Youth Spiritual Formation

Encourage and develop spiritual growth among youth through safe and intimate small-group gatherings.

Youth Bible Study

Do you ever have questions about this whole God thing? How about the Bible? Do you ever wish you had a safe space to ask questions, talk about life, and figure out what God has to do with all of it? Join us on Wednesdays from 4:45-5:45 p.m. in the Greenwood Room for a year-long Faith Foundations series, where we’ll learn about the bible, spiritual practices, getting involved in our community, and more. Led by Plymouth pastoral and program staff.

10:10 Time! for High School Youth

Sunday programming based on a specific theme, topic, or series.

  • Immediately following 9 a.m. worship
  • In the Youth Room
  • Led by trained adults and staff

Wednesday Night Dinners

Dinners are provided by parents every Wednesday night at 6 p.m. in the Youth Room. All High School youth are invited to have a meal prior to their Wednesday eventing activities. Parent volunteers provide meals: please sign up on the Youth Room door.

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Breaking Out of the Bubble: Reflections for Pie Weekend

  It is Pie Weekend at Plymouth Church -a time to consider God’s invitation to share what we have! (What, you may ask, is Pie Weekend? It’s pretty simple: everybody brings a pie. To church. And we eat the pies. Together. This year it will serve to kick off our 2020 Stewardship campaign. You really... Read More

Is There Life After Betrayal in Friendship? (A Dad Rock Meditation).

  Here is the thing about friends: sometimes they betray us. No one knows this better than Jesus. Mark 3:13-18 13 He went up the mountain and called to him those whom he wanted, and they came to him. 14And he appointed twelve, whom he also named apostles, to be with him, and to be sent out to... Read More

Befriending the Dead: Reflections on All Saints’ Weekend

  Halloween is upon us! And while I struggle with my own deep denial about the Beggar’s Night forecast (brrr!), I am also turning my attention to the weekend that will follow.   The practice of celebrating All Saints Day is an ancient one.   According to my trusty (and rarely consulted) Oxford Dictionary of the... Read More

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