Week of Events
Explore your community and your faith through our robust alignment of topics and discussions. October 3 Immigration Law from an Attorney's Perspective How can the law be utliized to help undocumented people obtain immigration status? What are the limitations and problems with existing immigration laws? We will also discuss what is needed for immigration […]
@ 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon Engage your mind and heart in worship Worship at Plymouth honors a tradition of prophetic preaching, extraordinary music, and thoughtful prayer that touches and transforms our lives in meaningful ways. We find inspiration in seeing the face of God in our gathered congregation. Worship Schedule Please visit the […]
Richard Rothstein's book The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America explores the ways in which federal, state, and local government policies led to urban segregation in the U.S. It also looks at the need for dramatic change to remediate the effects of these policies. We will discuss Rothstein's book […]
All are invited to this free meal, to-go, for the community!
Come visit our Farmer’s Market from 2:00pm-6:30pm on the corner of Franklin and Nicollet. You will find fresh produce, honey, hot sauce, and more! Try a taste of new foods at the food trucks, while taking a glance at local artists. We will be adhering to all Minneapolis COVID-19 guidelines for farmer’s markets.
Monthly Zoom Meeting
Youth Choir Youth learn and perform choral pieces ranging from folk hymns and spirituals to contemporary pieces in a variety of languages. To join, a music background is helpful, but not required; love of singing is essential. Those who bring special music talents - arranging, composing, or mixing - are welcome in this group to make […]
Book study of Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye. Readers will explore the deadly interaction of racial self-contempt and the desirability and privileging of whiteness to discern potential new insights into the nature of God and justice for our own time. September 23 & 30; October 7 & 14 5:30 PM via Zoom In […]
Chartering a Course for Minneapolis: What You Need to Know about the Charter Amendments on the November Ballot
Some say this is the most important election for Minneapolis in decades. If so, it’s in large part because of the three amendments that are on the ballot for the November 2nd election. Early voting already began on September 17, but voters are still weighing the pros and cons of the three amendments: Ballot Question […]