"A Continuing Work of God's Hands"


WorshipSundays, 10:00 am

Chapel Communion Serviceresumes Sunday, January 11, 8:00 am.

Worship & Communion: First and Third Sundays

Worship & Healing: Fifth Sundays

Christian Education/Chapel Class:Sundays, 9:00 am

Bible Study: Wednesdays, 5:15 pm.

Small Group Study: Wednesdays, 6:45 - 7:30 pm.


Welcoming Group,  Sunday, February 1, 11:30 am to 2:30 pm

If your faith journey is leading you to explore becoming a member of Plymouth Church, this one-time required session is what you need.  Our time together will focus on orientation, conversation, interpretation, and exploration.  It is an opportunity for you to ask questions and to meet others who are considering affirming their formal relationship with the congregation.  

Church membership carries the privilege and responsibility of voting in congregational meetings.  It also opens the door to serving as an elected leader through board membership or office of the church.

Rev. Ruth E. Phillips leads this group session.  Please contact her at 423-9424, ext. 322,  or email rep@plymouthfw.org  to register your intention to participate.  A light lunch is provided.  


AN ECONOMIST WILL TELL YOU…   At the Sunday February 8 meeting of the Amazing Grays

Dr. Bill Argus will be speaking on the topic of, “Economics: A Moral Dilemma?”

The Amazing Grays will be testing the economic perception that “there is no such thing as a free lunch” at this meeting!  We are offering a FREE LUNCH to all who make reservations for the luncheon and the lecture by Thursday, February 5 by 5:00!  This will give Rhonda an estimate of how many plan to attend the luncheon.  If you have not made reservations by the deadline on Thursday, you are welcome to attend the luncheon and the lecture for a donation payable at the door. 



The ICMEP - Two Films in February


Thursday, February 5, 6:00-9:00 pm, Allen County Public Library Theater, Downtown. We hear from Dr. Clayborne Carson, head of Stanford University's Martin Luther King Jr. Research Institute, and screen his film, Al Helm: Martin Luther King in Palestine.  Coretta Scott King gave Dr. Carson custody of her husband's papers upon his death.  The film traces Dr. Carson as he leads an African-American youth singing and theater group to Palestine to perform with the Palestine National Theater a play he wrote about Dr. King.  The youth find parallel stories between what they observe about the Palestinian experience and their own in the US civil rights struggle


Friday, February 13, 6:30 pm, Manchester University College of Pharmacy Theater, DuPont Campus, 10627 Diebold Road, Fort Wayne.The award-winning Slingshot Hip Hop, braids together the stories of young Palestinians living in Gaza, the West Bank and inside Israel as they discover Hip Hop and employ it as a tool to surmount divisions imposed by occupation and poverty. From internal checkpoints and Separation Walls to gender norms and generational differences, this is the story of young people crossing the borders that separate them


2015 Plymouth Spring & Summer Music Series


Choral Masterworks by Martin and Lauridsen, Sunday, March 15, 4:00 pm


This special concert by Heartland, the region’s professional choral ensemble, includes LUX AETERNA by Morten Lauridsen, and the MASS for double chorus by Frank Martin. Great voices in a great room equal a stellar experience!


 An Organ Mystery, Sunday, May 3, 2:00 pm


This program places the audience in the role of detective. Who is the organist? What’s being performed? A cryptic program and performances by organists incognito are your clues. Come prepared to enjoy great music—while you solve the mystery. Fun for the entire family!


Plymouth Summer Arts Festival, July 12 – 19


During the Three Rivers Festival, Plymouth Church hosts very special performances.


Mark your calendars now and watch for more details!



SAVE THE DATE: 2015 Women's Retreat

Women's Retreat Scheduled for Saturday, April 18, at the Victory Noll Retreat Center, Huntington. Watch for more details!


Does Plymouth Know Your Address, Phone, or Email  Has Changed?

If any of your contact information changed in 2014, did you remember to let us know at Plymouth? Without updated contact information, you may be missing important facts from Plymouth about upcoming events, or even word from Plymouth members & friends who are trying to reach you! To update your information, please email Suzanne at sls@plymouthfw.org, or call her at 423-9424. Office hours are 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Tuesdays through Fridays.



If you or a loved one is hospitalized in 2015, and you would like the ministers at Plymouth to be informed, please inform the hospital chaplain's office or the hospital admissions office. Privacy laws prevent hospitals from giving out that information without your instructions.