• July 14, 2019 | July 14-21

    Summer Musical

    Plymouth Church

    From July 14-21, youth entering 8th-12th grades are invited to participate in an intensive week of musical fun ending with performances of The Lord Will Provide during both worship services on July 21.

    The Lord Will Provide is an original musical composed by David Ruhe. Participants will kick things off on Sunday evening, July 14. Following day-long practices from July 15-19 and a dress rehearsal on July 20, the participants will then lead worship on July 21. Snacks will be provided during rehearsals, but students should plan to bring a lunch each day.

    Download registration form.


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