Children, Youth and Families news & updates
“It’s about leaving something better for our kids. That’s how we’ve always moved this country forward, by all of us coming together on behalf of our children, folks who volunteer to coach that team, to teach that Sunday school class, because they know it takes a village.” --Michelle Obama
Dates to save:
info about all events is IN the email! Keep reading!
May 13 and 20--virtual youth group (8-8:30pm, via zoom)
May 15 and 29--Hiking Club with Dylan (9:30-11, now open to male-identified individuals 4th-12th grade!!! Sign up!)
May 16 and 23--virtual church school (9:10-10:40, via zoom) and confirmation

May 25--George Floyd Vigil in the Plymouth Parking lot
May 27--Seeing White Podcast (click the link and scroll down to the teal section. Young people grades 6 and up, and ALL parents and caring adults are invited to participate! Even if you've never attended--why not honor your own commitment to antiracism by listening to the episode, joining the discussion and taking a critical look at "whiteness.")

June 6--In person outdoor worship (9-10am) and in-person outdoor church school (10-10:40) begin! PLUS, intergenerational Water Pilgrimage (more info next week!)
June 14-18 Camp Club!
June 20th--YOUTH SUNDAY!!!

July 5-9--Peace Camp

August 2-6--Summer Spectacular Musical Camp
August 26-29--Camp Plymouth!

George Floyd Memorial Vigil
May 25
2–9 p.m.

The Racial Justice Initiative of Plymouth Congregational Church invites you to join us for a few minutes or a few hours. We will be consciously holding space for peace, love, and justice as we send our prayers to George Floyd Square, also holding a vigil and holding space on the 1 year anniversary of the murder of George Floyd.

We will gather in the Plymouth parking lot, at the intersection of Franklin and Nicollet Avenues.

Special Remembrance, 8–9 p.m. with Plymouth Clergy.
Prayer Tent open from 2-8, for:
  • Silence (9 minutes and 29 seconds every hour)
  • Poetry
  • Labyrinth for walking in prayer for loving kindness to manifest in our community
  • Small-Group Discussions
  • Water Ceremony
  • Community art, poster making, and more.