• September 20, 2018 | 12:15 P.M.

    September Lunch & Learn

    Waveland Hall

    Mark your calendar and plan to join us on Thursday, September 20, at 12:15 p.m. in Waveland Hall for a delicious buffet, featuring salads and desserts provided by the Plymouth Women’s Board. Come for lunch and stay for a meaningful conversation about what it means to belong and connect in a community of faith. Plymouth’s Connection Coordinator, Karen Jeske, will speak to us about the new connections work happening at Plymouth and will invite us to share our thoughts with her.

    While there is no charge for this month’s Lunch & Learn, reservations are a must! Please reserve your spot by registering below or calling the church office. Reservations are due by noon on Tuesday, Sept. 18.

    All are welcome to attend, including men. Why not invite a friend? Hope to see you on Sept. 20!


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