First Plymouth treasures deep community, profound faith, and engagement with the world.
We are committed to being the hands and heart and face of Christ in the world.
Here, everyone is welcome.
10% FOR MISSION: LISTENING SESSIONS
Where does the world’s need meet First Plymouth’s gifts, resources, and desires? The Mission Team invites all to explore this question in meetings on August 31 and September 7 following the Worship service. The purpose of exploring this question is to discern, as a Congregation, how we believe the Holy Spirit is guiding us to allocate the mission portion of our capital campaign dollars (10% of all funds received). The Mission Team’s role will be to listen to the voices of members and to craft the allocation of the mission component based on what is articulated in the meetings. It is understood that this money is, in a very real sense a “Fund of Dreams” that we as a Congregation can use to empower community missions that reflect our mission, vision, and values. Please join us for one of these listening sessions.
JOIN THE FIRST PLYMOUTH CHOIR
Normal choir practice starts on Thursday, September 4 at 6:45 p.m. Practices continue every Thursday. Come join us! Please click here to contact Paula Dinwiddie with questions.
TRAVEL CLUB: SEPTEMBER 6
September’s Travel Club will feature a special presenter from the 1860s who, along with his family, crossed more than half the country to emigrate to Denver. We will hear Jacob Butler tell us why his family decided to go west, describe the adventures and hardships they underwent getting here, and will give us an idea of what they found when they arrived here. Gathering will begin at 5:30 p.m., dinner at 6:00 p.m., and the program at 7:00 p.m. For those who wish to come to the potluck dinner, please bring your own table settings and if your last name starts with A – G, bring a dessert; H – P, main dish; Q – Z , a side dish. Please click here to RSVP to Nancy Joe Shaw.
WILDLANDS RESTORATION VOLUNTEER SEED COLLECTION: SEPTEMBER 11 AT SUMMIT LAKE, MT. EVANS
Help restore fragile tundra plant communities by joining a group of volunteers who collect native seeds to re-vegetate damaged areas. Only 25 spaces available. Please sign-up soon at wrlv.net or click here to contact Pam Schmidt for more information.
WOMEN’S RETREAT AT LA FORET: SEPTEMBER 19-21
Ladies, join us for a weekend of fun, relaxation, and worship. We will dance, laugh, eat and be merry, and be in circles. Our resident artist, Betty Arca, will lead us in a “Canvas and Cocktails” in the round. It’s bound to be a great time. Get the early bird rate by registering by Friday, August 22. Please click here to print a registration form. Forms can be returned with payment to the church office.