MAY IS MISSION MONTH!

Whether your heart calls out to build housing for low-income families, empower New Yorkers, helping them to reenter the work force, support trafficking survivors, or feed the hungry - May at Plymouth will give you plenty of opportunities to lend a hand for Mission. Keep checking back as new oportunities will continue to be added throughout the month.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY: Queens

SATURDAY, APRIL 29

We are kicking off Mission Month at the tail end of April with a chance to work with Habitat for Humanity and rehab a single low income family home in Queens. 


PROJECT: Chocolate CHiP Cookie

During the month of May, our Sunday School children on both Wednesdays and Sundays will be baking chocolate chip cookies for the homeless people served by CHiPS (Christian Help in Park Slope) and it's soup kitchen. We were told by the CHiPS director that they do not have funds to serve dessert - that's where we come in! The cookies will be delivered weekly and put in each person's lunch bag as a welcome treat.


READ ALOUD WITH BKS!

MONDAY, MAY 1 - FRIDAY, MAY 5

The Brooklyn Kindergarten Society is inviting you to visit their centers and Read Aloud to their children as part of Children's Book Week. Three of their centers will be participating - Sumner, Tompkins and Weeksville Gardens. BKS has chosen the book for you to read, as well as a small art project you can help the kids work on after the reading. 


THE MISSION SCHOOL OF HOPE

SUNDAY, MAY 7, 9:45 AM

We welcome Rev. Charles Sagay from the Mission School of Hope in Cameroon.  Join Charles for breakfast at 9:45 am and hear wonderful news of the school and madical facilities programPlymouth has been blessed with a long partnership with Charles and the school's mission to reach out to the Baka (Pygmy) Tribe.


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YOUTH RETREAT

FRIDAY, MAY 12 - SATURDAY, MAY 13

Calling all youth 7th grade and up! Plymouth welcomes youth and friends to a two night retreat. Meeting at Plymouth on Friday, we will head to YSOP (Youth Service Opportunities Project) in Manhattan overnight and for a Saturday of service. Saturday evening we will return to Plymouth where we will continue the retreat through Sunday morning. Please contact Carol Younger for more info.


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THE HOPE PROGRAM

MONDAY, MAY 22, 4-6 PM

The HOPE PROGRAM empowers New Yorkers living in poverty to achieve economic self-sufficiency through employment and advancement. Join us and assist HOPE students by providing one-on-one mock interviews to better prepare them to enter the workforce.