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.
WORSHIP MOVES TO PLYMOUTH HALL: APRIL 26
As we consider our move into Plymouth Hall for Worship during the months our Sanctuary will be renovated (April 26 through August), we also need to think about how our community members will need to work together to make it happen. Volunteers are needed to help with the following items: (1) Worship Setup in Plymouth Hall: During May in particular, Plymouth Hall has scheduled events on Saturday nights. Volunteers will be needed on Sunday mornings at 8:00 a.m. to set up the room for the Worship service. (2) Room Breakdown and Cleanup: After Worship every Sunday, everyone will need to help stack and put away chairs. (3) Goodies for after Church: Since we will be worshiping in Plymouth Hall, fellowship will follow the Worship service every week. Please click here to sign-up or visit Mission Central.
CHANCEL CHOIR SPRING CONCERT: APRIL 18
On Saturday, April 18 at 7:00 p.m., the First Plymouth Chancel Choir will present a musical feast and celebration of music featuring the Colorado premier of “Requiem for the Living,” a choral work by Dan Forrest, one of the most fiery, sensitive, skilled, creative, inventive, progressive, and inspiring contemporary choral composers to present day. A reception will follow the concert.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL: SIGN-UP NOW!
Vacation Bible School will be here before you know it! The dates are June 15-19. Registration is now open and is limited to 70 campers. Please click here to register your child(ren). Volunteers are also needed. If interested, please contact Noanie Geistert or Eileen Robinson or click here to sign-up.
STEWARDSHIP PLEDGE CAMPAIGN
The Stewardship Campaign for the 2015-16 operating budget continues until Sunday, April 19. If you have already pledged, thank you. If not, please consider making a financial commitment. Eighty percent of the operating budget comes from the pledges of members and friends of First Plymouth. You may now submit your pledge online. Please click here to access the form. Once you have completed it, push the “Submit” button. You will receive a confirmation email immediately. If you prefer completing a hard copy pledge card, please pick one up at Mission Central. Completed forms may be submitted to the church office.
HOW OUR CHURCH AND CHURCH CAMP INCREASE YOUR EQ
On Sunday, April 26 following the Worship service Sue Lee will lead a fun and informative adult CE presentation on emotional intelligence. Sue guarantees you will learn more about EQ in one hour than you thought possible and leave with an activity that you and your family can do in your heads or out loud every day. Childcare will be provided.
MEN’S ROAD TRIP: JUNE 12-15
We will be sampling the delights of Santa Fe this year on the Men’s Road Trip. Under consideration are visits to museums (history, art, etc.), watching bronze being poured at a sculpture foundry, viewing the cosmos through a 20-inch telescope while relaxing in the foothills, and numerous meals shared with the interesting and charming men of First Plymouth. As with the past ten road trips, the journey is as much, or even more fun as the destination. If you want in, please click here to contact Craig Eley as soon as possible, so that a room can be reserved for you (unless you are okay with sleeping in a car).
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.