Children and Youth: Youth Groups, Wednesday Night Live, Children's Choir, Youth Music Ensemble, Toddler & Infant Care, Our Whole Lives/Sexuality and Our Faith (OWL). Learn more...

Christian Education: Chapel Forum for Adults, Pastor’s Bible Study, Small Group Studies, Women’s Book Study Group, Senior High, Middle School Explorers, Children’s Classes, Pre-School Class. Learn more...

Young Adults: More information coming soon.

Small Groups: Amazing Grays, Knife & Fork, Mothers of Young Children, Retired Men’s Breakfast, Standish Circle, Knit & Kibitz, Caring Task Force. Learn more...


New Link to Plymouth Library Catalog

The Plymouth Library Task Force is working diligently to organize and catalog the books in the Louise Folsom Memorial Library.  About thirty books have been entered online so far; the group will continue adding books during their weekly work sessions. Check out the online link below!                                        



What do Westminster Abbey, the Opera House in Sydney Australia, the main chamber of the US House of Representatives, and Plymouth Church have in common?  

They all have hearing loops installed.

A hearing loop helps persons who use hearing aids that are equipped with T-coils hear sounds from a PA system directly and clearly in the hearing aids, because it reduces or cuts out background noise. It provides a magnetic, wireless signal that is picked up by the hearing aid when it is set to ‘T’ (Telecoil) setting. The system consists of a microphone to pick up the spoken word; an amplifier which processes the signal which is then sent through the final piece; the loop cable, a wire placed around the perimeter of a room or sanctuary to act as an antenna that radiates the magnetic signal to the hearing aid. 

By selecting the ‘T’ setting, a hearing aid user can pick up the sounds spoken into the PA system’s microphone instead of the hearing aid’s internal microphone. This results in improved speech understanding because the listener receives a clear signal without any background noise.

For more information, please contact John Escosa or Lucy Hess.