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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:

FP At-A-Glance
Want to know more about First Plymouth? Could this be the spiritual home you’ve been looking for? Do you have questions about how to become a member of our church? Then “FP At-A-Glance” is for you! Come join us in the Commons Room after the Worship Service on the last Sunday of most months. We will be meeting next on September 24 at 11:00A.

Race and Racism Film Series
Monday, September  25 at 6:00P at First Plymouth
“Cracking the Codes: The System of Racial Inequality
This film illuminates a system that perpetuates structural inequity using moving personal accounts from 23 leaders in the equity movement including: Amer Ahmed, Joy DeGruy, Ise Lyfe, Peggy McIntosh, Hugh Vasquez, and Tim Wise. “Cracking the Codes is designed to address and deepen the national conversation on race in this country”, said Shakti Butler, PhD, director of the film and founder of World Trust Educational Services. “The current conversation is not only shallow, but actually harmful. We continue to primarily focus only on individuals, when institutional and structural inequities are pressing. We live in a time when we cannot afford to squander our national treasure — the minds and hearts of all people.”

Stratus Chamber Orchestra – 20th Anniversary Season “Dreams
“The Land of Nod” Friday, September 29 at 7:30P. Stratus Chamber Orchestra begins our journey into the misty world of dreams. Our first concert takes us deep into the night with “A Little Night Music” by Mozart and Manuel da Falla’s “Nights in the Gardens of Spain” featuring New York pianist Tanya Gabrielian. Purchase tickets here.

The UCC Stand Against Racism: The Just Faith in Action! committee of our Outreach Coordinated Area of Ministry asks all to become more informed of, and educated in, our denomination’s and our own efforts to combat racism in our society.

For more information about our denomination’s stand against racism please read the following links: