Listed are some of the programs that we have that present “fellowship opportunities” if you are interested in any of them contact the church office at 785-843-3220 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prayer Shawl Group Come join this group that crafts each shawl with prayers and blessings for the recipient. Beginners welcome! The meeting date is every 1st Wednesday at 3 p.m.
Pastor at the Pub! Join the gathering on Thursday, July 7, 2016 from 5:30—7:30 p.m. at 10 Restaurant in the Eldridge Hotel, Massachusetts Street. It’s church in the public sphere. It’s church for the mid-week. It’s church for those in love with church. It’s church for those exploring what it means and what it doesn’t mean to be church in the 21st century too. Conversation starters and quotes to contemplate will be posted on Plymouth’s Facebook page the week before each gathering. We hope you will join us! We hope you will invite others! Questions? Please e-mail Eleanor at email@example.com.
Trivia Night Several times throughout the year we host trivia nights. The trivia is general (not Plymouth or religious trivia). Pre-registry is preferred, but walk-ins are ok. Contact Kim Manz for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Men’s Lunch meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at noon in Rm. 202N. There is a new faith-related topic for discussion each month. Please call the church office to reserve a $7 sandwich and drink ahead of time. All men are welcome. Men’s Lunch is not meeting in June or July 2016.
HyVee’s Lunch Bunch is a chance for fellowship on the last Sunday of the month, following the 9:30 service. Participants meet for lunch at the 6th Street HyVee at 11:15 a.m. Open to all members and friends—all ages!
Breakfast at Perkins This group is for early morning people who enjoy good fellowship at breakfast in a private dining room. There are no planned programs but great conversation. No reservations are needed. There are two meetings a month in order to accommodate busy schedules. Come to either one—or both, as a number of people do.
Church Work Days Volunteers are needed for special projects such as gardening, landscaping, carpentry and set up and clean up, most especially in the fall and spring. There are projects that are appropriate for all ages. Watch the Rock and Sunday bulletins for announcements of workdays around the church.
Social Outings & Activities Several times a year the church has sign ups to go on group outings. Recent past trips have included a trip to the Nelson Art Museum in Kansas City, a trip to an Amish community in Missouri, dinner theater in Overland Park and tours of Atchison, Kansas. Look in the bulletin, on the website and also in our Rock Newsletter for the next trips.