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.
LENTEN CONCERT SERIES AND SOUP SUPPERS: STARTING TUESDAY, MARCH 11
All are welcome to enjoy a simple supper of soup, bread, cheese, and veggies at 6:00 p.m. in the Commons Room every Tuesday throughout Lent. Stay for the concert at 7:00 p.m., if you wish. Each Tuesday evening an organist from various churches in Denver, Boulder, and beyond will be featured. This Tuesday, March 11 will feature Linda Mack of Christ Episcopal in Denver. The suppers are a relaxing way to enjoy a meal and some convivial fellowship.
OPEN AND AFFIRMING COMMITTEE MOVIE NIGHT
All are invited to watch Philomena on Tuesday, March 11 at 7:30 p.m. at the Chez Artiste (4150 E. Amherst Ave.) Philomena is an Oscar-nominated film based on a true story, and follows one woman’s journey to find her long-lost son, conceived out of wedlock, while maintaining her faith and inspiring the faith of a journalist along the way. For more information on the movie or venue, please click here.
CANDLELIGHT VIGIL: MARCH 14
As part of our participation in the national Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath Weekend, March 13-16, First Plymouth will be holding a candlelight vigil at the corner of Colorado and Hampden on Friday, March 14, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The vigil will honor those Coloradoans who have lost their lives to gun violence in years past. We urge all members, family, and friends to join this important event. Please sign up today at Mission Central or contact Peg Thompson.
ADULT CHRISTIAN EDUCATION
This Sunday, March 16, adult CE will feature former Senator John Morse of Colorado Springs, who steered most of the gun safety laws through the state legislature last year and then was recalled in a historic election the following fall. He will tell his courageous story and offer some suggestions for keeping Colorado a safer state from firearm violence.
LOFT’S PROJECT EASTER BASKET: VOLUNTEERS & DONATIONS NEEDED
Volunteers and donations are needed for the assembly of Easter baskets to be delivered to children in need. Please bring the following items to Mission Central: toothpaste, toothbrushes, combs/brushes, shampoo/body wash, pencils/colored, pencils, markers, glue sticks, erasers, crayons, coloring books, wrapped candy, baby items, teen items, plastic Easter buckets, and cellophane basket bags. Baskets will be assembled immediately after the Worship Service on Sunday, April 13.
SUMMER PALS AT FIRST PLYMOUTH LEARNING CENTER
The Summer Pals program at the First Plymouth Learning Center is now enrolling for one mini-session in June and three two-week sessions throughout the summer. Classes are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Activities are centered on a certain theme. For more information, please click here.
TRAVEL TO IRELAND WITH FIRST PLYMOUTH
Travel with First Plymouth to the Emerald Island! Rev. Dr. Eric Smith is leading a journey to Ireland this November 5-15, touring the natural, historical, and cultural wonders of the country. With stops in Waterford, Killarney, Galway, Connemara, Sligo, Dublin, and more, there will be something for everyone. Please click here for a brochure detailing the trip. You won’t want to miss this trip of a lifetime!
MEN’S ROAD TRIP
The 11th Annual Men’s Road Trip will begin Friday, June 27 and return to Denver on Monday, June 30. The group will visit Cañon City, Manitou Springs, and Leadville, and ride trains in each of those locations. A tour of Colorado’s prison industries is included, as well as museums and other heart-stopping sites. Due to the necessity of securing rail passage well in advance during the tourist season, Road Trippers will need to reserve a place early. If interested, please contact Craig Eley.