News at Plymouth


Deeping Our Roots: Plymouth Land History Presentation

The plots of land upon which Plymouth has resided during its procession down Nicollet Avenue were sacred ground long before our forebears laid the first cornerstone at 4th and Nicollet […]

Job Posting – Children and Youth Specialist

JOB POSTING Position Title – Children and Youth Specialist Plymouth Congregational Church in Minneapolis   The position is Open Immediately. 5/06/2022   Position Summary   The Children and Youth Specialist […]

Leadership Council Discussion Regarding the Summer Embroidery

Plymouth’s Leadership Council and Clergy invite Plymouth members into a conversation about the intention, images, and impact of the summer embroidery. We will be together for 90 minutes beginning with a […]

Choosing Hope

Published January 21, 2022 “I believe with a steadfast faith that there can be never be a situation that is utterly, totally hopeless . . . To choose hope is […]

King: A Disciple and a Servant

Published January 14, 2022 “Let us continue to hope, work, and pray that in the future we will live to see a warless world, a better distribution of wealth, and […]

Then What?

Published January 7, 2022 “Life . . . is a struggle . . . an experience in both gain and loss, joy and sorrow. No life consists of nothing but […]

Habitat for Humanity

Join other Plymouth members and friends as a Habitat for Humanity volunteer for one or more days during the week of May 24-27. We will be working on a home at 3921 24th Ave S, Minneapolis.
Or contact Jim Christenson at

Family Friendly Gathering to Honor the Life of George Floyd 

5:15 p.m., Wednesday, May 25 

Plymouth Congregational Church, Franklin, and Nicollet 

The Racial Justice Initiative of Plymouth Congregational Church invites you to join us to honor George Floyd’s life and legacy, and then travel to attend the Rise & Remember events at George Floyd Square on Wednesday, May 25.

The schedule of events for May 25 is as follows:

5:15 p.m.

  • Gather quietly under the tent at Plymouth for 9 minutes of silence to honor George Floyd

5:30 – 7 p.m. 

  • Food and refreshments provided
  • Poster making
  • Action station – letters to elected representative 
  • Table to self-organize for ridesharing to George Floyd

7 – 7:30 p.m. 

  • Travel to George Floyd Square for “Angelversary” candlelight vigil
    • Join the Caretakers at George Floyd Square for a memorable candlelight vigil to commemorate the two-year angelversary of George Floyd’s death. The event will be held from 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. and begin at the Say Their Names Memorial (E 37th Street and Columbus Avenue S). You may bring your own candle. Additional candles will be provided.

For more information about the entire weekend of events at George Floyd Square, as well as opportunities to donate and volunteer, visit

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