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Every Sunday  9 am on the Green

All are welcome at worship


due to the Coronavirus Pandemic we hope to resume Sunday School in the Fall.

Check out our website and Facebook page 

for regular updates including links to worship videos.

Zoom Coffee Hour suspended.

It may resume if we have demand for it.

The Worship video for  June 21 

is available for viewing.

The worship video for this week, June 28  featuring a sermon on the book of Job is available on our YouTube channel.

Worship video for July 5 featuring a sermon on the book of Job is  available here.

The worship video for July 12 featuring the beginning of a sermon series on 2 Corinthians.

The worship video for July 19 features a sermon on Forgiveness from 2 Corinthians.

The worship video for July26  features a sermon on Humility from 2 Corinthians.

The worship video for August 1 features a sermon on Becoming a new creation in Christ from 2 Corinthians.

Worship on the Green

(weather permitting)

9:00 AM

(Special Time for Summer!)

Bring your own lawn chair and face masks

f it rains on a Sunday morning

we will robo-call the congregation

with a cancellation notice. 

Council will meet following worship.

If worship is cancelled due to rain, we will meet by Zoom at 11 AM.
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Communion will resume Sunday, August 2. Either bring your own elements or receive all in one communion packs.

Scholarship Sunday, August 16

The Vine Wine Tasting and Spiritual Discussion

THE VINE Spirited Discussions and wine tasting will tackle the subject of Lifelong Learning on


Friday, August 21, 5- 6 PM

Wines, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages provided.

Location: Our Memorial Garden


Emails claiming to be from Pastor Denise are asking for church members and friends to buy gift cards.

This is a scam.

The church will never ask anyone to buy a gift card by email. Before providing any money, gifts or personal financial information to anyone, verify  that the request is legitimate.

Note the meeting day change from

Thursday to Wednesday

Prayers in the Parlor

Online Prayer Group
Join us by Zoom 10 O'Clock on

Wednesday Mornings
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or call toll free        +1 253 215 8782
when prompted enter meeting ID: 790 269 175

We are meeting on ZOOM Wednesdays at 6 PM
until we can resume Dinner Church
We are studying Paul's Epistle to the Romans. 

Zoom is easy to use by computer, smart phone or regular telephone. 
Call Denise at 860-307-8497 if you have trouble.
Email with questions.

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If you are able to send a donation to the church,

our address is:
First Congregational Church of Plymouth
10 Park Street
PO Box 293
Plymouth, CT 06782

If you have never used Zoom before, we’d encourage you to give it a try. If you go to the same link above, you’ll be guided to first download the Zoom app for your Mac, PC, tablet, or smartphone. You can even do that ahead of time. Then, when time comes for your Zoom meeting, follow the link.
If you'd like to join just by phone, either land line or cell phone, dial toll-free: 1-253-215-8782 or 1 301-715-8592. If you’re prompted to enter a Meeting ID Number, here it is: 335 353 306

Good News Thrift Shop


Thursday June 4

Masks must be worn and the store will observe limits on numbers of customers in the store at the same time for your safety. 

We will open weekly

Thurs.and Friday

from 10 AM-2 PM

We are currently accepting donations again as well.

If you would like to volunteer 

send an email.

Important Information

about the Food Pantry

“Right now, if you live in the Town of Plymouth and have an emergency need for food (true emergencies only, please!) call the Plymouth Community Food Pantry at 860-584-1750, and leave your name and phone number.


We will get back to you as soon as we can, to help meet your need for food. Also, if you are able to donate food for distribution at this time, please, also call and leave us a message.


In particular, right now, we require non-perishable, long shelf-life food items—especially needed are jelly, canned chicken, pasta, and sauce. Also, we do distribute some personal care items, especially diapers, both for children and adults.”

Little Free Library
Thanks to a generous donation by Doug Konitski, we are able to offer free books for all ages and interests at our new Little Free Library--available whenever you wish on the front steps of the church. You will find instructions for use taped to the library.

Church member Jessica Dupont posted an inspirational and educational video about the power of the natural world. View her video here.

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