April 23 Theologian in Residence: Dr. George Tinker

The Theologian in Residence program in Lawrence is proud to welcome Dr. George “Tink” Tinker. Dr. Tinker is a prominent American Indian theologian and scholar who is the author of many articles, and books including: Spirit and Resistance: Political Theology and American Indian Liberation, Missionary Conquest: The Gospel and Native American

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April 19 Tanner Colby

In Coordination with the Lawrence Public Library, Plymouth is very excited to welcome Tanner Colby, New York Times Bestselling author of Some of My Best Friends are Black: the Strange Story of Integration in America. Joining Colby will be Dr. Clarence Lang for a conversation on the struggles for racial

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April 21-22 Plymouth Youth Group – Spring Lock-In 2017

Youth in grades 6-12 invited to our Spring Lock-In! An amazing night of games, fellowship, traditions and of course food! We will begin at 6 p.m. on Friday evening and conclude at 9 a.m. on Saturday morning.    

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Geranium & Bake Sale, April 30

You can help this Plymouth fundraiser by purchasing geraniums, donating (and then buying!) baked goods, and purchasing “chances” for the beautiful baskets donated by our church boards! The ever-popular baskets will be filled with all sorts of fun items, which often include gift cards and bottles of wine! Baked Goods

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Middle School Alternative Spring Break Trip, March 21-23

Middle School Service Learning Trip to Heifer Ranch in Perryville, Arkansas – an educational farm in rural Perryville, AR. The 1,200-acre Heifer Ranch is filled with gardens and livestock, including goats, pigs, llamas and more. Our youth will take part in hands-on, interactive programs and activities promoting sustainable solutions to global

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Youth Fundraiser Dinner, March 11, 5:30 p.m.

For two consecutive summers, Plymouth’s youth have traveled to the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Reservation in La Plant, South Dakota to work with the Simply Smiles Organization. This summer our youth will return to South Dakota as we look to strengthen our relationship with the Lakota community in La Plant.

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Family Promise at Plymouth, March 12-18

Plymouth is part of a community wide network that hosts homeless families with children at the church for one week. During this week we need people to host the families, provide meals and play with the children. More more information, please contact Mary Kaczor, marykk@sbcglobal.net.

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Teacher Appreciation Breakfast, Feb. 26, 2017

Christian Education Board Teacher Thank You Breakfast – February 26 8:45 a.m. The Christian Education Board will be hosting a thank you breakfast on February 26 for teachers who have given their time and talent to teaching all ages at Plymouth the past summer, fall and spring. The breakfast will

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Chancel Choir’s Requiem, May 7, 2017

Chancel Choir – Spring Major Choral Work Sunday, May 7 9:30 a.m. On Sunday, May 7, the Chancel Choir will present “Requiem” by Neil Harmon. This setting of the Requiem Mass was written and premiered in 2014. It is full of lush and beautiful harmonies. The “Pie Jesu” is an

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