Plymouth United Church of Christ

On this last weekend of May, as we continue to experience horrible unfolding events, we are holding in prayer the family and friends of George Floyd, and the people of Minneapolis, and all those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Congratulations and Blessings to all Grads!  Thank you teachers, school administrators and employees, and parents for helping our young people be the best that they can be! Blessings for those starting or trying to start along new paths in their life’s journey in these challenging times.
Be Safe, Be Well.  God be with you!
Special note related to the Coronavirus:  Following public health directives and to help ensure the safety and well-being of all our neighbors, our church activities (including worship services and various meetings) are being done through electronic, rather than in-person, gatherings (through June, subject to change), as well as church meetings and meetings of outside user groups.  We truly miss being able to welcome you on Sunday mornings and to have our building open every day for various community groups to meet.  When it is safe for everyone to gather in groups again, we look forward to opening our doors to you, wherever you are in your life and faith journey. 
Note that the Atwood Personal Essentials Pantry continues to be open and serving the needs of the community during their regular hours (Sunday 12-2 pm, Thursday 11:30 am – 3:00 pm). This is subject to change.   You can donate to PEP Atwood here
We very much believe that “church” is not about a building, but about a community of people helping each other on their life and faith journeys, so the life of this faith community continues.  We continue to answer the call to “be the church,” offering loving kindness, care, and peace to one another.  “Virtual worship” materials will be shared on this space each week.  You are also invited to check out the messages from Pastor Leslie on our “blog” page.  Even though we may not be able to connect physically, we are connected spiritually. Keep checking this site and our Facebook page for updates. Peace and blessings to all.  Be well, and God bless!
We have been a part of Madison’s near east side community for over one hundred years, located at the corner of Atwood Avenue and Ohio Street. Part of the United Church of Christ, Plymouth is a community of faith that seeks to respond to the Gospel of Jesus Christ in word and deed. We are a congregation open and affirming of all ages, races, church backgrounds, sexual orientation, and gender identity. We are a congregation that believes in Peace with Justice for all people.  We are an Immigrant-Welcoming , Just Peace, Dementia-Friendly congregation.  We welcome you to join us in making our community and our world a more loving, peaceful, and kind place to live.