January 16, 2018
We stand together in solidarity with our partners and children for the protection of our rights, safety, health, and families - recognizing that our vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of our country.
Plymouth’s Seneca entrance to Hildebrand Hall will be open at 9 am Saturday, January 20, for all who wish to gather in advance of this year’s Womxn’s March. Coffee, tea, water and refreshments will be available. All are encouraged to walk or use alternate transportation, as parking in Plymouth Garage is reserved for afternoon memorial service.
Arrive at Cal Anderson Park at 9:30 am. Rally begins at 10 am. March through downtown to Seattle Center begins at 11:30 am. It’s expected to take three to four hours. Organizers said the route will be accessible to people who use motorized and nonmotorized mobility vehicles, as well as strollers. Follow @seattledot and @kcmetrobus on Twitter for live updates on street closures and traffic.Subscribe
Plymouth Church UCC stands with you in responding to the coronavirus. Our BUILDING IS CLOSED in keeping with the "STAY AT HOME" order of the Governor and Health Dept. recommendations, until further notice. Church staff are working remotely. Pastoral care is via telephone (206.622.4865 *833) checked daily or email. If you have personal concerns, need to contact someone on staff or contact a minister: Click here for email addresses or call 206.622.4865, checked daily. Staff respond daily.
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