Archive for September, 2018

Who Is God? Who Are We?

  We People of the Promise. And when the promise comes to pass—when God delivers God’s people—that is a moment you do not soon forget. Hence our reading for this week: the story of God’s deliverance of Israel at the Red Sea. Exodus 14:1-14, 19-29, 31  Then the Lord said to Moses: 2‘Tell the Israelites to turn back... Read More

People of the Promise: Bad Theology Edition

  We are People of the Promise. But the promise of God is a peculiar thing. It can lead you to some unexpected places. In Joseph’s case, the promise seemed to put him in prison. But God wasn’t finished with Joseph yet. Genesis 39:1-23 Now Joseph was taken down to Egypt, and Potiphar, an officer... Read More

Job Opportunity

Plymouth is seeking the perfect applicant to fill its Transition into Ministry (TiM) program coordinator position. To read the full job description, click here. Applications are due by Sept. 25, 2018.... Read More

The Journey Is Our Home (Genesis 12:1-9)

  We are People of the Promise. God makes promises to us and that shakes things up. It sets things in motion. When God comes making a promise, you know your life will never be the same. Just ask Sarai and Abram. Genesis 12:1-9 Now the Lord said to Abram, “Go from your country and your kindred... Read More

People of the Promise

Happy September and welcome back to the blog! Join me here each week for reflections on the Narrative Lectionary text. Together we will get ready to get more out of worship. First, let me say a little about the fall. We are People of the Promise, and that will be our focus for the next... Read More

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A Course on Friendship

Today we unveil the syllabus for A Course on Friendship, an adult education class that Matt Mardis-LeCroy will be offering on Wednesdays over the lunch hour.  Plan on joining him -and plan on bringing a friend!... Read More

Programming for Children & Youth Registration & Handbook

Rev. Dr. Stephen G. Ray, President of Chicago Theological Seminary, observed from Plymouth’s pulpit last winter that he could tell our church was alive because we are rich with the most precious resource a church could have: children and youth. Engaging our young people with age-appropriate ways to learn, serve, and grow is the goal... Read More

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