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

Green Space: A Wonderful Bird is the Pelican

“A Wonderful Bird is the Pelican. His bill will hold more than his bellican.” It’s fall and the White Pelicans with their wonderful beaks have returned to Jester Park. Keeping in mind they are birds and move around a lot, you should still be able to find them in the morning and early evening from... Read More

Quilting Ministry Seeks Supplies

The Plymouth Church Quilting Ministry was once almost extinct. Now it has been revived with seven members who quilt every Monday morning at the church. The Quilting Ministry once again is accepting donations of fabric, particularly pieces of fleece which can be made into warm clothing for children at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. For more... Read More

The Binding of Isaac

  This one is…uh…this one… This one is hard. In the second week of our program year, the Narrative Lectionary serves up one of the most challenging and, frankly, disturbing of all the stories in the Bible. We call it the Akedah-the Binding of Isaac. Here is how the story goes: Genesis 21:1-3; 22:1-14 21The Lord dealt... Read More

Seen God Lately?

The blog is back! For that matter, so is everything else: choirs, church school confirmation, new programs for adults. On the weekend after Labor Day, Plymouth Church comes roaring back to life. It is one of my very favorite Sundays of the year. And so, yes, the blog is back. Join me here each week... Read More

RENEW ESL Classes Begin in September

The Plymouth RENEW ESL classes begin again on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 10 a.m.-noon, and Saturday, Sept. 9, 3-5 p.m. RENEW Plymouth volunteers teach English and Citizenship classes twice a week to refugees and immigrants in a very respectable environment. We are currently and always welcoming experienced volunteers for teaching. Our ESL program is also looking... Read More


Time to sign up for Nine to Dine!

Would you like to meet new people and feel a greater sense of connection to Plymouth Church? Consider Nine to Dine — it’s a great way to enjoy old friends, reconnect with others and make new friends, too. Sign up to take part in a nine-person group that will gather once a month for five... Read More

Justice Is Not Optional

  Let justice roll down! It’s time to talk about the Prophet Amos. Amos 1:1-2; 5:14-15, 21-24 The words of Amos, who was among the shepherds of Tekoa, which he saw concerning Israel in the days of King Uzziah of Judah and in the days of King Jeroboam son of Joash of Israel, two years... Read More

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