This Sunday at Plymouth: October 22, 2017 

October 17, 2017

Rev. Kelle Brown preaches Sunday, October 22, 2017

Luke 6:38

"The Gospel of Abundance"

  • 9 am Worship, Sanctuary
  • 9 am-12 pm Child Care, First Floor
  • 10 am Hospitality Hour, Lounge
  • 10 am  Middle Youth Forum, Room 222
  • 10 am Sunday School, First Floor
  • 10 am  Youth Forum, Room 321
  • 10 am  Soul Choir Rehearsal, Hildebrand Hall
  • 10:10 am  Chancel Choir Rehearsal, Sanctuary
  • 11 am Worship, Sanctuary
  • 12:15 pm Luncheon and White Privilege Discussion, Hildebrand Hall

Joys, Concerns, Events and Announcements

Share Your Favorite Hymn! Sari Breznau, Plymouth Soul Choir Director invites requests and stories about your favorite hymns for 9 am worship. Your favorites will be programmed throughout the fall, with an invitation to introduce the hymn during worship and briefly explain your choice or a memory associated with your hymn. Please send your selection to: saribreznau@gmail.com.

Sign the Book of Life Remember and honor friends and family members who have passed by writing their names in the Book of Life. The book, located in the entryway, becomes part of our worship Sunday, November 5. Names of persons who have died in the last 12 months will be spoken in prayer during services that Sunday. Sign the book by October 29.  

Have Fun with Kids on Sundays Kindergarten through 5th grade class had a lot of fun building gingerbread Halloween houses last Sunday! Kids and adult helpers tasted the goodies and got creative with their designs. Let us know if you would like to volunteer on Sunday mornings!

Raise a Glass for Refugees First Covenant Church, Seattle are partnering with Seattle First Baptist Church to put on a happy hour event called “Raise a Glass for Refugees” next Tuesday, October 24 from 6:30 to 8 pm at the Summit Building (420 E Pike St).  It is an event to raise money for the work of World Relief Seattle.  They are the largest refugee resettlement group in the state of Washington doing work assisting with housing, language classes, vocation assistance, citizenship, and more.  From our promotional information about the event.  "World Relief Seattle works with the local church, the community, the U.S. Department of State, and additional organizations to help refugees resettle in Western Washington. Their goal is to aid and empower refugees in their journey of building a new life.  Refugees and immigrants bravely leave behind everything familiar to seek safety, a life free from fear, and the chance for a new start. At World Relief Seattle, they come alongside these new neighbors by providing support and care through their first months and years of transition as an investment in future generations.  RSVP at http://tiny.cc/happyhourwrs.

Plymouth Prayer Shawls group will display their amazing output of handmade shawls, caps, gloves, baby blankets and scarves Sunday, October 29 in the Lounge. Please stop by to admire their handiwork which goes to Plymouth members and various local shelters. We welcome folks to join us in the church Lounge every Wednesday morning from 9 to 11 am. We also welcome handmade items made at home. Feel free to donate your unused yarn. It will be joyfully received and lovingly knit or crocheted into beautiful items for others. Be assured that prayers go into every item we make and give away.

Get Moving at clogging class, 6 pm Wednesdays. Free parking in Plymouth UCC garage! All are welcome! Questions? Email or call me, I would LOVE to tell you more! djacobsen@plymouthchurchseattle.org --Diane Jacobsen

Faith Action Climate Team (FACT) invites you to FACT’s Saturday, October 28 conference, Love at the Crossroads: Climate and Social Justice. The day-long Love at the Crossroads event at Mount Zion Baptist Church features keynote address by powerful Tulalip Tribes climate activist and women’s rights advocate Deborah Parker, an interfaith panel, and more than 20 workshops on the intersection of climate and social justice issues — issues such as racial and economic justice, immigration, food, oceans, health care, and mental health. Register at FactConference.BrownPaperTickets.com. The low-cost, sliding-scale registration fee includes an organic, vegan lunch.

Join  the Delegation working with Habitat for Humanity in Guatemala, February 10-20, 2018.  Click here to learn more. 

Help Hurricane Survivors with donations to UCC Relief Services. Click here to learn more and to donate. 

Like to Bake? Consider bringing a dozen or more of your favorite goodies for Hospitality Hour. Your contribution will be greatly appreciated and enjoyed by all. 

Plymouth Knitting Group meets every Wednesday morning at Plymouth. All are welcome. Yarn donations are needed and greatly appreciated. 

Our prayers are with...

Dianne Carlill, Matt Castle, Pam Dorrance, Tracy Dunkel, Isabel Egglin, Doris Ford (Mother of Linda Harris), Lucian Guthrie, Greg Harris, Michael Kaid, Jim Kelley, Martha Lindley (Sister of Helen Gorsuch), John Maher, Marylou Maher, Bob Mitchell, Jo Mitchell, Scott Paul, Hank Perry, Susie Rose, Doris Schaefer, Tom (Jamie Shilling's father), The Shilling Family, George Schmidt, Shawn Smith, Donna Stirton

A service to celebrate the life of Kelly Pelz will be held 2 pm Saturday, November 11, at Plymouth.

 



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