During the 8th Century, the church began observing Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent, as a solemn day of confession. The journey of Easter begins with the sign of ashes, an ancient sign that speaks of the frailty and uncertainty of human life.

sundays, march 5 - april 9 - psalms for today, 9:45 am

The Book of Psalms includes blues songs, praise songs and love songs. Each Sunday morning of Lent a Plymouth member will help us hear a different psalm.

sunday april 9 - palm passion sunday worship service - 9:45 am & 11 am

When Jesus rode into Jerusalem, people lined the streets and waved palms. We remember the Royal Entry and a week that changed the world.

thursday, april 13 - maundy thursday agape feast & communion - 6:30 pm

Plymouth marks Maundy Thursday with an ancient Agape service, a common meal that ends with communion. This is for all family members. Sign up to bring something for this potluck meal.

friday, april 14 - good friday service - 7 pm

We remember the cross with the early church's custom of Tenebrae - the extinguising of candles to remember Christ's death.

saturday, april 15 - holy saturday

9 am - 10:30 am - SANCTUARY open for prayer and meditation

Join Jesus' followers who rested and prayed on this Sabbath day. This will be a silent experience. Reading and prayers will be available.

easter egg coloring & decoration - 4 pm

Sunday School gets ready for Easter. Join us. We'll be dyeing eggs and preparing for our Easter Egg Hunt.

sunday, april 16 - easter sunday

We will celebrate the Risen Christ as the first disciples did, with the joyful declaration, "Christ is risen!".

Sunday service - 6:30 am

worship service - 11 am

easter egg hunt - 12:15 pm