NEW for the 2018-19 Program Year: Plymouth will produce a Planner

The September – August Planner will help you connect with Plymouth events, prepare for worship, and  attune yourself more fully to the rhythms of our program year and liturgical seasons.

We will print a limited number of these planners. You can reserve your copy by signing up on the website between now and July 16. Planners are $10. (You can also reserve a copy during fellowship gatherings in Waveland Hall on select Sundays during May and June.) The planners will be available to pick-up at the church starting in mid-August.

Details are being finalized, but the Planner will be a month-at-a-glance format that is 8 ½ by 11 inches and coil bound. The Planner will be custom-designed for Plymouth members and will contain information to deepen your connection to Plymouth Church and your faith. The 75-85-page Planner will include the months of September 2018 – August 2019. Other content will include:

  • Background about Plymouth’s theme for the program year
  • Scripture for worship each weekend
  • Key church event dates and times
  • Helpful information about Plymouth Church
  • Key contacts
  • Introductions to Plymouth programs
  • Material for your personal spiritual growth

*For those who use digital calendars or other planner systems, this Planner will also be designed as a tool to deepen your faith with inspiring ideas, reflection prompts, and suggestions for “30-Day Spiritual Practices.”

Click to Purchase a Planner


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