Howard Conn Gallery Exhibition - April 2,2022 - June 30th, 2022 Reception Earth Sunday April 24, 2022 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. 10-10:45 Exhibition Discussion led by Seth Patterson, Minister of Spiritual Formation and The Arts, in the Conn Gallery. 12:15 p.m. Artist Introductions. Saving Mother Earth: Treasured and Endangered We are privileged […]
We are going to read poetry again one day after Poetry Month (April) has ended! Come share a favorite poem with other Plymouth members. We read aloud to each other and create an atmosphere of close companionship through a common love of language. Plymouth Reads Poetry Sunday, May 1, Noon-1 p.m., hybrid format: Meet in […]
Beyoncé Mass is a womanist worship service that uses the music and personal life of Beyoncé as a tool to foster an empowering conversation about Black women—their lives, their bodies, and their voices.
May 15 session: 12:15 p.m. in the Chapel and Zoom. May 17 session: Zoom only at 7 p.m. May 19 session: Zoom only at 10 a.m.
Join other members at the Round Table conversations. We are eager to hear your thoughts and dreams about how we can make our church, property and land more hospitable to our neighbors and guests and to create a stronger sense of community. One hour discussions will be held on Sundays, May 15 & 29 […]
This year is the 300th anniversary of Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, and four marvelous pianists will perform on Plymouth’s Steinway piano: Claudia Chen, Mark Mazullo, Heather MacLaughlin, and Tadeusz Majewski.
Join authors Juliet Patterson (Sinkhole) and Chris Stedman (Unread Podcast) on Saturday, November. 19, at 6 p.m. as they commemorate International Suicide Awareness Day with a reading and conversation. All grieve the loss of loved ones and search for meaning in different ways. Both authors turned to investigative practices as they moved through the shock […]
La Grande Bande strives to present innovative, unique and inspiring musical programs right in the heart of southern-Minnesota farm country. With performances called “warm and sensitive” by the Star Tribune, we seek to reintroduce classical music to our communities using the instruments and techniques premiere audiences might have heard. Classical & Romantic Quartets: Nothing is […]
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 […]
This concert, with Sara Thomsen and Paula Pedersen, is an introspective wandering through the season of winter. Standing outside on a cold, dark night, looking up at the glistening stars, staring down at the sparkling snow... Heading inside in search of warmth and light, food and good cheer. It’s a time of nostalgia and reflection. […]
A special worship experience during Advent is “The Longest Night: A Solstice Service of Remembrance” on Tuesday, December 20, at 7 p.m. We gather to honor the darkness in our world and our spirits, especially as we grieve loved ones during the holiday season. Through candlelight, music, prayer, and reflection, we offer a safe space […]
Featuring historian Rebecca Erbelding in conversation with Steve Hunegs around The U.S. and the Holocaust a film by Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and Sarah Botstein. Sponsored by TPT, JCRC, and Plymouth Congregational Church Guests are encouraged to watch the full 3 episodes of “The US and the Holocaust” before attending the conversation. “The US and […]
You are invited to an information session about a 2-week group tour/ pilgrimage to Israel and Palestine that Plymouth Church is planning to offer this Oct./Nov. Joan Deming will serve as the tour coordinator, together with the Rev. Dr. DeWayne Davis. An additional information session will take place on Sunday, February 12. The tour will include visits to key […]
Free Monthly Concerts at Plymouth Philip Brunelle and Sonja Thompson
Book Study: Tuesdays at 10:30 am & Wednesdays at 6:30 pm Led by Peter Eichten The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together, by Heather McGhee. In the 1950s and 1960s, white officials in communities across the country opted to drain their public swimming pools rather than integrate them. […]