Bring on the Feet!

After a brief, flu-related hiatus, this blog is back. And just in time: Bring on the feet!... Read More

See?

At face value, it is a pretty simple story: a man born blind is healed. But the more closely we read the story, the more complicated—and interesting!—it becomes. Who is truly blind? And who can really see? These are the questions we take up in the 9th chapter of John’s Gospel. John 9:1-41 As he... Read More

The Wrong Kind of People

What happens when you talk to the wrong kind of people? You may end up surprising yourself, and your neighbors.This week’s text tells of an unlikely encounter between two people who have no business talking to each other. But the transformation follows in the wake of their meeting. It’s the story of Jesus and the Woman at the Well.... Read More

All Church Reads

Plymouth will continue to explore race during Lent using books as our conversation partners.... Read More

Saved?

I’m back! The year end hiatus went a little long, but I am back at it and eager to reflect each week on the text appointed for us by the Narrative Lectionary. This week we come to a passage so familiar that it may be hard to hear: the story of Jesus and Nicodemus. It... Read More

Please take our communications survey

We’re working hard to make sure the communications you receive from Plymouth are delivered to you in optimal ways. Please take a few minutes to complete our communication survey found at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8SY5LPT. Your response will greatly help us to determine the best way for you to receive consistent information about what’s happening at Plymouth. Please... Read More

Do Not Miss Christmas at Plymouth Church!

  This blog will be on hiatus for a little while, but here is a reminder about the year end schedule at Plymouth. When it comes to worship, this really is the most wonderful time of the year. Just consider the opportunities: On Monday the 18th, join us in Waveland Hall for the Longest  Night... Read More

News

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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