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We resolve to love

We unite to serve

  • What We Believe

    What We Believe

    Plymouth Church is a vibrant, caring, active, thinking – and even questioning! – congregation in the heart of Des Moines, Iowa where all are welcome! During every worship service you’ll hear us say: “No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are always welcome here.” We say it over and over again because we live it...not just in worship, but through hundreds of rewarding and enriching activities that happen in and around Plymouth all week and all year.

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  • Come Worship

    Come Worship

    Worship at Plymouth Church nourishes your mind as well as your soul. Whether you opt for casual Saturday night worship or traditional Sunday services...or a combination of both!...you'll experience extravagant welcome, choirs and musicians that lift your spirit, and an overarching theme of Growing in Love of God and Neighbor.

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  • Directory

    We're creating a new photo directory

    In this historic year of pastoral transition and sanctuary renovation, we are getting ready to create a new Plymouth Church Photo Directory. We need YOU to help make it complete. Set up an appointment and have your or your family's photo taken and you will receive a FREE 8x10 print and a copy of the directory.

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  • New Day

    Sanctuary renovation & pastoral Transition

    It's a NEW DAY for Plymouth ChurchA sanctuary being renovated and open by fall. Senior Minister David Ruhe retiring in November after 20 years at Plymouth. And then we welcome Matt Mardis-LeCroy to the position of Senior Minister.

    God is up to something at Plymouth! Watch this space for continual updates! 

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News

How Plymouth is Standing Up for Immigrant Children

Dear Governor Branstad: That’s how the passionate letter began that the Plymouth Board of Christian Social Action composed and sent to Iowa’s Governor this past week. It addressed the thousands of children who have crossed our southern U.S. border fleeing poverty and violence in their home countries in Central America. Jason Dreckman, Chair of the...

Local Churches React to Issues of Immigrant Children

A contingent from Plymouth attended a local prayer vigil Monday night. Read more about what some local churches, including Plymouth, are doing to help the cause of the immigrant Central American children coming to the U.S. This excerpt is from an article in the NY Times. “In Des Moines on Monday night, the mayor, Frank...

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