January 20, 2020
As Plymouth Church celebrates 150 years as a faith community in what is now downtown Seattle, it feels important to reflect on the people who lived on this land before the coming of white settlers, and their fate in the decades that followed. Please join with others for another “Movies that Move” showing in the Plymouth Church lounge on Saturday afternoon, January 25 beginning at 5 pm. The movie will be "Princess Angeline,” named for the daughter of Chief Seattle. Among other things, this 2009 film explores some of the story of the Duwamish people through the life of Princess Angeline and looks at some of the issues around their still unrecognized tribal status. The movie runs a little less than an hour, leaving plenty of time for discussion afterwards. We hope to see you there!Subscribe
Plymouth Church UCC Worship is experienced on a Zoom Webinar platform, on our Plymouth YouTube Channel and Facebook pages each Sunday as we return to our program year format. Please join us for Worship, then for Coffee Hour ONLINE following on the separate Zoom meeting link.
We look to God for the breaking of oppression and healing in the land. Let us stand together with one voice as we watch, fight, and pray with life prioritized.
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