are struggling […]

Sunday Forum

Online

Explore your community and your faith through our robust alignment of topics and discussions.   November 7 The Idea of America: Our Lost Civic Argument Can people govern themselves? Our confidence in “The People” and in their ability to develop and administer civic justice with some degree of wisdom suggests a belief in an elusive […]

Sunday Forum

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Explore your community and your faith through our robust alignment of topics and discussions.   November 14 The Crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, 2 Spirit and Children We will talk about some reasons why we believe this is happening, faults in the system causing lack of reporting, ways we are trying to bring […]

Becoming a Spiritual Presence For the Next Generation

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“Spirituality “ refers to those experiences, practices ,and ideas that bring a feeling of deep connection to nature and the universe, to other people, to our authentic inner being, and to the Mystery that surrounds us. This felt connection brings a sense of purpose and meaning to our lives. Research shows that spiritual development is […]

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#13 White Affirmative Action. When it comes to U.S. government programs and support earmarked for the benefit of particular racial groups, history is clear. White folks have received most of the goodies.   Zoom discussion on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021

Sunday Forum

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Explore your community and your faith through our robust alignment of topics and discussions.   November 21 Art & Spirituality How can Art foster our spirituality? One of the many ways is to connect us more closely with nature through the vision of a particular artist. Art historian, Julie L'Enfant, discusses this power in the […]