Welcome to First-Plymouth Church

Our mission is to increase the love of God and neighbor. We are an open-minded, spiritual, evolving and diverse congregation. No matter where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here.

Come join us at one of our two locations. Our main campus is located at 2000 D Street and First-Plymouth East, is located at Kloefkorn Elementary (6601 Glass Ridge Dr).

This Weekend in Worship

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Why Religion Matters

Every generation since the scientific revolution of the 1600's have wondered if religion is just a vestige of a primitive past and full of nonsensical claims. But religion is something far larger and sweeping than merely a set of truth claims. Religion seems to be an expression of something deep within the human spirit - a longing for that which transcends our mundane reality. Join Dr. Jim Keck for a three part sermon series on Why Religion Matters.

Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir
The Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir under the direction of Tom Trenney, will help lead worship on Sunday, October 13 at the 10:30am service.

Sat 5:30pm | Sun 9:00am, 10:30am at 20th & D


Kids Takeover at FP-East

Jesus once saw a group of adults trying prevent the children from flooding him with their giggles, hugs, stories, and questions. In response, Jesus told the adults to let the children come because the Kingdom is Heaven belongs to them and those just like them. This Sunday at FP-East, come experience the kingdom of Heaven as the Kids lead the adults in singing, praying, and teaching what it means to follow Jesus.

Sun 8:00am Morning Blend at 20th & D
Sun 9:30am FP East (6601 Glass Ridge Dr)

There's Nothing "Non" or Absent in "Nonviolence"

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Preeta Bansal to Guest Preach at 11:59am

October 2019 marks the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, a modern apostle of nonviolence who was inspired greatly by Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, and who in turn inspired Dr. King, Mandela, and many others. Nonviolence is not just the absence of violence, and passive resistance is far from passive. Both strategies are active assertions of soul force and love. In these polarizing times, Preeta Bansal explores the power of the subtle and of invisible inner work as a force for external social change, and considers ancient and modern tools for transmuting and transforming conflict.

Preeta Bansal has spent more than 30 years in senior roles in government, global business, and corporate law practice – as General Counsel and Senior Policy Advisor in the Executive Office of the U.S. President (White House), Solicitor General of the State of New York, partner and practice chair at Skadden Arps, global general counsel in London for one of the world’s largest banks, a US diplomat and Chair of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom, and law clerk to US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. She has advised on the drafting of the constitutions of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Sun 11:59am at 20th & D

Compline & Yoga

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Sunday, October 13

Yoga - 6:00-6:45pm, Chapel. Led by Maggie Pleskac, Milkweed Yoga. Freewill donation. Bring a yoga mat.

Compline Worship – 7:00-7:30pm, Sanctuary.

This fall series will be a wonderful opportunity to yoke the physical and mental body as a spiritual practice. Through breath and movement we are brought to a place of stillness at the center of our being, the place that connects us with the Divine within.

First-Plymouth is a loving, caring congregation. We offer support through difficult times along life’s journey. If you or a loved one would appreciate some pastoral support, we encourage you to let us know through our Care Connection.


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Open Minded

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.