Plymouth’s Green Space

Plastic! It’s everywhere. Can’t live without it, or so it seems, unhealthy for the environment and ultimately unhealthy for most living beings. One estimate believes the equivalent of one garbage truck full of plastic, every minute, every day, all year long is being dumped into our oceans. Of course, plastic bags, single-use products, water bottles but even the microbeads found in some toothpastes find their way into the mouths of sea turtles, seabirds and whales. The end for them is not good. The hope is to make the use of plastics so undesirable and so unpopular that eventually the future is free of plastic pollution. Start with a canvas shopping bag and a glass water bottle and recycle.

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Good Question; Bad Sitcom (Acts 16:16-34)

  It’s one of my favorite questions -and one of the 80’s more mediocre sitcoms: Who’s The Boss? That is also what this reading from Acts is all about: Who is in charge and why does it matter? Acts 16:16-34 16One day, as we were going to the place of prayer, we met a slave... Read More

Plymouth Welcomes Nikira Hernandez-Evans to TiM Program

The Transition into Ministry Committee is pleased to announce and welcome Nikira Hernandez-Evans as the newest Associate in the TiM program. Nikira will join us at the beginning of June and this will be her first time living in the Midwest. She grew up in California but did attend undergraduate school at Mount Holyoke College... Read More

Memory Cafe

Memory Cafe happens 10-11 a.m. the first Friday of the month (April 6 this month) in Plymouth Grounds Coffee Shop. If you or someone you love is living with memory loss, come join us for a coffee or tea and a social hour in the coffee shop. It’s not a support group, exactly, but we... Read More

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