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

9:45 am |  First Service in the Chapel
A child-friendly, 30-minute service with creative storytelling and fun music encouraging the spiritual development of young people. Starting Sept. 9, at 9 o’clock, we will have an expanded First Service—still creative and jazz-focused, yet sharing the sermon and text with Second Service.

10:00 am | Education hour for people of all ages will have education offerings—some will be intergenerational—which we encourage everyone to attend, starting Sept. 9.

10:30 am | Second Service in the Sanctuary
Music at this service is extraordinary, drawn from the 14th century to today, with world premieres and excellent guest artists giving worshippers the opportunity to sing in unity and joy. Philip Brunelle, our organist-choirmaster, is renowned internationally for his musical and choral expertise. Starting Sept. 9, this service moves to 11 o’clock.

Beth A. Faeth preaches “Ligaments, Tendons, and Bones, Oh My!” Aug. 12.

Additional Information

  • Coffee hour with refreshments and fellowship follows both worship services in Guild Hall.
  • Large print bulletins, hearing devices and wheelchairs are available on Sunday mornings. Ask an usher.
  • Children of all ages are welcomed in any of our worship services. For parents with children younger than 3, childcare for newborns through toddlers is available Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to noon in room 209. (Starting Sept. 9, the staffed nursery hours are 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.) If parents would like to continue to hear worship, but feel their child is getting restless or hungry, the worship service is also audiocast in both Guild Hall and the Parsons room.

“No matter to what faith tradition you belong, you’re invited to join us at this table. As we gather we’re reminded that this is not our table, but the table of Christ who welcomes all.”

Those are the words our clergy begin with when we celebrate Communion. All people, including children of all ages, are welcome at Plymouth’s Communion table.

Latest Sermons

June 17
On Spiritual Community
June 24
Grace Period
July 1
Justice, Not Just Us
July 8
Goliath Almost Always Wins
July 15
Charity and Justice