Church Council Retreat Wrap-Up

By Plymouth Moderator Jo Matthew This past Friday and Saturday, the church council met at Lake Livingston for their annual retreat. We enjoyed a Friday evening of food, laughter, fire sitting and learning leadership skills. We all gathered Saturday for early morning meditation at the water’s edge sitting in a...

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Tackle Hunger in the Souper Bowl of Caring

Get ready, Plymouth! Sunday, February 3 isn’t just Super Bowl Sunday – it’s also the day that Plymouth kicks off a food drive for Northwest Assistance Ministries (NAM) as part of the Souper Bowl of Caring! We are proud to join the over 14,000 churches, schools, businesses, and community groups...

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Settegast Heights Christmas Party

The Settegast Heights Christmas Party last Saturday was a great success!  There were crafts and train rides and to top it off Mr. & Mrs. Claus were there!!  Needless to say there were lots of smiling faces! [nggallery id=4]

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NAM Garden – Boy Scout Work Day

On Saturday, December 8, 2012, Boy Scout Troop 1323 pitched in with Plymouth’s NAM Garden team to completely rebuild one of the NAM Garden beds behind the church that was in need of repair. A big thank you to the Boy Scouts for their hard work! Plymouth’s NAM Garden provides...

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Seeing Plymouth Through God’s Eyes

On Sunday, November 25th Rev. Ginny invited Plymouth to creatively give thanks for Plymouth by taking pictures of what we love about Plymouth! All Sunday morning, Plymouth members took pictures with cell phones and cameras and posted these pictures to the Plymouth Facebook page and Instagram page. Below are some...

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Generosity Pledge Update

As most of you know, the 2013 budget was passed at the Congregational meeting last Sunday. As of this date, we have received pledges totaling $164,960. This is 85% of the amount we will need to pay for all of the items we want to fund in 2013. So needless...

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Unite for Understanding Focuses on Religious Diversity

Plymouth United Church, United Church of Christ’s pastor, Rev. Dr. Ginny Brown Daniel, recently participated in a community forum on religious diversity held by the Klein Independent School District (KISD). The forum was a first for the district, which has earned the Anti-Defamation League’s designation as a Community of Respect...

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Generosity Campaign is in Full Swing

Many thanks to all of you who returned Generosity pledge cards last Sunday. However, if you are among the folks who were not in church last week, and you haven’t turned in your card, don’t worry – it’s never too late to pledge your time, talent, and financial support to...

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NAM Gift Bags

It’s time for the NAM Toy and Gift Drive. The NAM bags are in the Narthex. Please take a bag, sign your name on the sign up sheet, and return your filled bag by December 9. Thank you for sharing your abundance with children in our community. If you have...

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Settegast Christmas

It is that time of year again where we gear up for the Settegast Heights Village Christmas party. The party is being held Saturday, December 8 from 11:00 – 2:00. Plymouth has been asked to provide gifts for 40 children/seniors. We suggest that you spend between $30 – $35 per...

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The Generosity Campaign is Beginning!

What an incredible year it has been at Plymouth United Church! We have welcomed 26 new members so far this year, our children’s’ Sunday School is flourishing, our Wednesday night book studies have expanded to 2 groups, our garden has provided over 1000 pounds of fresh produce for our neighbors...

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Imagine What’s Possible Kicks Into Gear

It has been two months since our Imagine What’s Possible kick off celebration. Projects are being researched and developed. Our teams are going beyond due diligence to ensure the absolute best use of Plymouth’s resources. While this means we haven’t completed any of our projects, we feel that it is...

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Imagine What’s Possible Starts to Become Reality

Great news from your Imagine What’s Possible team: things have begun! We have active bids on our attic insulation improvements, our Master Plan group has started coordinating to ensure we meet the needs of our growing congregation, and we have made an initial payment toward our loan. Even though this...

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Plymouth Celebrates Commitment Sunday for Imagine What’s Possible!

Plymouth United Church celebrated a congregation-wide commitment to a three-year, $250,000 campaign to “Imagine What’s Possible” for the future growth and needs of the church. The campaign continues through May 2015. Major projects that will be addressed through “Imagine What’s Possible” include: – Installation of a sprinkler system on the...

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