Plymouth Parable Palooza is a chance to reconnect with your church family, and re-examine your knowledge of the old, old, stories Jesus told. Families (made of one or two or ten members ) and of all ages are invited!
The evening will begin on the Plymouth lawn with Little Caesars cheese pizza--sign up by the slice (donations accepted) or feel free to bring your own meal. Do bring your own drink, and blanket or camp chairs for sitting on the lawn. Limited church tables and chairs will be available for those who need them.
The Plymouth Players (email Tricia if you want to volunteer for this theater company known for one-time rehearsals before the show) will dramatize the parable with help from the audience--laughter will ensue, but so will new thoughts about the parable. Who is your neighbor?
Following the skit, families will break into groups for Kathee Houser crafts (something creative for all ages), or games conducted by our youth group, or discussion groups--the skit will give you a lot to think about!
Around 7 p.m. (COVID protocols permitting), we will toast marshmallows and make ‘s-mores.
Over the 2020-21 academic year, Tricia Medlock returned to the interim position she held between Plymouth Christian Formation directors Sarah Wernsing and Mandy Hall. After leaving the Plymouth staff, she served as director of Children’s Ministries at St. Luke’s Episcopal for four years.