Governance

Our congregation is governed by our Church Council. It comprises two representatives from each of the nine boards at Plymouth, as well as one member from Plymouth Women, a member at large, and our Moderator and Moderator-elect, who act as the chair and chair-elect of the congregation. Ministers and other members of the program staff are non-voting members of Church Council. Each congregation in the United Church of Christ is self-governed, and we operate according to our by-laws. The work of our congregation is summarized each year in our annual report.

 

 

News

What Do I Really Believe…About Jesus?

This blog post feels different. Every time I sit down and try to write this post, I suddenly get very interested in scrolling through Twitter…or re-alphabetizing my files…or scheduling a dentist’s appointment. I don’t want to write this post. Why? Jesus is different. For a lot of the topics in our summer series on theology,... Read More

NEEDED: Hosts for a new Sacred Hospitality Program

Plymouth will pause the Nine-to–Dine program for the coming year (2017-2018) to facilitate a new series of dinners and meaningful conversations we will call Sacred Hospitality. Scheduling and sign-up details will come in September, but now is the time to recruit hosts. Do you find it easy to make conversation with others? Do you have... Read More

Should Plymouth be a Just Peace Church?

A Plymouth committee has been formed to study how the Just Peace pronouncement would affect Plymouth and to recommend (or not) to Plymouth’s Church Council that Plymouth be designated a Just Peace Church.... Read More

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