January 22, 2018
Sunday, January 27, 2019
Third Sunday after Epiphany
SERVICE AT 10:30 AM with Rev. Dr. Kelle Brown
Text for January 27: Luke 4:14-21
Joys, Concerns, Events & Announcements
Come to the Annual Meeting All are invited to the Plymouth Annual Meeting 12 pm, Sunday, January 27. It’s a potluck — bring your favorite side dish to share! Review the Annual Report and cast your vote to install new lay leadership for our church family. Celebrate 2018 and look ahead to 2019.
The PNCUCC Adult Spiritual Formation Task Force created Covenant Group curriculum topics and meeting plans for congregations interested in developing small groups for deepening faith and building relationships among members. If you're interested, please contact Kathie Forman at 206.799.9248 or email@example.com.
Let’s Roll! Volunteer Painting Opportunities available now! Plymouth Healing Communities’ House of Healing on Beacon Hill is receiving upgrades and work includes interior painting. Volunteer painting crews needed for three or four hours for: 9 am, Saturday, January 26; 1 pm, Sunday, February 10; and 10 am, Wednesday, February 13. Contact Mike Pierson at MikePierson2@gmail.com or 206.604.8673. Plymouth Church Holy Rollers continue to do volunteer painting the first Saturday most every month at a Downtown Emergency Service Center-operated building. Additional volunteers are always welcome. Try it! Please contact Adele Reynolds at AdeleReynolds@netscape.net.
Attention Plymouth Men! Plymouth’s Annual Men’s Retreat will be held at Pilgrim Firs the weekend of March 1-3, preceded by an optional one-day silent retreat. Retreat leader is Rev. Kevin Bechtold. Registration opens in February. Read more.
A Note on Parking: Sunday parking is free in Plymouth garage until 2:30 pm, and in IBM garage until 1:30 pm. Plymouth garage parking spaces are available for visitors and individuals less able. We encourage all who can to use IBM garage. Please lock your vehicle and do not leave valuables unattended.
Thank You! Jose Robles and his extended family are very grateful for the gifts, good wishes and prayers they received from Plymouth people in December. Thank you for opening your hearts and adding joy to a very difficult time for this family. – Carol Mooney, Immigration Ministry Team
Way to Go! Former Justice Leadership Program intern, Briana Brannan, now doing immigration/refugee support/advocacy organizing for Church Council of Greater Seattle, in collaboration with Rev. Dr. Paul Ashby and the JWM Welcoming Resolution Team, convened a UCC immigration/refuge support organizing meeting Sunday afternoon, Nov. 11at Normandy Park UCC. Attendance was fantastic with 25 people from 10 regional UCC churches, including six from Plymouth! Way to go Briana!
Study the Bible Online Join us at 7:30 pm, Wednesdays on Zoom, when we discuss the lectionary text for the following Sunday. Click here to join the online discussion. See you then! – Jennifer Castle, Director of Faith Formation
Mark Your Calendar for Camp N-Sid-Sen July 21-27, 2019.
Simple Church is Simple Click here for easy-to-follow instructions with Simple Church, Plymouth's online directory. Need help getting signed up? Please notify the church office; we can help!
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Our hearts & prayers are with...
David Allen, Betty Appleford, Dianne Carlill, Glenda Carper, Pam Dorrance, Jackie Fouts (Mother-in-law of Al Wallace), Phil Fredrickson, Peter Gibbons (Brother of Eileen Gibbons), Michael Kaid, Bill, Tom and Sarah Maclay, Jo Mitchell, Dave Nelson, Scott Paul, John Poh, Jose Robles, Doris Schaefer, Karen Scott, Rick Sedgley, Rod Shutt, Laurie Tsuchiya & Jim Tsuchiya (sister & brother-in-law of Bill Castello), Liz Willmott (friend of Glenda Carper)
Our hearts are with Jamie Shilling and family on the passing of her father, Thomas Tweedie.
We grieve with Mae Durland and family on the recent passing of her brother, Duane Osborn.Subscribe