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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:

The First Plymouth Chancel Choir and Orchestra’s Spring Concert:
Saturday, 
April 29 at 7:00P. Arts at Plymouth presents the First Plymouth Chancel Choir and Orchestra in their Spring Concert, performing Giuseppe Verdi’s  “Messa da Requiem.”  This will be one of the First Plymouth Chancel Choir’s most ambitious, exciting, and powerful events ever offered within the walls of First Plymouth. The concert will highlight guest soloists, Meagan Mahlberg, soprano, Sarah Barber McCurdy, mezzo-soprano, Alex Sierra, tenor, Thomas Sitzler, baritone, and featured orchestral artists, Sean Case, marimba, and Cheryl Saborsky, one of Colorado’s premier pianists. The performance is under the direction of Frank Perko III, Organist, and Director of Music, Arts, and Worship at First Plymouth. A reception will follow the concert.

Spring Book Study: Rev. Dr. Eric Smith will host a study of Brian McLaren’s new book “The Great Spiritual Migration: How the World’s Largest Religion is Seeking a Better Way to Be Christian!” This book chronicles the changes in Christianity over the past several decades, and tries to account for what all the changes mean. The Book Study will be held in three Wednesday sessions on April 26, May 3, and May 10 at 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. in the Commons Room.

e-Waste Event on May 6 from 9:00A until 3:00P in the west parking lot at first Plymouth. Download a flier here.

Racial Justice Film Series: First Universalist Church and First Plymouth Church are pleased to announce the screening of our first locally made documentary “Marvin Booker Was Murdered.” This film documents the killing of Marvin Booker, “a homeless street minister” by Denver Sheriffs in the Denver jail. More importantly, the film introduces us to who Marvin Booker was as a human being through testimony of his family and people whose lives he touched. We are very fortunate to have the director Wade Gardner introduce the film. He and the family’s attorneys will join us in discussion following the screening.  Please join us May 8 at 7:00P in Room 212 here at First Plymouth Congregational Church.

Register now for the 2017 Vacation Bible School for children age 4 through Grade 5.