Faith Formation in March 

March 12, 2019

March 24: Faith Action Network

Faith Action Network, Washington’s inclusive advocacy organization, brings CoDirector, Elise DeGooyer, at 11:45 am Sunday, March 24, to give us up-to-date information from Olympia. What bills are still alive (after passing 2 important cutoff dates)? FAN has been watching and has been in on the action is these areas:

  • Economic Justice
  • Criminal Justice System 
  • Housing and Homelessness 
  • Environmental justice
  • Immigrant and Civil Rights 
  • Healthcare and Mental Health

Which are closest to your heart? Bring your laptop, smart phone or favorite pen & make a difference at Faith Formation on March 24.   

March 31: Celebrate Poetry

Many of us in the Plymouth congregation find the Contemporary Voice portion of our worship services to be very powerful.  Building on this interest, Plymouth Library Committee was inspired to create the Library’s next all-ages event, this one on the theme of poetry. The timing of this event couldn’t be better, as it’s on the eve of April, which is National Poetry Month!

Plymouth Library offers a wealth of excellent poetry on themes ranging from faith to social justice to the joys, humor and challenges of everyday life. Gather in small groups with other Plymouth folks, read out loud and reflect together on selected poems from our library. There will be a special circle for children and their parents/caregivers to read poems for youth with fabulous illustrations. Hear from several in our congregation who have been chosen to read a few poems out loud to the entire group.

Our intergenerational Library events provide meaningful faith formation opportunities and a time for Plymouth folks to mix and make new friends. Please join us 11:45 am Sunday, March 31, in Hildebrand Hall for Poetry!

-Plymouth LIbrary Committee



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