• December 20, 2018 | 12:15 P.M.

    December Lunch and Learn

    Waveland Hall

    The Plymouth Women invite you to join us for a merry, musical event on Thursday, Dec. 20. The December Lunch and Learn starts with a wonderful meal in Waveland Hall at 12:15 p.m. Next, we’ll head to the sanctuary for a special program led by Plymouth’s own Carl Gravender and Christopher Goodson.

    We will be seated in the chancel choir loft, where Carl will entertain us on the organ with special songs of the season. We will join in the merriment as Chris leads us in singing our favorite Christmas carols. There may be a few surprises along the way!

    Cost for the meal is $10 and reservations are a must. Register by noon on the Dec. 18 via the form below or in person on Sunday, Dec. 16 in Waveland Hall. As always, men are welcome to join us!



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