Sunday Forum

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Explore your community and your faith through our robust alignment of topics and discussions.

On-Line Worship

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  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 front page of our website to […]

Illuminating the Way

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sponsored by Plymouth Contemplatives This ongoing group will explore practices and insights for living a fully embodied Gospel as offered by both classic and contemporary teachers of the progressive and contemplative Christian traditions. We may also connect with perspectives from other wisdom traditions as a way of deepening our own journeys. While primarily as a […]

Confirmation

Plymouth Congregational Church 1900 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis

Confirmation (grade 8) Plymouth Congregational Church offers a one-year Confirmation program with students entering the eighth grade. A student entering this program is not signing on to be confirmed, but rather is signing on to the process. The decision of whether to join the church and participate in the Rite of Confirmation is made at […]

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#10 Citizen Thind. The story of Bhagat Singh Thind, and also of Takao Ozawa—Asian immigrants who, in the 1920s, sought to convince the U.S. Supreme Court that they were white in order to gain American citizenship. Thind’s “bargain with white supremacy,” and the deeply revealing results.   Zoom discussion on Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2021

Implications of Richard Rothstein’s book “The Color of Law”

Jones Commons 1919 LaSalle Ave, Minneapolis

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 […]

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#11 Danger. For hundreds of years, the white-dominated American culture has raised the specter of the dangerous, violent Black man. Host John Biewen tells the story of a confrontation with an African American teenager. Then he and recurring guest Chenjerai Kumanyika discuss that longstanding image—and its neglected flipside: white-on-Black violence.   Zoom discussion on Tuesday, […]

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#12 My White Friends. For years, Myra Greene had explored Blackness through her photography, often in self-portraits. She wondered, what would it mean to take pictures of whiteness? For her friends, what was it like to be photographed because you’re white?   Zoom discussion on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021

Jon Foley on Project Drawdown

Plymouth Congregational Church 1900 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis

Jon Foley of Project Drawdown to present on “Achieving Drawdown — A Hopeful, Science-Based Approach to Stop Climate Change”

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#13 White Affirmative Action. When it comes to U.S. government programs and support earmarked for the benefit of particular racial groups, history is clear. White folks have received most of the goodies.   Zoom discussion on Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#14 Transformation. Seeing White. The concluding episode in our series, Seeing White, is an exploration of solutions and responses to America’s deep history of white supremacy.   Zoom discussion on Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2021

RJI – Seeing White Podcast Discussion

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#9 A Racial Cleansing in America. In 1919, a white mob forced the entire Black population of Corbin, Kentucky, to leave, at gunpoint. It was one of many racial expulsions in the United States. What happened, and how such racial cleansings became “America’s family secret.” Zoom discussion on Tuesday, July 27, 2021