Plymouth

An United Church of Christ church in Seattle, WA
Plymouth
Plymouth
Plymouth
Plymouth

Who We Are

Located in downtown Seattle, Plymouth is a place to experience the Divine, to explore your passion for spirituality and social justice, and create community with others who follow the way of Jesus Christ.

About Us

Denomination
United Church of Christ

Size
Medium

Founded
1869

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
1217 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Phone
206-622-4865

Website

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
What we hope you'll experience in worship is a warm welcome, a safe and restorative setting, nourishment for your soul and delight for your senses. In practical terms, services run about an hour. Special music opens worship. The call-and-response format of prayer is printed in your bulletin. We pray together, sing hymns together, and share news about our community life together. Each service includes a reading from the Bible. Children may leave the service for Sunday School after the Scripture reading, although they are welcome to stay if they wish. Services also include a sermon, followed by prayers and music before the offering is collected. The benediction closes the service, along with the musical postlude. We invite you to enjoy snacks and coffee in the Lounge afterward, during a time to get to know the people you have worshipped with.

What if I'm not a Christian?
Whoever you are and wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome at Plymouth.

Leadership View all

Brigitta Remole

Brigitta Remole

Pastor Brigitta Remole joined Plymouth in September 2011 as Senior Minister. After serving congregations in Connecticut, Brigitta’s move to the Northwest was like returning “home.” Although she grew up overseas as the daughter of an American diplomat, living in such countries as Malawi, Uganda, Mali, Martinique, Congo, and Germany, her grandparents were in the timber business in Klickitat WA and were on the forefront of implementing sustainable practices back in the 1930s. Learn more at http://plymouthchurchseattle.org/about/pastors-and-staff/brigitta-remole.html

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