Worship Audio & Video Podcasts

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Click the logo to listen to Plymouth Church’s podcast of its most recent sermon, anthem and scripture reading. Click on the “subscribe” button in iTunes and you’ll be sure to get the most recent sermon available. You will also find a library of past sermons here.

If the iTunes feed is not up to date (it can take up to a week for iTunes to load podcasts), you may also access Plymouth’s podcasts by clicking on this link.

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Beginning in mid-September 2016, Plymouth Church is pleased to offer video podcasts of its Sunday worship service, in its entirety! From the Prelude to the Postlude, you can see it all. Plus, generally, we’ll alternate between the 9 a.m. service one week and the 11 a.m. service the next week, just so you get an even dose of the Matins Choir and Chancel Choir. You’ll find the most recent video podcast on our website homepage, or you can check it out on Plymouth Church’s YouTube channel.

Enjoy!

(Thanksgiving for the Life of Joy Cole Corning 5-25-17 Plymouth Church)

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