Open and affirming, ALL are welcome Sundays, 9 am contemplative meditation time in the Chapel and 10 am 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 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!
What better day to find inspiration.
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WED. SEPT. 13 WEBINAR WITH UCC DISASTER MINISTRIES' ALAN COE
How timely! At 1 p.m. Eastern on Wed., Sept. 13, the Center for Progressive Renewal #progressiverenewal weekly webinar will feature United Church of Christ Florida Conference Disaster Coordinator Rev. Alan Coe. He was UCC South Central Conference Minister for Disaster Recovery in New Orleans after Katrina and Rita. Now he's in the midst of #Irma response in Florida.
Also on the webinar: Rev. Mary Schaller Blaufuss, UCC Global Sharing of Resources Team Leader. Participation in the webinar is free but you must register: http://bit.ly/2wUTfFR
9 & 11 am worship services in the Sanctuary, 10 am Hospitality and brief update on ways to help support DACA from Immigration Attorney Janet Gwilym.
RSVP for 12:30 Homecoming luncheon!
plymouthchurchseattle.org Response to DACA Immigration Attorney Janet Gwilym speaks at 10 am, this Sunday in the Lounge regarding the administration's plan to end the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. Bring your questions!
Hear from Seattle mayoral candidates...
solid-ground.org Join the two Mayoral candidate finalists, Jenny Durkan and Cary Moon, for a debate to shine a light on how Seattle’s next mayor would address our City’s most pressing issues: Growth, Af…
This Sunday at 10 am Attorney Janet Gwilym, who works with undocumented minors, will speak about the DACA situation and share things that we can do!
crosscut.com Hours after the Trump administration announced on Tuesday that it planned to end the program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, hundreds gathered at El Centro de la Raza in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood for a rally dedicated … Continue reading →
Keep up with the UCC's Harvey response and
resources at ucc.org/disaster_hurricane_harvey
Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane and proceeded to deluge the fourth largest U.S. city of Houston and surrounding areas with more than 50 inches of rain. Then the storm shifted to impact Louisiana and parts east as well.
From the perspective of the volume of rain unloaded in the United States from a single storm, Harvey has no rival. The numbers of people impacted continues to rise with current estimates of nearly 500,000 homes affected. FEMA already has 250,000 registrations and is estimating it will get 882,000 or more. On this day, search and rescue continues.
The United Church of Christ is there NOW through local churches, UCC conference disaster coordinators, and as a strong part of coordinated response networks with wide reach. The UCC will be there for the long term with significant work as people recover their communities and rebuild their homes and lives. Your action is needed now.
ucc.org UCC Disaster Ministries is gearing up for long-term recovery work in the region. Your contributions for Harvey survivors means providing community support for holistic recovery.
UCC, standing on the side of justice
ucc.org UCC leader expresses outrage at Trump's pardon of former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio
Thanks you for giving to the hurricane relief fund through UCC.
The United Church of Christ has launched an emergency appeal to help with long term recovery following Hurricane Harvey—a monster storm that has already displaced thousands of Texans and left five people dead.
Please join us this Sunday with guest Min. Kevin Bechtold at
10 am in the Sanctuary, Rev. Steven Davis at 9 am in the Chapel.
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