Where do you gather?
When do you gather?
Sunday mornings at 10:00am for Worship through preaching of the Word, singing of songs, and communion on the 1st Sunday of the Month.
We have a Nursery & K-5th ministry is provided.
What should I wear?
Come as you are. This means spiritually and physically. You don’t need a new wardrobe for church here. Most of us wear slacks, some wear jeans and we are good with that too! We want you to be who you are. Our pastor usually wears jeans, button down shirts, and a tie.
Should I bring anything?
If you own a Bible, then we would always suggest bringing it because we will use it every time we gather. If you do not own a Bible, we’d love to help you get one! Plus,we have pew Bibles you can use. Also, you could bring a writing utensil and paper if you like to take notes.
What is your music like?
We are traditional in our music. We sing from hymnals, normally (2) & our choir will sing (1) anthem during Worship. We make sure that all the lyrics we sing and pray are biblically accurate, God glorifying, and gospel-saturated.
What do you talk about?
Our pastor usually preach for about 20-25 minutes. We believe in repetitively preaching the gospel to ourselves. You will hear the gospel multiple times through the worship gathering. The gospel message is that God sent his one and only son, Jesus, to die in our place for our sin to glorify God and make a way for us back to Himself. We simply open up the Bible, then read and study what it says. You can always trust that we will reveal instructions and lessons according to God’s Word. Our pastor will usually preach through a book of the Bible over a period of weeks so that we can understand the entire book and it’s applications in context.
Am I expected to give money?
We do not expect our visitors to give money at our gatherings. In fact, we use offering boxes, verses the offering plate. Just so you know, our (3) Offering Boxes are located on the walls outside our sanctuary exits. Simply that means, when you Worship with us, the passing of the offering plate won’t be a distraction for you.
And rest assured, our Plymouth church members give regularly as an act of praising God for who He is and what He has done. We believe that our generosity in giving is a part of worship. We celebrate the opportunity to give back to God and what He has so generously given to us. Giving is simply an act of worship.