Join Tiyumba Drum and Dance troupe on Sunday, June 5 at 10 a.m. for a FREE performance and workshop! Open to and appropriate for all ages, we will be treated to the incredible sounds and sights of Tiyumba, as well as have the opportunity to learn some Ghanian dance ourselves! If you are interested, join […]
Budget Information Sessions The proposed 2023 budget will be presented to the congregation for approval at the Annual Meeting on June 12. The attached document includes information about the budget. In addition, we are offering two Zoom sessions—on Wednesday, June 8, at noon and Thursday, June 9, at 6 p.m.—for those who would like more […]
Interest camps for kids including art, outdoor activities, service projects and more.
Building the Beloved Community Public Safety Project Session #3 Tuesday, June 28 In-person and Online ATTENTION ALL PLYMOUTH MEMBERS: Please join us at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28, for our third police encounter dilemma and discussion. It is not necessary to have participated in the first or second discussion. All are welcome. We will hold […]
Why Care about Our History? We will hear from our archivists and the value of the work they do in July. Learn varied perspectives on the importance of preserving and learning from Plymouth’s history. Dorene Bruns, Hal Schneebeck, and Mary Welfling will summarize the resources available in the Archives, identify who uses these resources, and […]
Musical Spectacular Camp, created and produced by the Children and Youth of Plymouth, in partnership with Theater 45 Nina Jonson and Sydney Summers, co-directors, Matt Sciple, tech, Eli Brunelle, Music Direction When: Friday July 19th at 3 p.m. in the Conn Theater
Its the last week of summer, and the hardest time to find camps. Drop-In Days will offer families a chance to have their kids go somewhere and do fun activities with friends as a great end to summer. More info to follow.
The Choir sings every Sunday for the 11 a.m. worship service. The Choir has always been an important part of Plymouth’s music program, singing anthems from the Renaissance to 2022 – a wonderful experience for all choral enthusiasts!
Return, Rebuild, and Renew within our beloved community. September 11 will be the first time we fully gather in person for Rally Sunday since 2019. Through all the change that the last few years have brought one of the truths that continue to unify us is that our church is not a building; it is […]