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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.

Seriously. Everyone.

 

Upcoming Events:

LOVE AND LOGIC WORKSHOP: FEBRUARY 1
On Sunday, February 1 following the Worship service, Love and Logic instructor Linda Arnold will offer a workshop on Love and Logic parenting techniques to use with children in third to eighth grades. CE is also exploring the option of offering a full Love and Logic course at a later date. If interested, please contact Noanie Geistert at fpchildren@firstplymouthchurch.org or 303-762-0616.

YOUTH GROUP: JOIN US!
The First Plymouth Youth Group meets every Sunday night from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Please click here to contact Rev. Dr. Eric Smith for more information on how to get involved. We have discussions, play games, go on trips, have snacks, and generally have a good time. And if you’re musically inclined, the youth band, We Stumble At Noon, rehearses from 4:45 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. each Sunday.

FAMILY PROMISE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Family Promise is scheduled to be at Calvary Baptist Church from February 1 through 8. Volunteers are needed to cook dinner, stay overnight, provide children’s activities, set-up, clean-up, supervise evening activities, and drive the van. Please sign up at Mission Central or contact Susan Oakes by clicking here. Mark your calendar for the other Family Promise dates in 2015: April 12-19, June 14-21, August 23-30, November 15-22.  The June and August dates would be great opportunities for families to volunteer together.

BOOK DRIVE FOR REACH OUT AND READ
Beginning February 1, the Whole Earth Ministry in collaboration with the Children’s Ministries will be collecting new and gently used books for Reach Out and Read Colorado. Please bring books to Mission Central from February 1 through 22. Your contributions of new and gently used books for children, ages six months to five years, will encourage these children to read at home and go to the library. Books for young readers and young adults are also welcome. Parents are encouraged to help their children clean out their bookshelves and donate books the children have outgrown. Good values on used books can be found at Savers, ARC, Target, and the like.

MORTALITY, MORALITY, AND HONOR: THE END OF LIFE PARADIGM
On Sunday, February 15 following the Worship service, Charles Hamlin, M.D. will address the subject of “Death with Dignity” and end of life decisions. In addition, Dr. Hamlin will discuss the “Death with Dignity” bill that may appear on the legislative agenda for this year’s state session as it relates to Brittany Maynard’s decision to end her life. This will be the first of three presentations on end of life decisions. The other two will be held on March 15 and April 12 hosted by Fletch Wideman and Dr. Kerri Charles.