7:00am Sunrise Service
Worship at sunrise, and be among the first to experience the beauty and joy of Easter as dawn breaks. No child care.
7:00am Sunrise Service @ First-Plymouth East
Join us on the playground at Kloefkorn Elementary (6601 Glass Ridge Dr) to celebrate Christ’s resurrection with a brief meaningful worship for all ages. Coffee, hot chocolate, and donuts provided.
8:00am, 9:30am, & 11:00am Easter at First-Plymouth
Beginning with a solemn procession, the promise of the Easter story is shared in hope-filled scripture and inspiring sermon, accompanied by the holy strains of choir and orchestra. Child care provided. Tip: Ample seating at the 8am service!
9:30 and 11:00am Family Services
Experience the joy of Easter in an interactive, multimedia worship experience in Mayflower Hall, especially designed for children and families.
A community-wide egg hunt at Noon in the Courtyard.
12:29pm Contemporary Informal Service
Celebrate the true promise of the Easter message without the crowds and formalities of the morning’s services. Children are encouraged to attend.
7:00pm First-Plymouth Presents
The Local Bar & Grill (2755 Jamie Lane).
Palm Sunday - Sunday, April 9
Palm procession and "hosannas" from our combined choirs and youth orchestra at both the 9:00 and 10:30am services.
*A Holy Week drama at 9:00am service, and at 10:30am in Mayflower Hall.
6:20-6:50pm How Holy Week & Easter Emerged from the Ancient Church pre-Compline talk with Dr. Jim Keck, Chapel.
7:00pm Compline worship
Stillness, chanting and candle light.
Maundy Thursday - April 13, 7:00pm
Gather around the communion table to remember Jesus' Last Supper and to celebrate God's steadfast love. Child care provided.
Good Friday - April 14 - 7:00pm
The Chiara String Quartet will play "The Seven Lasts Words of Christ" by Franz Josef Haydn in counterpoint with scripture readings, passion hymns, and choral anthems from First-Plymouth's Cantorei. Child care provided.
Holy Saturday Easter Vigil April 15, 5:30pm
The Easter Vigil leads us from the darkness of death to the light of the empty tomb. This dramatic service celebrates the sacraments and restores the joy of our faith. Children are encouraged to attend worship.