Plymouth Church News

January 22, 2019 Peace Chorus Travels to the Border Please hold us in your prayers as we travel during this uncertain, and opportune time to embody our theme Music Crosses Border­s.
January 15, 2019 Thank You, Rev. Jan Van Pelt Give thanks to God for the long and multidimensional ministry of Rev. Jan Van Pelt.
January 15, 2019 Let Justice Roll Down Hear “Let Justice Roll Down,” a moving, multi-media musical presentation of the path toward openness, understanding and dismantling racism.
January 15, 2019 Plymouth Hosts Womxn’s March Panels January 20 From 1 to 5 pm, Sunday, January 20, Plymouth Church UCC provides a downtown information hub for free, one-hour sessions related to current justice issues, in conjunction with Seattle Womxn’s March.
January 15, 2019 Plymouth Invests in Change " One important part of our approach to responsible investing is to use our voice as shareholders to hold companies accountable for their impacts on society."
January 15, 2019 Noon Organ Concert January 29 Mark Fideldy, Organist for Gethsemane Lutheran Church of Hopkins, MN, and relative of Plymouth member Chris Kelley, performs a noon concert, Tuesday, January 29 in the Plymouth Sanctuary.
January 15, 2019 Immigration Ministry Team Meets January 20 Thanks to each of you for your ongoing commitment in the struggle to keep families and communities together.
January 15, 2019 We Cannot Stand Still We invite you to join in the discernment, study, dreaming and questions as you read materials that will be available to you online and in print this Sunday in preparation for our January 27 Annual Meeting.
January 15, 2019 Pilgrimage to Puerto Rico March 31-April 6 UCC Global Ministries Committee invites individuals to travel to Puerto Rico for a mission beyond rebuilding houses.
January 8, 2019 Immigration Discussion This Sunday Join Janet Gwilym in a talk about current humanitarian immigration issues in the U.S
Important Notice

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.

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