The Deacons have legal and fiduciary responsibility for the Church and, with the Ministerial Team, establish strategic and spiritual direction for the Congregation. They meet monthly. Do you have an idea or a concern to share with them? The Deacons can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Responsibilities include music, the Gallery Committee, Literary Witnesses program, the Conn Theater, worship flowers and the permanent art collection.
The Board of Community Life embraces responsibility for many all-church events, welcomes new members and supports the BeFrienders ministry.
The Board of Outreach supports and oversees a great many ministries and programs of Plymouth Church
Educational and spiritual opportunities for people of all ages and oversight of the Elaine Marsh Library are among the responsibilities for the Board of Spiritual Formation.
For those who have studied nonviolent communication and other modalities for a long time, who are seeking deeper applied practice with a smaller group of skilled participants. This group is application-based and limited to 10 participants for a 15-week commitment to applied skills work. Please register here. Jan. 15–April 29, Wednesdays, 1:00–3:00 p.m. (some exceptions); […]
This board oversees the creation of the church budget and the work of the Stewardship Committee and the Building & Grounds Committee.
The Board of Worship works closely with Beth Hoffman Faeth, Minister for Congregational Care and Worship.
All are invited to this free meal, to-go, for the community!
Responsible for the operations of the church, Leadership Council includes the Chair, Chair-Elect, Secretary, members of the clergy and chairs of all the boards.
Warm your hearts, heads and bodies by listening to and trying out meditation methods with six different practitioners from outside and within Plymouth. Join us in the Fireside Room on all or any of these Tuesday evenings: Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, and March 3. We’ve so far scheduled presenters for four nights, […]
On March 1, Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking the Domination Code (2014, 60 min., documentary) is hosted by Plymouth’s American Indian and Racial Justice Initiatives. Dakota filmmaker Sheldon Wolfchild reveals the doctrine created by Christians in 1493 allowing Columbus and other colonizers to appropriate Original People’s nations by claiming Christianity has a Biblical right to dominate […]
Weaving awareness of the sacred into our children’s lives is an important role of parents, grandparents and mentors. This workshop and follow-up classes is an opportunity to gain: A deeper understanding of the psychological need of young people to have a spiritual guidance Clarity in our most important values, stories and wisdom received from our […]
Lise Yasui's documentary Family Gathering and Julie Otsuka's novel When the Emperor Was Divine examine Japanese internment, family separation and their aftermath. We will discuss these artworks alongside current journalism on immigration and families. Articles on family separation, incarceration, deported parents and government policy are all possibilities. What positions did the church and citizens take […]