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You are welcome to worship with us.

Wherever you are on your journey

Second Church of Plymouth is a church where God’s grace abounds, 

Jesus’ love flows and the Holy Spirit inspires. You will be amazed at how welcome you feel. 

Our congregation is a place to grow spiritually in Christ, make friends and lasting relationships.


Second Church of Plymouth is now a member of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches, approved on August 18. We look forward with great enthusiasm to our partnership with the NACCC.

Sunday Worship

10:00 a.m.

Our relaxed worship service embraces the energy of children and adults as we come together to learn how Christ can be a part of our lives -- no matter how young or old!

Services are offered in person every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. 

Don't feel comfortable attending in person? Watch on Facebook Live (Sundays at 10:00 a.m.) or on YouTube (pre-recorded).

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Kids Drawing

In-person Sunday School is offered for children and adults.

Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m.

Children: Trask Hall

Adults: Fireplace Room


Due to the amount of prayer requests we receive, names will not be read aloud during the Sunday virtual service. However, the first name and last name initial of the person needing the prayers will be shown on a slide during the Prayers/Concerns/Lord's Prayer.


Please be sure to submit your prayer requests and concerns by Friday at noon.

Prayer Group
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Christmas Wreath Red

An annual holiday tradition! Use the order forms to pre-order handmade wreaths ($25 each) and cemetery baskets ($20 each) by November 28 for pick up at the church on December 4. 

Wreath contact:

Laurie Savery: 508-269-1017 (text or call)


Cemetery Basket contact:

Debbie LaBreck: 508-224-2338 (call)

Please return order forms to Debbie or Laurie (in person or email) or drop off at the church.


Living Each Day as a Steward

Dear Friend in Christ,

I greet you in the name of our risen Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!

With excitement, I write this letter to tell you about the stewardship program that we began on Sunday, October 3, 2021, titled Living Each Day as a Steward!      

During this three-week program, our worship services focus on the work of the Holy Spirit through Word and Sacrament as he teaches us how to live each day as stewards.

We will use God’s Holy Word to discover more about who we are as God’s people, what God’s purpose is for our lives, and how we can live each and every day as stewards rather than limiting stewardship to one day a week or one period of time during the church year.

I pray that each of you will avail yourself of the opportunities to worship Christ, our Chief Steward, and to learn about his will for your life. It is also my prayer that our congregation might be energized and equipped to live each day as stewards     for the praise and glory of our Lord, to build up the faithful, and to reach the unchurched for his Kingdom. 

Commitment Sunday is October 17, 2021. I’m asking that you make a   financial commitment to the Lord’s work through our church for the coming year. Your support enables the work of the Lord gets done day after day through our church.

Please bring the commitment form to church with you on Commitment Sunday. God’s blessings on your continued faithful stewardship of the blessings he has entrusted to your care.

Your servant in Christ,

Bill Dyer

Hands Up

“Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord your labor is not in vain.” 

(1 Corinthians 15:58)