Midweek Mingle

Wednesday nights are a bright midweek light, an opportunity to connect with your beloved Plymouth Community. Dinner is served from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

Registration Here


Creative Quarterly

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

Young people and adults are invited to participate in some or all of this year’s Creative Quarterlies:

Midwinter: Winter Revival (ages 0–adult)

For the next two months, Sandy Spieler, our truly remarkable Children, and Youth Specialist will be putting on her artist-in-residence hat to help us create a liturgy and performance around the importance of water in our lives. This performance, which will include masks, puppetry, music, and movement, is designed to be intergenerational and will be a richer, more meaningful experience for all involved if we have people of many generations involved.

There are two levels of commitment:

Every Wednesday (1/11, 1/18, 1/25, 2/1, 2/8, 2/15 and 2/22) from 7:15-8 p.m. in room 204 Sandy will be working with a core group of adults teens and children to create the performance that happens during the worship service on February 26. People who sign up for this are committing to attend these 7 sessions with Sandy, and will be creating masks of different animals that live by and interact with water, as well as a “liturgy” that will be used on Sunday, February 26.  Register here!

Please note, participating on Wednesdays means you are committing to being part of BOTH the 9 and 11 a.m. worship services on February 26. We will present at both services, participants will be at church from approximately 8:30-noon on that Sunday.

Sundays as you can (1/8, 1/15, 1/22, 1/29, 2/5, 2/12, 2/19) from 10-10:50 in rooms 205, 204 and 203 any and everyone of all ages is invited to come work on an art installation that will be put together as part of the worship service on the 26th. We will be making art for the worship service, including “box puppets” where each puppet is interacting with a river, and all of the boxes together will form a long river that will be incorporated into the worship service. Every young person ages 3 and up through high school who is present on Sundays from 10-10:50 will participate in this art making, and any and all adults can participate as well, as a Sundays at 10 option. Creating art alongside one another is a wonderful way to get more comfortable talking to people at church, and make some new friends and acquaintances.

  • Spring: Dance (grades 3–12), details TBA!

Plymouth Choir

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!

Wednesdays beginning 9/14/22

For adults of all ages

Guild Hall

7–9 p.m.

Director: Philip Brunelle

Email Philip Brunelle to sign up.

Young Voices

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.

Wednesdays beginning 9/14/22

For people ages 3–5 (younger siblings welcome!)

Room 205

5:30–5:55 p.m.

Director: Marie Scholtz

Cherub Choir

Cherub Choir is about learning 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 we begin to focus on reading music. This group sings approximately once every 8 weeks in worship.

Wednesdays beginning 9/14/22

For people in grades K–2

Room 205

6:00–6:30 p.m.

Director: Marie Scholtz

Chorister Choir

Choristers are led to sing with joy and precision while they learn about the composers and cultural context of the pieces they perform. The collaborative nature of the group means that student ideas are heard, and the product is a reflection of the choir’s ideas. Choristers strengthen their basic music skills as they begin to read music and sing in multiple parts. This group sings approximately once every 6 weeks in worship.

Wednesdays beginning 9/14/22

For people in grades 3–6

Room 205

6:35–7:15 p.m.

Director: Marie Scholtz

Chapel Singers

Singers learn how to use their voices as part of an ensemble and build skills in part-singing, often using jazz and contemporary music traditions. This group is non-auditioned and welcomes singers of all abilities and experiences. Chapel Singers sing regularly in worship throughout the church year. Come join us and try something new, meet some great people and participate in worship!

Wednesdays beginning 9/14/22

For adults of all ages


6:45–7:45 p.m.

instructor: Mary Laymon

Youth Choir

Youth Choir goes beyond singing and performs a wide range of musical pieces 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 music talents (composing, arranging or mixing) are welcome to join this group helping to make choral offerings at Plymouth come alive!

Wednesdays beginning 9/14/22

For people in grades 7–12

Room 203

6:00–6:45 p.m. 

Director: Siri Keller

Sr. High Youth Group

9th–12th graders will gather to talk about important issues, check in about life, and work on projects (like the Haunted House) and programs (like the Life Skills Fair). The Youth Room will be open between 6-8 p.m.

Wednesdays beginning 9/14/22

For people in grades 9–12

Basement Youth Room

6:30–7:30 p.m.

Start and end times are flexible for those participating in other Wednesday evening activities.