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We are committed to being the hands and heart and face of Christ in the world.
Here, everyone is welcome.
2014 ANNUAL REPORT AVAILABLE
Please click here to read the 2014 First Plymouth Annual Report.
RWANDA PROJECT: AFRICAN CELEBRATION
Tickets for this year’s African Celebration are available at Mission Central. The dinner/drumming/dancing event is scheduled for Friday, October 10 at 6:30 p.m. in Plymouth Hall. The cost is $17 per adult and $8 for children twelve and under. The deadline for purchasing tickets is Sunday, October 5.
CONFIRMATION CLASS HAS STARTED
Confirmation class meets Sundays at 9:00 a.m. in the Columbine room. The class will meet every Sunday at the same time and place unless otherwise announced. All eighth graders (and those who are older and have not been confirmed) are welcome to join.
THE GROUP: OCTOBER 4
The Group will meet on Saturday, October 4 at 5:00 p.m. at the home of Lee Probasco and Roger Diggle. Please bring a hearty appetizer, dessert, and/or a bottle of wine to share. New folks are welcome! Please note the earlier time of 5:00 p.m.
ADULT CE: OCTOBER SCHEDULE
Please join us for adult CE in October. The schedule is as follows:
October 5: Peter Wells, a consultant with the UCC National Justice and Peace Action Network, will give a presentation entitled “Going Upriver: Working For Systemic Change.”
October 12: The Reduce Gun Violence Group, along with Chair Jerry Arca, will discuss Colorado’s fall elections and the issue of gun violence in the election narrative.
October 26: Ken Hoagland, past president of Colorado Housing Now will speak on Colorado’s affordable housing and exciting changes in the system.
HOW JESUS BECAME GOD: A BOOK DISCUSSION
Join Rev. Dr. Eric C. Smith on Monday nights October 6 – November 17 as we read Bart Ehrman’s new book: How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher from Galilee. The group will meet from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in Room 212. This book, which starts with the question of how a relatively unknown preacher was posthumously declared to be divine, should provide lots of intriguing discussion starters. The group will read one chapter most weeks, but please come to the first meeting having read the Introduction and first two chapters. Please join us as we explore questions about Jesus and Christian claims about Jesus’ divinity!
PURCHASE LIVE MAINE LOBSTERS AND SUPPORT THE LEARNING CENTERPurchase live Maine lobsters and support the First Plymouth Learning Center. Each lobster is approximately 1 1/4 pounds and costs $22. Lobsters will be flown in and distributed at FPLC the morning of October 11. Buy a bunch and invite friends over for lobster night. Lobsters can be ordered at Mission Central or in the church office before October 6.
VOLUNTEER WORK DAY CHANGED TO OCTOBER 25
The Anniversary Planning Committee, in conjunction with the Outreach Committee, is planning work projects at the Denver Inner City Parish and Kentucky Circle Village on Saturday, October 25. Twenty to 35 volunteers are needed to paint fences and install benches. For more information and to sign-up, please visit Mission Central or click here to contact Teena Brenkendorff or here to contact Kat Haskins.