Ticket Availability:

Tickets are still available for the Heartbeat speaker event in the Penn Theater, featuring Brian Hardin, “Reframing Our Relationship with God,” and Susan Isaacs, humorist, author and actress, on Saturday, August 15 and Sunday, August 16, from 12 noon to 2:30pm. Tickets are available through the five sponsoring churches.

Following the speaker events, there will be free music in the park, service activities in the Gathering Place, and kid/youth events in Kellogg Park.

Volunteer Opportunities:

As a core member of Heartbeat, we have pledged our support in running the activities in the Park. We are asking FPCP members to volunteer for the eight activities presented on Saturday from 1-6pm and on Sunday from 1-5pm.  It’s easy to do:

  1. Go to www.heartbeatofplymouth.com
  2. Click Sign Up, choose either/both Heartbeat Volunteer or Service Project- Blanket of Hope through Sign Up Genius
  3. Review the eight areas, choose one or more, and select in increments of one hour (both days) or select the one hour assignments for the Blanket of Hope service project on Sunday, August 16, 3-5pm

If you are having any trouble signing up, call Roger Cromwell (734-420-4986) for assistance. 

Thanks for your involvement!

Event Information:

Speakers, concerts, children’s activities and service projects highlight this exciting Plymouth-wide, 2-day faith event.  Heartbeat of Plymouth is sponsored by a coalition of five Plymouth churches: First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, Our Lady of Good Counsel, Plymouth Church of the Nazarene, Plymouth First United Methodist Church and Praise Baptist.

Experience Christian speakers at the Penn Theater.  Absorb family friendly comedy and uplifting contemporary music.  Participate in service projects for Kids Against Hunger and help make fleece blankets.  There’s something for the whole family!  Join us on one or both days.  Tickets ($5/person) will be on sale over the summer for the main speakers and will be available through sponsoring churches (sale dates will be announced at a later date).  Concerts in the park, children’s activities and service projects are all free to the public. 

For more information about the event, visit the Heartbeat page on Facebook or at www.heartbeatofplymouth.com.