Request As we continue our racial justice work, you are invited to express your life-giving suggestions for the future of our embroideries. Lenten Conversations are one-time gatherings that last about 90 minutes. They are scheduled for Sundays at 12:15 p.m., Wednesday at 7 p.m., and Thursdays and Saturdays at 10 a.m. Many of these conversations have filled, so please be flexible when you contact the front desk at Plymouth for openings: call 612/871-7400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Request email delivery of the 2019 Lenten Meditations by sending an email with “Lenten” in the subject line to Doug in the office, or download the booklet here or pick up a printed booklet at church.
Sundays, 10:00—10:45 a.m., January–May
Sundays at 10 include Spiritual Formation opportunities: Meditation, Theology of the Purposes of the Church, Sunday Forum presentations on a variety of topics, Nonviolent Communication for Parents and Grandparents. Click here for a booklet with details about the winter-spring 2019 offerings.
Sunday Forum, Jan. 13: Embroideries in Context (first of four), with Annette Atkins, Plymouth member and historian (College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University), and historian Jon Butler (Yale University). Listen now.
Sunday Forum, Jan. 20: Art for Contemplation and Activism, presented by artist Edwin Beylerian. Listen now.
Sunday Forum, Jan. 27: Embroideries in Context (second of four) with Annette Atkins and Lotus Stack, former curator of textiles at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Listen now.
Sunday Forum, Feb. 10: Curtiss DeYoung, CEO of Minnesota Council of Churches, on The Bible, Racism and Faith in the 21st Century. Listen now. View the PowerPoint slides.
Sunday Forum, Feb. 17: Panel on Minneapolis Food Shelves, a discussion with directors of four food shelves. Listen now.
Sunday Forum, Feb. 24: Embroideries in Context (third of four) with Annette Atkins and Lyndel King, director of the Weisman Art Museum at the University of Minnesota. Listen now.
Sunday Forum, March 17: Embroideries in Context (fourth of four) with Annette Atkins, Louise Matson, Plymouth member and Director of the Division of Indian Work, and Jim Bear Jacobs, Minnesota Council of Churches Program Director for Racial Justice. Listen now.
Sunday Forum, March 24: Music of the African Diaspora, with Dr. Yolanda Williams. Listen now.
Our topics this winter-spring season are distinguished by openness and a commitment to deepening spiritual experiences. Details are available in this booklet; to register, please go to the event’s calendar listing for a link.
Jan. 7-May 6 (plus five Thursdays). No class Jan. 21.
Labyrinth Walk and Chartres Pilgrimage Introduction, Jan. 12
Seeing with the Eyes of the Heart, Feb. 3 (registration deadline Jan. 20)
The Intersection of Joy and Grief: Honoring Each, March 3
Relationship as Spiritual Practice: Foundation of Nonviolent Communication, March 8-9
Book Study: Almost Everything by Anne Lamott, March 28, April 4 & April 11
Flower Arranging as a Spiritual Practice, April 6
Contemplative Practice Retreat, May 3-4
Spiritual Reflection Circles offer an opportunity to connect with others for sacred conversations: Register here.
MeditationSundays at 10 am | ChapelIn silence we come to know and live from the Divine Mystery within us. Join this ancient spiritual practice which includes three parts: opening meditation, walking meditation, closing meditation.
Contemplative Prayer, Tuesdays at 9 am, Chapel. Join with Plymouth clergy and friends for a half-hour of silent prayer.
Conversations from the HeartWednesdays at 10 amWe learn to tolerate ambiguity and complexity and to remain kind and gentle with ourselves and others, while simultaneously being deeply and relentlessly truthful. We can then approach ourselves and others with compassion and understanding.
Spiritual YogaWednesdays at 6:45 pmEach class is designed to enhance body and breath awareness, energy and flexibility while at the same time supporting the development of a perfect balance between body and mind. This invigorating class is open to all levels and is set in a safe and supportive environment.
9 am First Service
10 am Education Hour
11 am Second Service
Coffee Hour After Each Service
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