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!
This Sunday at Plymouth, Rev. Kelle Brown returns with her message "On Being Nice" at the 11 am service.
9 am service reflection by Lori Kaid and guest musician Gary Stroutsos on flute, in Hildebrand Hall
10 am Faith & Life presents Steps to Peace with American Friends Service Committee
12:15: SELMA & Sandwiches...support Plymouth Youth Mission Trip to the American South and be inspired!
plymouthchurchseattle.org Plymouth Worship Arts Committee seeking carpenters! Like building stuff? Plymouth's arts ministry team needs your help with some basic woodworking projects, to be finished in time for our Lenten worship series. Please contact Kyna if you're interested in helping out. Kynagrace@gmail.com.
Get your tickets now for Saturday's concert at Plymouth!
As we begin the 115th Congress and a new presidential administration, we need to do all we can to protect healthcare as Congress attempts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Plymouth Church celebrates Earth Spirit, Earth Justice this month, in worship at 9 am and 11 am and in the art exhibition currently on display in HIldebrand Hall. Drop by and see the works of four artists!
Sunday Morning at Plymouth, tomorrow!
9 am service: Margot Page
10 am All Church Brunch! Music, fun and fellowship with featured art exhibition "Earth Spirit, Earth Justice" in hand with January Worship Series. Guest artists, during 10 am,include photographers Bob Turner and Rogi Eclipse and Tlinget artist Odin Lonning ( who joins us during Brunch, when he ceremonially hangs his 4 ft. long piece, "Salmon Legacy").
11 am service Donene Blair "Baptized & Called"
Communion both services
12;!5 Congregational Mtg, Sanctuary, followed by lunch in the Lounge
plymouthchurchseattle.org Enjoy Sunday Brunch! Plymouth Women’s Retreat participants host the first Sunday brunch of the New Year, 10 am, in Hildebrand Hall, this Sunday! Keeping in mind the cold weather and New Year’s resolutions, we’ll serve oatmeal, yogurt and fruit. There might be a musical surprise too! See you Sunday,…
Thanks to Alan for his arduous work in social justice. He will be missed.
As you may have heard, Seattle lost a legendary civil rights champion on Monday with the passing of Alan Sugiyama.
Alan will be remembered as a natural organizer and gifted storyteller, which allowed him to unite people on the pathway to change. Alan’s commitment to social justice began when he was young and living in Seattle’s Central District, where he served as a leader in the Asian youth movement during the 1960s and 1970s. He co-founded Seattle Central Community College’s (now Seattle Central College) Oriental Student Union and later served as a leader of the Asian Student Coalition at the University of Washington.
From co-founding the Asian Family Affair newspaper, to establishing the Center for Career Alternatives job-training and placement agency for the API community, and later heading the Asian Pacific Directors Coalition and Executive Development Institute, the lives touched by Alan’s work and advocacy are countless.
As the first Asian American elected to the Seattle School Board, Alan championed increased diversity and bilingual education. He will be remembered as an advocate for social justice, equity, and civil rights. The Seattle community owes a great debt of gratitude for his years of service.
My thoughts and prayers are with Alan’s daughters, Mari and Alysa, and his friends and family.
Start the New Year with a devotional!
Mark you calendars now for April 26, when Plymouth Church hosts Anne Lamott at Town Hall for her new book launch!
Thank you so much in advance for your help and or/blessings and prayers. I would not reach out this way if the situation were not dire. Love and God bless you GOOD.
If you can't give via the GoFundMe link below, and can donate anything at all, please send to me, Anne Lamott, c/o St Andrew Presbyterian Church, 101 Donahue Street, Marin City, Ca, 94965. xoxo
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Sunday Service: 10 AM