Sunday Forum


Our Lost Civic Argument (rescheduled from this fall) with Michael Hartoonian

On-Line Worship


  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 […]

Confirmation – Cancelled


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 […]

Open Door: Conversation with Clergy


Join Plymouth’s clergy team of DeWayne, Beth and Seth for a lightly facilitated conversation.   This is a chance to join in fellowship with one another, get to know your clergy team and ask questions about your many Plymouth curiosities.

Chapel Singers


Adult singers learn how to use their voices as part of an ensemble and build skills in part-singing, often using jazz and gospel music traditions. For the remainder of the 2020-2021 church year, choirs meet weekly online to maintain our special community and prepare for musical projects to share periodically in online worship.

Youth Choir


Youth 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. For the remainder of the 2020-2021 church year, choirs meet weekly online to maintain our special community and prepare for musical projects […]

Seeing White Podcast Discussion


#7 Chenjerai’s Challenge. “How attached are you to the idea of being white?” Chenjerai Kumanyika puts that question to Biewen, as they revisit an unfinished conversation from a previous episode.

George Floyd Memorial Vigil: Bearing Witness and Holding Space

Plymouth Congregational Church 1900 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis

An event to hold energy and sacred space for George Floyd Square and those gathered there on this important one-year anniversary of his murder. We want to engage as much of the Plymouth congregation as possible in this work of witnessing. Our intention is to invite our congregation and neighbors to participate.

SE – Intersection: Racial Injustice & Immigration


Intersection: Racial Injustice and Immigration We will use a structured approach to study issues of racial injustice and immigration, particularly the intersections. Participants will prepare for each discussion session by reading a book or article, watching a documentary, or listening to a podcast. Sessions will provide opportunities for sharing, learning, and reflection. These sessions are […]