This week in worship:
The Once and Future King
On the church calendar this is Christ the King Sunday. The image of a king in the western mind is symbolically dense, filled with Arthurian legend, historical monarchs and fictionalized rulers. In what ways is it helpful to think of Christ as King when at the same time he is a poor carpenter and humble Jewish rabbi? Should we crown him with many crowns? Or let his humility reign? Join Dr. Jim Keck for an exploration of Christ's kingship this Sunday.
Sunday 9:00am | 10:30am | 11:59am | 1:30pm | 20th & D St.
Sunday 9:30am | FP East (Kloefkorn School, 6601 Glass Ridge Dr)
NEW! Sunday 1:30pm Worship
Simplicity, peace and inspiration. Only 30 minutes with an uplifting message from Pastor Patrick Messer.
What's Happening at First-Plymouth
Rev. Dr. Jim Keck
Our worship services have a quality that echoes through the ages and yet, speaks to the present and points to the future.
We believe God is a spirit of love that can be felt and known by each one of us.
Rather than resisting change or innovation, we eagerly experiment with new ways of being faithful and new understandings
We celebrate the differences among us such as sexual orientation, ethnicity, class, mental abilities, physical capabilities, personalities, and backgrounds.