Mission Highlights

October Mission Offering / Plymouth Shelter
We give our time and talents as hosts of the shelter for 5 weeks.  Many are giving of their time by cooking awesome dinners and staying the night with our guests.  This communion offering defrays the direct costs of breakfast and basic supplies.  Even if you didn't get to sign up to help, you can stay connected with your talents.  Make your gift using the mission offering envelope on Sunday or make your gift online to the mission fund here.

Everyone Deserves the Chance to Work and Grow - Weds. Nov 9

The HOPE PROGRAM empowers New Yorkers living in poverty to achieve economic self-sufficiency through employment and advancement.

You can help.  Click here to see how The Hope Program works.

Join us on November 9 from to 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm to assist students with interviewing and job skills.

Sign up here

2016 Spring Mission Weeks Review in Pictures


We Are the New Abolitionists

The January 31 Anti Human Trafficking event organized and presented at Plymouth, delivered on its promise to educate as well as lift up with opportunities to DO something.  It is the DOING that gives arms and legs to the message.  We will continue!

The Congregationalist - March edition Check out the story about our Anti-Human Trafficking event in the official magazine of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches (NACCC) of which Plymouth Church is a member.
Hear DA Ken Thompson's address to congregation, introduced by Rev. Tom Lenhart and Sanctuary For Families' Dorchen Leidtholt.
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