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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. We will be meeting June 25 at 11:00A.

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.

Enough said.

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Women’s Retreat: Fall 2017

First Plymouth’s Fall Women’s Retreat
“Unmasking the Inner Divine”
September 15-17, 2017
Join us for a weekend of unveiling and reclaiming the divine essence in each of us! At the heart of our retreat will be a special mask-making workshop in which you’ll be led through a journey of awakening and self discovery. Through spiritual practices, prayer, song, and art-making, we’ll explore the various masks we’ve worn over the years and discover the mask that feels most authentic to share with the world now. The weekend will also include play, worship, movement, and relaxation at La Foret Conference & Retreat Center in Colorado Springs. The retreat begins with dinner Friday night and ends mid-morning on Sunday.
Cost:
$145 before August 15
$160 after August 15
$50 Saturday only
Registration forms can be downloaded here or found at Mission Central.

First Plymouth member contacts are Deborah Arca, Anya Beebe, Marian Camden, and Cindy Eley.

The Group: June 24, 2017

“The Group” will meet Saturday, June 24, 2017,  at 6:00 pm at the home of Gigi and Tom Van Egeren at 8 Sycamore Lane, Littleton  80127.
Directions from the church:

  1.  go west on Hwy 285 (Hampton)
  2. Take Hwy 285 to the C-470 exit, head south on C-470
  3. Take the Ken Caryl exit, turn right, go west to first traffic light and veer left at light onto South Valley Road.
  4. Turn right on Valley Parkway (top of the hill)
  5. Turn at first left onto White Oak, go to first stop sign and turn
    left onto Desert Willow.
  6. Take first left on to Sycamore Lane.
  7.  The Van Egerens are the third house on the right (#8)  in a cul-de-sac.

If you have any trouble with directions, call 303-979-6626.

(The trip takes about 25 – 30 minutes from Church.)

Please bring a hearty appetizer, dessert, and/or a bottle of wine to share. New members are always welcome.

Open Position

Director – First Plymouth Learning Center

Seeking a qualified Director to manage the day-to-day activities of the First Plymouth Learning Center, which is a preschool and parent’s day out program, including pre-kindergarten, operated by First Plymouth Congregational Church, 3501 S. Colorado Blvd, Englewood. Candidates must meet Colorado licensing requirements and have previous experience in managing a preschool/PDO program. Candidates must also demonstrate effective communication, marketing, and organizational skills and be computer-literate, personable, and nurturing. Hours are Tuesday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., plus additional time commitments as required. Interested candidates please contact Noanie Geistert. Send resume via e-mail along with a completed job application (link below) and responses to 3 attached written questions. Applications accepted beginning May 3 and must be submitted by June 5.
Please contact Noanie Geistert at 303-762-0616 with your questions.

Job Description
Director Qualifications
Job Application
Job Questionaire

Website:    www.fplc.org

 

Kantorei in Concert Sunday, May 21 at 3:00P

The final performance of Kantorei’s 20th anniversary takes place in the Sanctuary, Sunday, May 21 at 3:00P. The celebration features spirituals and hymns, both rousing and contemplative. For this special celebration, Kantorei will feature guest artist Mark Hayes, an internationally known and award-winning composer, arranger, concert pianist and conductor. And– you will not want to miss the celebratory performance of Holst’s Nunc Dimittis, they invite all Kantorei alumni to the stage for a mass performance conducted by Richard Larson. It will truly be a night to remember. Tickets are available at the Kantorei website.

Can’t make the concert? Join us for worship at 10:00A May 21 when Mark Hayes along with Frank Perko III, and the First Plymouth Chancel Choir lead us in a special worship service of music and poetry.

 

Temple Sinai Community Blood Drive

Monday, May 22 ~ 2:30 – 6:30 pm
3509 South Glencoe Street

To schedule an appointment please contact

Dan Keller at 720.253.8775 or DanKeller18@gmail.com.

Donors with a tattoo from a licensed shop in Colorado or one of 38 other states are now able to donate without needing to wait 12 months.

For more information please contact Bonfils at 303.363.2202.

 

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