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.


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! 


Throughout the year Plymouth provides service opportunities through such programs as hosting a shelter in October, Habitat for Humanity, Hope Program and Brooklyn Delivers.  Check back for those opportunities.  

from trauma to tranquility - lenten service project 2017

This Lenten season we continue our work for those who are enslaved and oppressed. Building on Plymouth's past to help those who are in need today, we bring God's shalom to those in our community. Our Lenten Service Project is not about giving things up, but taking things on that matter in the lives of people.

Mission: queens / april 29 - 30

We are taking a team of 15 to Jamaica, Queens to work with Habitat for Humanity NYC on rehabbing single family homes for low-income families. Volunteers must be 16 or older.

Mission: west virginia / august 13 - 19

Appalachian Service Project (ASP) connects volunteers with people living below the poverty line to make their homes warmer, safer, drier. A team from Plymouth is going to West Virginia to spend one week at an ASP center to serve those in need. Volunteers must be 14 or older to participate. 

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.  

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.

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.


Mission offering

Plymouth's Mission Offering for the month of March will go to GEMS (Girls Educational and Mentoring Services) to support their worthy and unceasing work in the field of anti-human trafficking.

GEMS' mission is to empower girls and young women, ages 12–24, who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking to exit the commercial sex industry and develop to their full potential. GEMS is committed to ending commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking of children by changing individual lives, transforming public perception, and revolutionizing the systems and policies that impact sexually exploited youth. GEMS works closely with Sanctuary for Families.