Sunday, March 10 | Lent I
SPRING AHEAD! | Turn your clocks forward this week.
Nursery care is year round @ 9:30 am for children up to 3 years old.
Lenten Faith Ed: Called to Work | Sundays through Lent @ 9:45 am
God calls each of us to work in different ways. Come explore others’ stories of finding purpose and reflect on your own sense of calling and direction. 
Erica Cooper, Brett Younger, and Carol Younger are leading these conversations of that day's worship text.
Worship @ 11:00 am
"Work in Our Lives" | 1 Samuel 3:1-10 | Brett Younger, preaching
Sunday School for children begins @ 11:00 am in Worship.
The Underground Thrift Store | 12:30 - 4:00 pm
News 12 came to check out our Spring Opening last week!
Lenten Worship @ Plymouth
During Lent, we reflect on our calling to live as followers of Christ. For five Sundays we think about what it means to be "Working with Purpose."  

March 10 "Our Life's Work" | 1 Samuel 3:1-10
March 17 "God at Work" | Luke 5:1-11
March 24 "Work's Challenges" | Exodus 17:1-7
March 31 "Work, Service & Calling" | John 13:3-5,12-15
April 7 "The Next Chapter" | Genesis 18:1-15
March 3 | "Looking for God at Church" |  1 Kings 8 | Brett Younger, preaching
Printed editions of Plymouth Pulpit are available in the reception area and entrances to the Sanctuary.
Social Justice @ Plymouth
Sunday, March 24 | 12:30 pm, The Reception Room
New York State's parole system is broken. Almost half of the people on parole in New York wind up back in prison, with most re-incarcerations due to technical violations that are not crimes.

The New York State Legislature is taking up a comprehensive package of criminal justice and parole reform bills, addressing some of the challenges that make our prison system a needless revolving door.

Learn about our current system, the proposed reforms, and what you can do to help people get back on their feet and stay out of prisons.

  • Eric Gonzalez, Brooklyn District Attorney
  • Vincent Schiraldi, Senior Research Scientist at Justice Lab of Columbia University
  • Rob De Leon, Associate Vice President of Programs at The Fortune Society
  • Donna Hylton, Director of the Women and Girls Project at the Katal Center for Health, Equity and Justice.

Moderated by Celeste Katz, Co-Host of WBAI-FM New York's "Driving Forces".
Penitential Pancakes
Plymouth Pancakes a success!
Thank you to the wonderful group of Plymouth people who made last Sunday's pancake lunch and races so fun! Check out Alex Yaggy's photos of the festivities.
My paper plate was not designed to hold syrup, but I covered it with fluffy golden layers drenched in melted butter and soaked in a sweet amber river of maple deliciousness. Whoever decided overeating should be the prelude to penitence was a genius... Read on for Brett's take on all things pancake...
For Children & Youth
Friday Fellowship | Fridays @ 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Sunday School children of all ages are invited to join us weekly for free play in our classroom followed by playtime in the gym and playground, weather permitting. 
Rise & Shine | Tuesdays & Wednesday @ 9:30 - 11:00 pm
Join us for this informal play group that familiarizes children under the age of three with a classroom setting. An age appropriate art project, toys and friends engage the children, giving the adults an opportunity to chat. All are welcome.
Senior Youth Mission Retreat | Friday, April 5 - Saturday, April 6
The Senior Youth group will go on an overnight Mission Retreat, staying at the Youth Services Opportunities Project (YSOP) Workcamp at the Friends Meeting House in Manhattan. The retreat begins at 4:00 pm Friday and ends at 5:00 pm on Saturday. Cost for the retreat is $115/student. Scholarships are available. Sign up by Sunday, March 10th. If you have questions, please email Erica Cooper.
Junior & Senior Youth Groups
Junior Youth Group (6-8 grade) from 5:00 - 6:30 pm. Senior Youth Group (9-12 grade) from 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
For Adults
Plymouth Pool Sharks | Saturday, March 9 @ 3:00 - 6:00 pm
Join us for a Plymouth social gathering at Ocean’s 8 @ Brownstone Billiards in Park Slope on Saturday, March 9th from 3:00-6:00 p.m. We will have fun playing pool, ping pong & air hockey. The event is $15/person and is for youth over 8 and adults. For more information, contact Vicki Francis.
Women's Book Club | Wednesday, March 27 @ 7:00 pm
We are reading A Woman is No Man by Etaf Rum.
Three generations of Palestinian-American women living in Brooklyn are torn between individual desire and the strict mores of Arab culture in this powerful debut—a heart-wrenching story of love, intrigue, courage, and betrayal that will resonate with women from all backgrounds, giving voice to the silenced and agency to the oppressed. The Women’s Book Club meets in the home of church members. Contact Sadie Horton to learn more.
BloomAgainBrklyn | Every Week
Bloom Again meets at Plymouth on a regular basis. Join in the fun and get involved!
Fun Fact: BloomAgain graciously provides flowers for worship at Plymouth.
2019 Pancake Race photos by Alex Yaggy