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Plymouth
United Church of Christ
Making the world a more loving world
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Open and Affirming
2010 Moholt Dr. (Directions)
Eau Claire, WI 54703
715-835-5475
Worship at 10:30 am Sunday
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A small church with a big heart!

October 30 Covid Guidelines

We are now mask optional inside the building. We continue our coffee time and snacks before worship, and worshiping in-person. We will still have KN95 masks available, and also plenty of hand sanitizer. Please join us on Sundays at 10 am for coffee and snacks, and 10:30 am for worship. We are also having our monthly potlucks, usually on the first Sunday of each month (though check the newsletter because sometimes it changes).

We will continue to do signs of peace instead of handshakes of peace, and not passing the plate for the offering or for Communion. We have individual communion sets available for worshipers (if you are joining us on-line, please come to the office and get some for you to use at home!)

While masks will be optional, we do ask that if you are feeling ill that you wear a mask to protect other worshipers.

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We livestream our worship services via Facebook and this website!

We livestream our services on our Facebook page and simulcast to this website (see below for links to past worship services; links to future services are usually posted 2-3 days before the worship service.) Our weekly bulletin is posted here on the website so you can follow along with the hymns, prayers, and readings. you may find the link within the description of the worship service of any given Sunday, and we also post a link on Facebook. We will continue to livestream worship in perpetuity, or until some new technology comes along that does even more. So now we can say, with a truly literal meaning, wherever you are on life's journey you can worship with us! (so long as you have access to the Intenet). Since the worship services are also recorded on Facebook, you do not need to watch the livestream - you can join us for worshop any time.

October 31 - Memorial Service for Marybeth Tschumperlin

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music.

Join the livestream on our Facebook page or here (please note that until the livestream starts, this video window will report an error):

October 30 - Worship service, Pentecost 21

As Jesus is walking through Jericho on his way to Jerusalem, he encounters Zacchaeus in a tree and calls him by name and says to hurry down because he needs to stay with him today.

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. The recording may be watched on our Facebook page

October 11 - Memorial Service for Jim Oliver

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here (please note that until the livestream starts, this video window will report an error):

May 1 - Easter 3

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music.

April 24 - Easter 2

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

April 17 - Easter Worship

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

April 14 - Maundy Thursday

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music.

Tomorrow, our Good Friday ecumenical worship is at First Congregational UCC (310 Broadway) at 12 noon.
Easter morning muffin breakfast at 9:30 am.
Easter morning worship at 10:30 am.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

April 10 - Palm/Passion Sunday

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music.

This morning is Palm Sunday and Passion Sunday. We put the two together, starting with Jesus' entry into Jerusalem for his final week, and then ending with a dramatic reading of the passion narrative.

Today begins Holy Week, and we will have the following extra services.
Maundy Thursday, April 14, 7 pm at Plymouth.
Good Friday ecumenical worship at First Congregational UCC (310 Broadway) at 12 noon.
Easter morning muffin breakfast at 9:30 am.
Easter morning worship at 10:30 am.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

The Passion narrative got cut out of the livestream, and it is available here:

April 3 - Fifth Sunday of Lent

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music.

This morning is the fifth Sunday of Lent. As we continue our time in the wilderness journey of Lent, we read from John's Gospel about Mary anointing Jesus' feet with costly nard while he is at dinner at her house.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

March 27 - Fourth Sunday of Lent

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. This morning is the fourth Sunday of Lent. As we continue our time in the wilderness journey of Lent, we hear Jesus' parable of the Prodigal Son, a parable which could also be called the Parable of the Self-righteous (or unforgiving) Older Brother, or the Parable of the Recklessly Forgiving Father.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

March 20 - Third Sunday of Lent

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. This morning is the third Sunday of Lent. As we enter continue our time in the wilderness journey of Lent, we hear Jesus' parable of the fig tree.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here (please note that until we start the livestream, this window will show an error - that's okay. Nothing wrong with your system. This window will begin to show the video automatically once we begin the livestream, but depending on your browser and/or computer, you may need to reload this page to get the video to play.)

March 13 - Second Sunday of Lent

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. This morning is the second Sunday of Lent. As we enter continue our time in the wilderness journey of Lent, we read of Jesus' lament over Jerusalem and knowledge of his coming time of testing.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

March 6 - First Sunday of Lent

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. This morning is the first Sunday of Lent. As we enter into our time in the wilderness journey of Lent, we read of Jesus' time in the wilderness, when he was tempted by many things but chooses God over all of them. What can we listen to in Jesus' words this morning to help us choose God over the temptations of life?

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

March 2 - Ash Wednesday

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. We begin the Lent season with Ash Wednesday, a service of silence and reflection that also comes with imposition of ashes, reading the Sermon on the Mount, and celebrating Communion.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

February 27 - Epiphany 8: Transfiguration

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. Join us for worship this morning, the last Sunday of the Epiphany Season which is traditionally called Transfiguration Sunday when we read the story of when Jesus took a couple disciples to a mountain and while there he was transfigured into Elijah, Moses, and himself.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

February 20 - Epiphany 7: Continuing the Sermon on the Plain

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. We continue in the Sermon on the Plain of Luke's Gospel with some of Jesus' more troubling and controversial commands that even in 2022 still get people in trouble for mentioning them. Commands like "love your enemy" and "Lend, expecting nothing in return" and "If anyone strikes you on the cheek, offer the other also."

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

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February 13 - Epiphany 6: Jesus begins the sermon on the plain with blessings and woes

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. In today's scripture passage, Jesus begins his Sermon on the Plain with the beatitudes of blessings and woes.

Join the recording on our Facebook page or here:

February 6 - Epiphany 5: Some men decide to follow Jesus

Please download the worship bulletin so that you may follow along with the responsive prayers and the music. In today's scripture passage, Luke 5:1-11, Jesus tells some fishermen to cast their nets on the other side of their boats, and they bring in a record haul and then decide to follow Jesus.

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Past Worship Services

For our worship services before February, 2022, please go here.

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Our first worship service!

Jesus said to feed the hungry...
...so we feed the hungry

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Quilters' first gathering in new building!
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Lynn at the new piano

Jesus said to welcome all people...
...so we welcome all people

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Moving Day
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Moving Day

Jesus said “Follow me and love your neighbor!”...
...so we follow by loving our neighbors

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Outside cross at night

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Plymouth United Church of Christ
Rev. David J. Huber, Pastor
2010 Moholt Drive
Eau Claire, Wisconsin, 54703
715-835-5475

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