A church the size of Plymouth can seem a bit overwhelming at first. But while we are one large church, we are also many small communities that are passionate about many things.

Look around (use the list below as a start!), think about where your passion lies, and you’ll see that Plymouth Church has a little bit of everything for everyone. You’re welcome to sit back for a bit and absorb the culture, if you’d like. But the best way to learn about your new church is to become involved, even if it’s only sticking your toe in the water at first.

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  • If you’re an adult, you might be interested in Chancel Choir.
  • If you’re in high school, check out the Matins Choir.
  • Your children are welcome to be part of our excellent children’s choir program.
  • And, if your children are too old for children’s choirs but too young for Matins, check out Soul Singers.
  • Prefer to make music instead of sing it? You can ring bells as part of Plymouth’s adult Handbell Choir, and your children age 3 and up can participate in our Hand Chime Choir.
  • Finally, if you play a flute, click here to learn more about our Flute Ensemble.

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Plymouth’s Community Engagement area has lots of potential for you.

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  • Create worship banners as part of Chancel Arts.
  • Keep the Plymouth Gallery vibrant with local art as part of the Gallery Committee.
  • Care for flowers and landscaping through the Gardens and Grounds Committee.
  • Take care of our building as part of the House and Space Committee.
  • Maintain its integrity through the Arts, Memorials, and Architectural Changes Committee.

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[accordion label=”I want to socialize and meet other Plymouth people.”]

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[accordion label=”I want to be involved in Plymouth’s Boards.”]

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