God wants to use your gifts and skills to make a difference. There are several opportunities to serve at Plymouth Church no matter where you are in the world.
SERVE OUR COMMUNITY
Mission school of hope breakfast | Sunday, April 29 | 9:45 am
Join us in the Reception Room for a celebration breakfast with Charles Sagay, Director of the Mission School of Hope in Cameroon. Hear wonderful news of the school and medical facilities program.
Brush with Kindness: Brooklyn | Saturday, May 12
Lend a hand with Habitat for Humanity and join us at a Brush With Kindness. We will be helping to paint the Langston Hughes Senior Center in Brownsville, Brooklyn. Transport and brush details to follow. Suitable for age 14 and over.
Everyone Deserves the Chance to Work and Grow
The HOPE PROGRAM empowers New Yorkers living in poverty to achieve economic self-sufficiency through employment and advancement. Volunteers from Plymouth assist HOPE students by providing practice one-on-one interviews to better prepare them to enter the workforce. Join us!
The Plymouth Homeless Shelter
Each October, we welcome homeless members of our community, and share with them home-cooked meals, a safe place to sleep, and fellowship.
SERVE @ PLYMOUTH
Volunteers on Sunday
Ushers and Greeters are a key in welcoming members and visitors and making them feel at home. There are also a few tasks which help to ensure a smooth worship service. For contact information or to sign up,
Underground Thrift Store
Whether you can volunteer on a Sunday after church or a Friday morning, your helping hands will support the continued fight to end human-trafficking and be part of a wonderful asset to the Brooklyn Heights community. Join our stalwart thrift store team!
the anti-human trafficking ministry
Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery. Plymouth’s anti-trafficking ministry, The New Abolitionists, works with organizations such as Sanctuary for Families and Restore NYC to help the end human trafficking here in Brooklyn and New York City.