First-Plymouth Congregational Church

Who We Are

First-Plymouth strives to blend tradition and innovation, the historical and the contemporary. Our worship services have a quality that echoes through the ages and yet, speaks to the present and points to the future.

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History

On the morning of Sunday, August 19, 1866, First Congregational Church was organized in what was then known as Lancaster, Nebraska. It was and is the first church congregation to be organized in the town.

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Architecture

First-Plymouth Church is one of the architectural gems of Nebraska. It expresses visually the Christian faith of the congregation it houses.

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Artistry

In the center of the nave is the suspended low-relief sculpture of the Lord’s Prayer. William Saltzman of Minneapolis was commissioned to do this work. 

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