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.
An Ash Wednesday Service will be held February 10 at 7:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary. The service will be celebrated with Calvary Presbyterian and First Plymouth Church members and friends.
“First Plymouth 101”: Join us on the fourth Sunday of each month following worship for an introduction to First Plymouth Congregational Church, United Church of Christ. Learn more about our theology and missions in the world.
Following worship February 14 in the Commons Room, Richard Forer, a former member of AIPAC (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) will illuminate on the profound spiritual awakening he experienced in 2006 which led him to write his book, “Breakthrough: Transforming Fear into Compassion – A New Perspective on the Israel-Palestine Conflict”. Richard has orthodox relatives living in settlements in the West Bank, and for his entire life as an American Jew, supported Israeli policy until this breakthrough. Richard has been to the West Bank a few times as well as the Gaza Strip in November 2012. Join us to hear his compelling story.
An art exhibit entitled “Intersection” opens with an artist reception February 16 at 5:00 p.m. Meet the artist, Diane Stum Fekete and view her paintings befitting of the introspective mood during the season of Lent. Diane is a member and past moderator of the First Congregational Church UCC in Boulder and is adjunct faculty at Naropa University. Following the reception is the first of the Lenten Organ Concert Series starting at 6:30 p.m.
Arts at Plymouth offers a Lenten Organ Series on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. throughout the season of Lent. The series begins February 16 with Joseph Galema, organ instructor at Lamont School of Music. A reception follows the concert.