According to CDC guidelines, masks are required inside our church building for all unvaccinated individuals, and masks are strongly recommended for all vaccinated individuals. “
At First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, we are continuing the ministries and mission of the church during these troubled times. As this health crisis unfolds, we want to keep our members and friends informed about what FPCP is doing, as well as to provide spiritual and emotional support, during the weeks when we must remain separated from one another physically. To do this, we are providing the following methods of communication that we hope you will find helpful:
Friday FPCP Updates
Weekly letters to the congregation from Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Sr. Minister
A series of devotional messages from Rev. Emily Riley Campbell, Sr. Minister,
and other FPCP contributing writers.
Financial Stewardship during COVID-19
Information regarding continued giving and giving options
Other Ways to Stay Connected
Online Committee Meetings, Bible Studies and Other Activities
During this time of social distancing, it’s difficult to feel connected to social or study groups. That’s why many of our committees and study or social groups have transitioned to meeting on Zoom or other virtual platforms. If you are currently part of a committee or are participating in an ongoing Bible or group study, or would like to join an activity such as our Zoom yoga group, please check with the specific group leadership to see how to connect online or by phone.
Sign up for the Friday Email
FPCP sends out an email every Friday. It contains many of our announcements and links to information, including Rev. Emily’s weekly message. To sign up, go to Friday Email Signup. You will receive an immediate welcome email (check you spam folder if you don’t see it in your inbox.) All it takes is your email address. We promise that we will not spam you with tons of emails, but it’s the fastest way to get out late-breaking news that affects FPCP’s membership and friends.
How to stay informed regarding COVID-19
As the status of COVID-19 changes, it is important to stay up to date on the latest and most accurate information released by the following organizations: