Heart Condition

  Do you have a heart condition? Do you want one? This week, the Narrative Lectionary serves up the story of God calling David to be king of Israel. It is an important story because David looms so large in Scripture –one the Bible’s best developed characters and Israel’s most-revered monarch. But how did David... Read More

God is Still Speaking…But How Will We Hear?

  “God is still speaking.” That is what we like to say at Plymouth Church. But how do we hear? Are we really willing to respond? These questions drive the story of God calling Samuel, our text for this week. I Samuel 3:1-21 Now the boy Samuel was ministering to the Lord under Eli. The word of... Read More

Christmas Special Offering Grants

The Board of Benevolence seeks grant applications from non-profit organizations with projects that may include those that ease racism, relieve the burden of excessive incarceration, support immigration, and seek to help those affected by mental illness.... Read More

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... Read More

Daily Bread

Daily bread. Give us today what we need for today. Jesus taught us to pray in this way, but the idea is not original to him. In the Lord’s Prayer Jesus reaches way back –back into the history of God’s people, back to the wilderness of Sinai, back to manna, the original daily bread. God... Read More

Plymouth Has a Job Opening for an Education Assistant

Plymouth Church has an immediate opening for a part-time education assistant, approximately 25 hours of work per week. There is some flexibility as to “when” those hours are accomplished (e.g. 5 hours/daily, or 3 – 8 hour days/week). This position provides support to Plymouth’s Discipleship ministries by assisting in the planning, coordination, and facilitation of... Read More

Plymouth Women’s Career Closet Needs Shopping Bags and Sorters

Plymouth Women’s Career Closet wants to thank all of you for your fall donations! We are overflowing with lovely clothes for our clients. Now, we need two other things you can help with. The first: Big, handled shopping bags. Can you go through yours at home and send us what you don’t need? The second:... Read More

God’s Work; Our Hands

  “…here on earth God’s work must truly be our own.” -President John F. Kennedy January 20, 1961 How does heaven come to earth? It has a lot to do with us. This week we enter the second book of the Bible and take up the story of Moses. Exodus 2:23-25; 3:1-15; 4:10-17 23After a... Read More

Jacob’s Ladder

  We are…climbing…Jacob’s…ladder. If you frequently attend Plymouth’s Saturday Night service—and you should!—this week’s text may have you humming an old spiritual. This week we are all climbing Jacob’s ladder. Of all the Narrative Lectionary texts for this year, the story of Jacob may be the one that got me thinking about the idea of... Read More

Time to Sign-Up for Sacred Hospitality Meals

Jesus taught us that relationships are at their best when we gather around a table together. Sharing a meal reminds us what we have in common with one another even if we are (or appear to be) very different. This fall, you are invited to participate in a meal hosted by a Plymouth member. During... Read More

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Heart Condition

  Do you have a heart condition? Do you want one? This week, the Narrative Lectionary serves up the story of God calling David to be king of Israel. It is an important story because David looms so large in Scripture –one the Bible’s best developed characters and Israel’s most-revered monarch. But how did David... Read More

Christmas Special Offering Grants

The Board of Benevolence seeks grant applications from non-profit organizations with projects that may include those that ease racism, relieve the burden of excessive incarceration, support immigration, and seek to help those affected by mental illness.... Read More

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