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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. Accompanying the Choir and Orchestra are 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.

New Member Program

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 every month.

First Plymouth NMP
The New Membership Program (NMP) has been designed to accommodate everyone from singles to young families to retirees and beyond. The NMP meets for five sessions, studying a different Pillar of our Faith each session.  Contact Heidi Thomas or Rev. Paul Griego to learn when the next session is scheduled.

 

Everybody Welcome. Seriously. Everybody.

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e-Waste Event

E Waste Flyer 2017

Help Restore Damaged Wild Lands

Sign up to join a team restoration project.

Each one has excellent leadership, all the tools you need, a hearty lunch and will leave you with a great sense of accomplishment and team work.  Watch for more information to join a First Plymouth work crew or go to the Wildlands Restoration volunteer website to find a different project that suits you.

  • Saturday, May 20 – Fillius Park, just outside Evergreen
    Improve forest health and protect water supplies by thinning dense stands of trees and removing debris.
  • Saturday, June 3 – Dedisse Park, near Evergreen
    Repair off trail damage and erosion by transplanting, seeding, installing erosion control barriers and building new trail.
  • Saturday, June 17 – Platte River Island Habitat east of I-25
    Restore an island eroding away after the 2013 floods, repair a riparian corridor critical for birds, mammals and fish.
  • Saturday, July 1 – Beaver Brook Trail, Lookout Mountain near Genesee
    Bridge repair and trail maintenance needed after damage from the 2013 floods.

Travel Club: May 13

First Plymouth Travel Club
(The Armchair-type Traveling Club)

Pilgrimage routes in Northern Spain

    Pre-dinner Attraction: Come early to see the Cole’s teardrop trailer.  They will provide some light appetizers

Saturday, May 13, 5:30P gather,
6:00P dinner, and 7:00P program

Location: First Plymouth Commons Room   

Congregation is invited to attend.

Many of you have probably heard of the Camino. The long name is the Camino de Santiago de Compostela. The translation of that is The way of St James. It is a pilgrimage route across Northern Spain, now very popular because of the movie “The Way, but also very old.  Nancy and Chip Cole traveled to Spain last fall and walked seven portions of the Camino in a group pilgrimage lead by Brad Berglund of Illuminated Journeys. The ‘real’ walk is over 400 miles needing at least 30 days and more likely 45. They experiences five regions of Spain, all of which have slightly different languages and cultures, as well as topography. Each of their seven walks were different and memorable.

For those who wish to come to the potluck dinner, please bring your own table settings and if your last name starts with A-J, please bring a main dish, K-R, a salad, S-Z, a dessert. Please  RSVP to Nancy Joe Shaw.

Men’s Breakfast: May 13

The next Men’s Breakfast is Saturday, May 13 in the First Plymouth Commons Room. We begin at 8:00A with a continental breakfast and intriguing table talk followed by an enlightening speaker. We always conclude by 10:00A.

What’s in a name? Obamacare, Trumpcare, Ryancare ACA, AHCA, Obamacare 2.0, Obamacare Lite? During our May meeting, Sam Robinson, a Microsoft healthcare program consultant and FP member, will once again explain in simple terms the state of American healthcare plans without confusing us. Sam’s entertaining style and extensive knowledge always makes for a winning combination. The President said “Nobody knew health care could be so complicated.” Well, Sam knew, and he should have asked him. Now you can ask Sam at the last Men’s Breakfast until September.

Women who want to hear Sam should plan on arriving at 9:00A. They may wish to join Cindy Eley for breakfast at 8:00A at the Panera at I-25 and Hampden.

Men’s Fellowship meets at 8:00A the second Saturday of each month  from September through May, and is open to all FP men. There are no sign-ups, no committees, and no dues. For more information, contact Bruce Glenn.

Racial Justice Film Series

Marvin Louis Booker

Marvin Louis Booker

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.