Worship Services

SATURDAY WORSHIP
5:30 p.m. Casual Service

Come as you are and meet us in Waveland Hall for Saturday night worship. It’s family-friendly and you’re welcome to get a cup of coffee, draw on the tablecloth, and enjoy snacks. Interact with those at your table as we celebrate God’s love together. Bring your kids, bring your friends, bring your neighbors and experience worship in an inviting and casual setting.

The Saturday Night Band provides upbeat musical leadership while we sing both contemporary and traditional music. We share communion every week. It’s still Plymouth—a meaningful message, good music and plenty of fellowship. Only the atmosphere is different. Come be a part of Saturday Night worship!

SUNDAY WORSHIP

9 a.m.
Traditional Service in the Sanctuary with the Matins Choir

  • From the first Sunday after Labor Day through the Sunday prior to Memorial Day, church school classes are offered from 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. for 2-year-olds through sixth grade. Children attend worship at 9 a.m. with their parents and then are excused to their classes.
  • Childcare is available year-round in the Nursery for infants through 14 months and in the Toddler Room for 15 to 24 months and up to 36 months in the summer.

11 a.m.
Traditional Service in the Sanctuary with the Chancel Choir

  • Childcare is available for children up to age 5.

 

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