We have our worship service every Sunday at 10:00 am. For more information about what to expect on a Sunday morning at Plymouth, please check out our Visitors page.
Our worship is a blend of both traditional and contemporary influences and elements. This extends to our music selections, as well. Rather than separating worship services into traditional and contemporary, we seek to blend the many expressions of music into our one worship service.
Our worship seeks to incorporate each of the four voices of Plymouth United Church:
As Jesus opened his understanding of God in thought and experience, so do we!
As Jesus set aside time to be still and listen for God, so do we!
As Jesus accepted those who were shunned in his society, so do we!
As Jesus spoke against his culture’s domination system and advocated for the equality of all, so do we!
We celebrate two sacraments at Plymouth United Church: baptism and communion. We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of every month. Our communion celebration is an open table; all people are invited to join in communion as God’s children.
We also celebrate baptism of infants, children, and adults. If you have already been baptized in another church of any denomination, Plymouth United Church recognizes your baptism.