• April 29, 2018 | Sunday, 9 & 11 a.m.

    Rev. Traci Blackmon Preaches at Plymouth

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    Join us for worship on Sunday, April 29, when Plymouth welcomes nationally recognized preacher and activist, the Rev. Traci Blackmon, into our pulpit.

    Rev. Blackmon serves as Executive Minister of Justice and Local Church Ministries for the United Church of Christ and Senior Pastor of Christ The King United Church of Christ Florissant, MO.

    A featured voice with many regional, national, and international media outlets and a frequent contributor to print publications, Rev. Blackmon’s communal leadership and work in the aftermath of the killing of Michael Brown, Jr., in Ferguson, MO has gained her both national and international recognition and audiences from the White House to the Carter Center to the Vatican. She was appointed to the Ferguson Commission by Governor Jay Nixon and to the President’s Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships for the White House by President Barack H. Obama. Rev. Blackmon co-authored the White Privilege curriculum for the United Church of Christ and toured the nation with Rev. Dr. William Barber of Moral Mondays and Repairer of the Breech, Rev. Dr. James Forbes of The Drum Major Institute and pastor emeritus of The Riverside Church in New York, and Sister Simone Campbell of Nuns on the Bus proclaiming the need for a Moral Revival in this nation.

    Rev. Blackmon will preach on Sunday, April 29 at both services and speak at the Fellowship Forum (in the Greenwood Room) between services. All are welcome!

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