May 26, 2020
VIRTUAL WORSHIP ONLY! CLICK LINK ON HOMEPAGE TO PARTICIPATE.
10:30 am Sunday, May 31, 2020
Pentecost Sunday - Wear Red!
"The Fire Next Time"
Rev. Dr. Kelle Brown, preaching
Joys, Concerns, Events & Announcements
Online Coffee Hour Sunday, 10 am-12:30 pm. Click link on homepage to meet and greet friends online.
Free Potato Giveaway! Sunset Community Church in Renton (1032 Edmonds Ave.) hosts a potato giveaway 11 am -1 pm Friday, May 29. The Washington State Potato Commission will have 50,000 pounds of potatoes in grocery store-style bags and they need to give them all away. Distribution will be first-come, first served. Car pickup is preferred to adhere to proper social distancing. Please tell your friends and neighbors.
This Week's Library Blog article takes a look at Memorial Day traditions and literature. Click here to read the whole entry. A new article is posted every Monday. Coming soon: a new book review from Kathy Rood. Stay tuned. If you have feedback on the blog, please send email to PlymouthLibrary@gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing from you! —Suzanne Sanderson, Plymouth Librarian
Fresh Bucks Match helps SNAP/EBT (food stamp) recipients get an unlimited, dollar-for-dollar match on fruits and vegetables at Seattle farmers markets. This great benefit remains the same, but will now be called SNAP Market Match in partnership with Washington State’s Fruit and Vegetable Incentive program. Learn more about how to save on fruits and vegetables with SNAP/EBT. Select farmers markets are operating in a limited capacity. Please make sure to follow social distancing guidelines and review these rules before heading to the farmers market. Visit the Seattle Farmers Market Association and Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Market websites for weekly updates.
Share Your Thoughts After listening to our speakers at the 150th anniversary dinner I wanted to know what you all are doing to help the earth. I thought I could help by bring together our ideas and putting them in one place at the church. We can help each other do more if we join together on each other's projects. Send me ideas of things that we could do (even if not completely thought out), things that you are doing or things others have thought of that you think are cool or worth copying. Thanks. -- Bruce Shilling, email@example.com
Simple Church is Simple Click here for easy-to-follow instructions with Simple Church, Plymouth's online directory. Need help to sign up? Please notify the Church office; we can help!
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Our prayers are with...
Riley Balcita, Matt Banks, Ernie Boyer, Anna Colwell, Steve Davis, Pam Dorrance, Ellie Edelweiss, Phil Fredrickson, Jackie Fouts (Mother-in-law of Al Wallace), Peter Gibbons (Brother of Eileen Gibbons), Don Gwilym, Michael Kaid, Libonati Family, Maclay Family, Sharon Masse (Wife of Gary Magnuson), Jo Mitchell, Georgia Nelson, Taylor Patt, Joshua and Ezra (family of Glenda Carper), Dick, Jean and Alex Paul (Parents and Nephew of Beth Paul Russell), Jose Robles, Mary Ryan, Rod Shutt, Jaime Rubio Sulficio, Jim Tsuchiya (Brother-in-law of Bill Castello)
We grieve with Al Trezona at the loss of their grandmother Janet Trezona who passed away last week.
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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