Fruitful Change

Fruitful Change Campaign for TiM Sustainability

Plymouth’s Transition into Ministry (TiM) program has been one of our most fruitful endeavors. Since 2006, this program has changed Plymouth Church for the better.

Thanks to our TiM Program, we have borne much fruit – here at Plymouth and far beyond our walls. Now the time has come for the people of Plymouth to commit to sustaining this vital program through the Fruitful Change campaign.

Click the hyperlinks to download PDF copies of the Fruitful Change campaign brochure and FAQs.

 

Former Plymouth TiM Associate Minister Stephanie Haskins reflects on her time at Plymouth and the importance of the TiM Program.

 

Former Plymouth TiM Associate Minister Anthony Livolsi reflects on his time at Plymouth and the importance of the TiM Program.

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