Week of Events
In-person and online at plymouth.org/worship
A Family Problem Requires a Family Solution Many family members can see the negative impact and consequences of addiction on their loved ones but find it difficult to see the depth of how they’ve been affected. This session will look at how families are affected by the disease of addiction, and how to overcome the […]
Leadership Sunday Sunday, September 24, 10 a.m. Leadership Boards, Committees, and Initiatives take over Jones Commons. Learn about upcoming projects, events, and goals for the year ahead, and find volunteer opportunities. See you there!
In-person or online at plymouth.org/worship The prelude begins at 10:45.
Two sessions: Tuesday afternoons, Sep 26–Oct 17, 2:00–3:30 p.m. Wednesday evenings, Oct 25–Nov 15, 6:30–8:00 p.m. Where has your spiritual journey taken you? This conversation group uses excerpts of spiritual memoirs as springboards for reflection on our own journeys. We will read sections of memoirs from Sara Miles, Eboo Patel, Lauren Winner, and others. While […]
Plymouth Drop In hosts monthly Bingo
3–5-year-olds explore early musical concepts and skills through games, movement, and silly songs! This group may perform in worship for the Family Christmas Eve service, but not regularly during the church year. Parents, please plan to accompany your child(ren) for this short class.
Cherub and Chorister Choirs are combined for the first part of the program year, until Christmas Eve. Younger singers will learn to be in an ensemble for the first time. We will work on how to sing in beautiful unison, how to work and learn as a team, and build our basic music skills as […]
Discover the Joy of Harmony with the Plymouth Chapel Singers In our vibrant ensemble, we're all about celebrating the beauty of voices coming together. Imagine learning the art of part-singing while exploring the soulful realms of jazz and contemporary music. What's awesome? No auditions, no worries. Whether you're a seasoned vocalist or a beginner, our […]
Youth Choir goes beyond singing and performs a wide range of musical pieces about once a month during worship. This ensemble values community and skill building along with finding your voice and celebrating it! To join, a music background is helpful, but not required – but love of singing is essential. Those who bring special […]
(Creative Quarterly + Spoken Word description) Throughout the year, Plymouth will offer four distinct creative experiences, each culminating in a sharing during worship. First, we explore the art of Spoken Word with Pierre Fulford, an artist who teaches us how to access our creativity to tell our stories, often through hip-hop rhythms and traditions.
Long-time writer friends Mona Susan Power and Elizabeth Fletcher discuss the part intuition plays in their writing practices with readings from Power's National Book Awards nominated novel, A Council of Dolls, which felt like a gift from her ancestors rather than a project she chose to write. A free event co-sponsored by Literary Witnesses and […]
The Plymouth clergy team is beginning a weekly scripture study. Participants will be invited to explore the Bible and other sacred texts, seeking together relevant lessons for contemporary living, and understanding the story’s meaning in a deeper way. Discussion topics will vary, but each week could include exploration of historical context, overarching themes and narratives […]
Plymouth Drop In writes and tells stories. Everyone who tells a story or reads something they have written will be in a drawing for a $10 gift card.
Fridays at 9 am | Online Meditation You can join the online meditation by phone and by zoom with or without video. Meditations usually include a short reading or movement, 20-30 minutes of silence, and a short opportunity to check in with one another. If you’re new to silent meditation, the facilitator will be happy to offer […]
Saturdays 9:30 - 10:45 a.m., starting March 25th. Plymouth Church Gallery Start your weekend with this soulful, welcoming yoga class, skillfully led by long-time Plymouth members Summer, Steve and Sharon Hills-Bonczyk. Each 75-minute class will include meditation, slow, flowing postures with attention to alignment and deep relaxation. Poses are guided with in-depth, non-intimidating cues to […]