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.
LOFT EASTER BASKETS FOR DICP
LOFT is collecting donations for the DICP Easter Baskets. As a reminder, donations of crayons, coloring books, toothbrushes, toothpaste, body wash, individually-wrapped Easter candy, and plastic buckets and cellophane are needed. Easter toys, other hygiene products, and school supplies will also be happily accepted.
ADULT CE: MARCH 8
On Sunday, March 8, Laura Harris, staff member at Iliff School of Theology, will discuss MOVE TO AMEND, an effort to strike “Citizens United” from the constitution and diminish the effect of big corporate money in politics.
ONE BOOK, ONE CHURCH: “NICKEL AND DIMED” BY BARBARA EHRENREICH
During the season of Lent, please consider reading Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America by Barbara Ehrenreich. Copies are on sale at Mission Central for $9.50. Details about the book discussion will be announced soon.
SNAP CHALLENGE CENTRAL
All are invited to sign up to be a part of the SNAP Challenge. Stop by SNAP Challenge Central in the Narthex for information and resource materials to help you plan for taking the challenge the week of March 8 – 15. More information is also available by clicking here. Mark your calendars for the introductory lunch on Sunday, March 8 to experience a SNAP Challenge lunch and to learn more about hunger issues.
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.
COMMUNITY CAMP REGISTRATION AND PANCAKE BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER
First Plymouth’s Community Camp is scheduled for the week of July 26 to August 1. Registration opens at Community Camp’s annual pancake breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, March 15 following the Worship service. If you’ve never attended Community Camp, come learn what it’s all about. If you love Community Camp already, come eat some pancakes and support this amazing First Plymouth tradition. If you love pancakes with all the trimmings, just come eat and enjoy the fellowship of other pancake and Camp lovers. There is no charge to eat, but donations are welcome. Registration packets will be available. For more information, click here to contact Kim Wooldridge or here to contact Paul Erickson.