Open and affirming, ALL are welcome Sundays, 9 am in Hildebrand Hall (casual, contemporary service) and 11 am (more traditional service) in the Sanctuary.
Plymouth is known for its long-term attention and commitment to social justice advocacy and change. From hosting women's suffrage events, to protecting Chinese laborers in the late nineteenth century riots to peace movements and civil rights struggles (past and present), addressing homelessness, advocating for equal rights for the LGBTQ community, challenging issues of economic inequality and embracing immigration issues, Plymouth takes lead as a voice for progressive theology in the Northwest and beyond.
Plymouth's first services were held in 1869 in Yesler’s Hall above a Pioneer Square drug store.
The current distinctive, white building, dedicated in 1967, offers a prime example of Seattle’s mid-century modern architecture. The Sanctuary (seats over 400) underwent major renovation in 2015, including installation of a new C.B. Fisk organ.
Intertwined arts, music and worship are primary focus areas. Frequent fine art and community art installations are open to the public. Adult Choir, Children's Choir, Soul Choir and Bell Choir offer ample opportunities for participation and appreciation.
The Sanctuary's flexible seating and downtown Seattle location offers a venue for a variety of community events, especially weddings and musical events. Come visit us; Plymouth UCC extends to you an Extravagant Welcome!
Are you involved with or know about a Seattle area non profit organization that addresses social justice issues? Plymouth Church UCC is now accepting applications for the 2017 Plymouth Change Grant. Click here to find out more. Application deadline is 5 pm, June 30, 2017.
Bring good to the world this week...
You are welcome to Plymouth this Sunday!
•9 am Youth-led Worship Service, Hildebrand Hall
•10-11 am Sunday school for all children
•10 am Faith & Life Hour: Immigration & Refugee Rights with special guest speakers from two Seattle advocacy groups
•10 am Middle Youth Fellowship
•10 am Youth Fellowship
•11 am Youth-led Worship Service, Sanctuary
•12:15 pm Congregational Vote and Luncheon, Hildebrand Hall
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For those who love the poetry of Mary Oliver...
“Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it.”
― Mary Oliver
Next time you wonder about your worthiness...
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UCC gets involved!
"This is holy work, making changes in lifestyle and sharing these stories in a liturgical context would have an impact on people. Personal testimonies during worship can inspire people to make their own changes."
"We stand up against racism, colonization, imperialism, capitalism, and patriarchy,” was the proud and strong proclamation this year. “We are marching for the dignity and respect of communities worldwide and Mother Earth.” You can see the difference in focus, obviously. Which is why I love this contingent more and more every year..."
Come check out Plymouth's newly renovated Sanctuary and the beginning installation of our Fisk organ! Open this Sunday at 9 am...
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