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Welcome to Plymouth Congregational Church

Plymouth Congregational Church is a lively, open-minded spiritual community of 2,000 members welcoming all people and all families.

Committed to social action since our founding in 1857, Plymouth extends compassion to communities near and far, engages today’s issues in light of tradition and embraces the change we want to see. Grounded in the Christian faith, we nurture thoughtful approaches to spirituality in children, youth and adults. We are spiritual, loving, relevant and transforming.  

The church, located between LaSalle and Nicollet Avenues and Groveland and Franklin Avenues, at the southern edge of downtown Minneapolis, draws worshippers from around the Twin Cities metro area.

Learn more about our Plymouth identity, expressed through four core words.

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Life at Plymouth

Come to Sunday worship
First Service, especially for young families, 9:50 a.m.
Sanctuary service, 10:30 a.m.
Location and parking

Our Annual Meeting is June 14, following the 10:30 service.

Peace Camp's theme is High-Seas Adventure; it docks at Plymouth June 29 through July 2. To register your child, click here.

Plymouth has an opening for a part-time custodian; learn more here.

Rally June 11 for Great River Landing, a supportive housing partnership between Plymouth, Westminster Presbyterian, Better Futures Minnesota and Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative. The project will house men who are committed to changing the trajectory of their lives but are hampered by chronic unemployment, chronic homelessness and a criminal history. Watch the video now and learn more about this exciting project.

Plymouth Family Camp at Pilgrim Point takes place Aug. 14–16, 2015. Learn more, register, join in the fun!

Now on view: The Plymouth members art show! Don't miss these outstanding works of art by more than 20 Plymouth members. Bowl created by Ann Tandy-Treiber; Susan Larson's painting is titled "Sheep Shall Safely Graze."

Watch our Habitat for Humanity team video—one of Plymouth's many outreach opportunities and education. Our team built a new home just a mile from church in May. See our Facebook page for photos.

Senior Minister Search: Read the Ministerial Search Committee's FAQ (PDF) document here.
Learn more about the kind of Senior Minister we are seeking at . Share your thoughts about the search for a new senior minister with the Ministerial Search Committee through their confidential email:

Rainbow flag Plymouth is an Open and Affirming Congregation. We welcome the LGBT community into the full life and ministry of the church.

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Online Church School registration

New governance materials are online.

"Growth Through Change" is our theme for the 2015 Annual Giving Campaign.

Give or pledge to our capital campaign, Foundations for Our Future. Pledge online or learn more, watch the Foundations video or the Sharing Plymouth video or the Third Sunday video or read the capital campaign goals, statement and Q&A.

In case of inclement weather, please use your best judgment. Our building closing and cancellation policy is here.

Make an Online Contribution: Point to "Giving" above.



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