Events

Plymouth is again a host site for Make Music Madison on Wednesday, June 21st.  Make Music Madison is an annual citywide, free, outdoor day of music held on the summer solstice (see their website http://www.makemusicmadison.org/ for information on other sites).We have an excellent schedule of performers, and their performance space will be the front yard of our church, where we will set up a sun canopy and folding chairs (but feel free to bring a blanket to spread on the grass, or your own chairs.  If there is rain, performances will move inside. 

 MMM 2016 dietz

This is always a fun, relaxing event, and a great way to kick off the summer with music.  The event is free, although a free will offering for the artists is always welcome!

 

Performance schedule:

Granuaile                    12:00 – 1:00 pm          Celtic

Bayou Spice Blend     1:00 – 2:00 pm            Cajun/Blues/Folk/Country

John Stano                  2:00 – 3:00 pm            Folk Blues Americana/Bluegrass

Jason Moon                6:00 – 7:00 pm            Folk/Americana

Brother Rye                7:00 – 8:00 pm            Indi-Folk/Americana/Bluegrass/Rock

MAUI                           8:00 – 9:00 pm            Pop

(Madison Area Ukulele Initiative)

 


Past Events

Celebrate the blessings of creation with us with music!

On Sunday April 23rd, Ken Lonnquist, noted local musician, storyteller, and environmental activist will help us celebrate Earth Day in a free concert.  Before the concert, Lonnquist will lead a workshop for kids, teaching them songs for the concert.

The schedule for this Earth Day Event is:

9:30 am worship service (Lonnquist will lead us in song early in the service, and at about 9:45 am will leave with the kids for a musical workshop in our Fellowship Hall)

10:30 am: refreshments

11:00 am: concert

All are invited to join us for any/all parts of this event!


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  MOVING FROM CHARITY TO JUSTICE: A WORKSHOP IN ADVOCACY

Across time and place, people have been inspired and impelled to speak out in the public square.  To help us live out our commitment to social justice advocacy, Wisconsin Faith Voices for Justice and Plymouth Congregational UCC present Moving From Charity to Justice: A Workshop in Advocacy. This two-session workshop introduces participants to the challenges and opportunities for engagement in advocacy; explores the many forms advocacy can take, and trains participants in the nuts and bolts of advocacy – how to write an effective Letter to the Editor or an Op-ed; how to conduct an advocacy campaign; how to present testimony before a school board or a legislative committee hearing; and how to make a lobby visit to your elected official.

SESSION 1: Thursday March 23rd, 7:00-9:00 pm – In-person advocacy: presenting testimony, making lobby visits

 SESSION 2: Thursday April 6th, 7:00-9:00 pm – Nuts & bolts of advocacy; effective letter writing

 (Note: you can attend one or both sessions)

WHERE: Plymouth Congregational UCC, 2401 Atwood Avenue (corner of Ohio Avenue); Street parking, except handicap parking available behind the church (accessed by Somers Avenue)

COST: Free (free-will offering for WI Faith Voices for Justice welcomed)

LIMITED SPACES; RSVP to lschenk@pcucc.org or 608-249-1537 by March 16, if possible.