Thanksgiving Day 2021

After much thought and extensive study by a committee comprised of Plymouth congregation members and staff, the Plymouth Church Council agreed that the time has come for the  traditional Thanksgiving Day service to be replaced by a service of Gratitude on the weekend prior to Thanksgiving.

This gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy Thanksgiving Day with family.

The timing of this transition also reinforces our commitment to anti-racism work, and recognizes our relationship with the Native Americans in our Pilgrim story and the need to lament the harm that’s been done to them. Plymouth Church sits on Iowa, Ochethi Sakowin, Sauk, and Meskwaki land. While the traditional service on Thanksgiving Day has a special place in our history, as our understanding continues to evolve, it is incumbent upon us to evolve in the spirit of love, community and support.

Join Us In Person or Online!

Below are Plymouth’s regular weekly worship or fellowship opportunities.
Click here to access the weekend bulletins.

Worship at 5:30 p.m. every Saturday in Waveland Hall at Plymouth.

Worship at 9 & 11 a.m. every Sunday in the Sanctuary. Live streamed on FacebookYouTube.

Forum at 10 a.m. every Sunday in Waveland 1-2
or virtually on Zoom.

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