Open & Affirming - Wage Peace - Anti-Racist
Whoever you are, wherever you are on life's journey,
You are welcome here.
Plymouth UCC is an open and affirming congregation. We are a vibrant church of ordinary people celebrating God’s extraordinary and unconditional love. We celebrate the diversity of gender, age, ability, race, culture, sexual orientation, and economic status.
News & Announcements
Beloveds, perhaps you are in need of a safe and healing space to process your grief and loss with others who are also on this journey....Continue reading
This synod will be entirely virtual, so anyone can attend. Sandy Swayman has been elected as a Michigan delegate to synod. She would love to have...Continue reading
Celebrating 40+ years of memories with a HOT DOG SUNDAY Re-Member Mission Trip Fund Raiser. Remember when…. the Sunday of the first full weekend of June involved working at...Continue reading
Recently, you received an emailed invitation to sign in to our new member database. After creating an account, you can conveniently access our directory via the...Continue reading
To carry out programs and ministries, Plymouth is organized into a church council, boards, committees, and task forces. Learn more
From children’s ministries to book club to board of trustees, we also have a variety of programs, fellowship opportunities, and ministries to help you get involved in the life of the church.
We believe that this world and everything and everyone within it are God’s.
We believe in love. We are all children of God created with love — regardless of race, culture, religious belief, sexual orientation or identity, or where we come from.
Be you, be bold, be love!
We believe we are called to follow Jesus, who showed unconditional love and justice for all people.
Doing Really Good Stuff
Social justice, advocacy, and mission work are central to Plymouth UCC’s life and identity.
Some of our recent involvement includes: attending vigils and protests (Black Lives Matter, Rapid Response to ICE, End Human Detention Camps), hosting a booth at the Grand Rapids Pride Festival, organizing roadside trash clean-up, and working alongside the Lakota people at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
God is still speaking.