Seek and you will find your place at Plymouth

Community life at Plymouth is a high priority. We are a group of interesting and diverse people who foster a sense of curiosity about and care for one another. Plymouth ministers, trained members of the congregation and support groups provide assistance in times of need.

  • Small Groups

    Plymouth’s small groups offer fellowship for members and friends.

  • Pastoral Care

    As a faith community, we turn to one another for support and nurturing during life’s difficult times. Clergy are available for listening, encouragement, support and pastoral care.

  • Membership

    We welcome all to join our progressive Christian community. We strive to be spiritual, loving, relevant and transforming. Here is our Prospective Member Form.

  • Addiction Recovery

    Faith Partners in Recovery brings the hope of the joy of recovery from chemical addiction by educating and providing resources for those in recovery and their families.

  • Grief & Loss

    The Downtown Coalition for Grief Support provides education and support for those grieving the death of a loved one. The Coalition is committed to providing a respectful and caring atmosphere, inclusive of all faiths. Group meetings are held each Saturday, 9:30–11:30 am, at one of nine downtown churches (click here for schedule). Each meeting includes an educational presentation or personal story of grief and recovery followed by small group discussions. Groups are led by trained facilitators who understand grief from their own personal experience. Contact: Carla Bailey (612) 871-7400.