We welcome you to Plymouth Church. No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.
Plymouth is an open and inclusive church. We welcome all persons, without exception, to participate in worship and fellowship. we affirm the dignity and worth of all persons as children of God. By accepting the Plymouth Covenant, members are eligible to participate in all sacraments, blessings and benefits of membership, including marriage, and in the full life, programs and governance of the church.
We are all about building relationships. We believe that in Jesus Christ we develop our strongest relationship with God and with others. We also believe that God's Word gives us the foundation for this journey of faith. Everything we try to do here at Plymouth is focused on the goal of providing practical resources to help all of us grow in Christ together.
We worship together, enjoy fellowship together, work together, and seek to serve God together, all through living according to the Great Commandment: to love God and to love our neighbors as ourselves. We are just real people seeking God's answers to life, together.
What time is the worship service?
We begin at 10 a.m. in the summer. 11 a.m. September thru June.
How long does the worship service last?
About one hour. We have a fellowship time after worship for coffee, treats and conversation.
What is the worship service like?
Worship is warm and traditional. A 25 voice choir and a pipe organ lead our music. The sermon is based on scripture and is relevant to our lives.
How do I get there?
The Plymouth Sanctuary, where Sunday worship is held, is at 57 Orange Street between Hicks and Henry Streets.
By subway: 2 or 3 train to Clark St.; A or C train to High St. See the map for short walking directions.
By car: Parking is limited on the street, but a parking garage is at Henry & Orange St.
Do you have a nursery for young children?
For children two and younger we staff our nursery with trained professionals. The nursery is appropriately equipped. Children may be signed into the nursery beginning a half hour before worship.
Is there Sunday School for children?
Absolutely. Children ages 3 – 12 begin with their parents in the worship service. They are invited to come forward for the children’s message, then go to Sunday School classes with the teachers.
Do you have Classes for Adults?
Every Sunday morning at 9:45 adults are invited to “Learning to Be God’s People.”
Do you ask visitors to stand up?
No. We do hope visitors will introduce themselves before or after the worship service.
Is the sanctuary accessible?
Yes. There is a small ramp at the entrance to the church on Orange St. There is an accessible restroom beside the sanctuary.
Will Plymouth Welcome Me?
Plymouth is an open and inclusive church. We welcome all persons, without exception, to participate in worship and fellowship.