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.Learn More About Us
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.
Casual Service with the Saturday Night Band
5:30 p.m., Waveland Hall
9 & 11 a.m., Sanctuary
Please join us! ALL are welcome!Learn More About Us
Read a letter from Plymouth's pastors about the call to anti-racism at Plymouth Church: https://www.plymouthchurch.com/walk-faithfulness-christian-love-pastoral-letter-call-anti-racism-plymouth-church/
Plymouth’s Transition into Ministry (TiM) program has been one of our most fruitful endeavors. Since 2006, this program has changed Plymouth Church for the better.
Thanks to our TiM Program, we have borne much fruit – here at Plymouth and far beyond our walls. Now the time has come for the people of Plymouth to commit to sustaining this vital program through the Fruitful Change campaign.
Want to donate online? It's easy. Click on GIVE in the red drop-down menu at the top of this page. Check the box designating your gift is for the Fruitful Change campaign. Then please also place FRUITFUL CHANGE in the Notes area so that your donation is credited to the appropriate account!
To download PDF copies of the Fruitful Change campaign brochure and FAQs, or to listen to video messages from former Plymouth TiM Associate Ministers Stephanie Haskins and Anthony Livolsi, click the link below.
Now, prior to each weekend’s sermon, you can follow commentary on the upcoming scripture with Sr. Minister Matt Mardis-LeCroy’s weekly blog. Still want more? Check out the Working Preacher website, which provides lay-friendly analysis of next week’s scripture.
The Plymouth Women Scholarships are awarded once a year to two or more college students who are preparing for a career in service such as seminary, social work, education, medicine, etc. Applicants must be a junior, senior or graduate student in a college or university. Plymouth members are given preference, but any qualified person may... Read MoreMarch 4th, 2019
Meaning Matters in the Second Stage of Life If you have reached the age of 50, you know that something happens. And that something is more than just receiving an invitation to join AARP. Something happens inside and you begin asking big and deep questions, like “What does it all mean, anyway?” Lent is a... Read MoreMarch 4th, 2019
Plymouth Church: It is time to talk about Lent. Lent is a season of 40 days (excluding Sundays) to prepare for Easter. It is traditionally a time for fasting, repentance and self-examination. The 40 day period begins with Ash Wednesday on March 6. (Sidebar: Join us for Ash Wednesday worship at Plymouth! There is... Read MoreRead More News