10-11 a.m. Forum: Celebrating Native American Heritage Month with Valerie Small, Native American Engagement Specialist with the City of Fort Collins and Lisa Ansell-Frazier, Exec. Dir. of the Buffalo Youth Nation Project, our Share the Plate partner this month. Share the Plate: learn more/give here. (Use your check memo line to give to another fund, such as “pledge.”)
New Member Exploration Class postponed until the new year.
Where are YOU called to serve? When we join Plymouth, we pledge to give ourselves “unreservedly to God’s service,” and this is your chance to live into that promise. We have openings on the: Stewardship Board, Outreach and Mission Board, and Nominating Committee. Please be in touch with Nominating Chair Denise Morrison if you are called to these ministries of our congregation.
Heart & Roots: a new womxn's circle (those who identify as women). Join us in deepening your roots in your community! Share with each other and be in fellowship with womxn from our church, New Eyes Village, and other organizations in our community! Fridays at 5 p.m.
As of Thursday, we have 197 pledges for 2024, totaling nearly $759,000. Thank you to those who have pledged!
Celebrate the Thanksgiving weekend with our Plymouth family at FOG (Fellowship of the Grape) at the home of Anna and Gary Olsen, Fri., 11/24, 6-8 p.m. Please bring a bottle of wine, an appetizer, and let's have fellowship together. New Plymouth friends are welcome! 21+ Address: members use F1Go; newcomers use contact form by 11 a.m Friday.
Save the date: Hanging of the Greens (12/3 at 10). The whole church is invited to decorate for Christmas. We will have cocoa, cookies, and special ornament-making stations.
Please note the Cancer Support Group is moving to a new time, 4-5:15 p.m. (still 1st and 3rd Thursdays).
Donations for The Missions Marketplace organizations are still being accepted, through Mon., 11/27. Give online on the TMM page. Thank you for your generosity!
Climate Action regrets that they cannot collect amber prescription bottles for recycling, because they are no longer being accepted by our source in Boulder. Amber prescription bottles (#1 ONLY) can be put into regular recycling.