• June 19, 2019 | 5:30 P.M.


    Front Lawn

    Juneteenth is celebrated as the anniversary of freedom for African Americans who had been enslaved in the United States. Please join in the observance of Juneteenth at Plymouth on the front lawn, June 19th at 5:30 p.m. The Black Lives Matter banner will be displayed as a sign of our commitment to the work of civil rights and ending racism. There will be a brief service of prayer and reflection. Mark your calendar to attend as we continue the spiritual practice of anti- racism by creating a community for all to live with dignity and free from fear.


Rooted in Creation: What the Angels Can Show Us

  EDITORIAL NOTE: This weekend, we will wrap up our Rooted in Creation Series and hear Mary Kate Buchanan’s very first sermon at Plymouth Church! In the meantime, here is text of my sermon from the Saturday July 13 and Sunday July 14.    Revelation 22:1-5 Then the angel showed me the river of the... Read More

Summer Program Guide 2019 is here!

Don’t miss a single piece of programming at Plymouth Church this summer! Our Summer Program Guide 2019 includes everything happening for every age. Pick up a copy in the church’s literature racks, or download a PDF copy by clicking here.... Read More

The Preaching of Paul and a Punk Rock Song: Acts 13 and 14

  This week’s Scripture reading reminds me of a punk rock song. No, seriously. Belfast’s own Stiff Little Fingers has a song called “Nobody’s Hero.” It’s a (loud, angry) reminder that human beings have a habit of trusting too much in mere mortals. But the thing is: you don’t need a punk rock song to... Read More

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