Overview of Program

2012-13-deaconsThe role of the Board of Deacons is to demonstrate God’s love for His people. The Deacons is a body of eighteen members who serve staggered 3-year terms as they fullfil the many activities of this committee.

Ministry Focus

To demonstrate God’s love for His people through member care and assistance in worship, and to engage in service to the Plymouth Community and God’s world.

Activities 

Opportunities for Deacons to serve in the community include:

  • Clothing Drives
  • Food Drives
  • Salvation Army Bell Ringing
  • Red Cross Blood Drives
  • Christmas Card Tree
  • College Care Packages
  • Adopt-a-Bed
  • Deacon of the Day
  • Communion Service
  • Food and Fellowship Events
  • Cancer Care Kits
  • Grief Support Workshop Sponsorship
  • Funeral Greeters
  • Greeting Cards
  • Service Dinners
  • Prayer Ministry
  • Unsung Heroes
  • Worship Transportation
  • Session Committee Representation
  • Member Care
  • And many, many more!

Where and When?

The Board of Deacons meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Calvin Room.

Current Deacons’ Events…

Deacon of the Day

Every Sunday morning, a team of Deacons is on hand to greet worshippers, answer questions, and direct people to the appropriate areas of the church.  Is it your week to help?  Check here for the current list of  July & August 2016 Deacon of the Day assignments.

College Care Packages

To encourage our students, and let them know we are thinking of them here at FPCP, the Deacons send them gift cards for food and beverages. If you have a college student, please let us know his or her current address, even if they are living at home while attending classes!

If you would like to contribute to this project, you can make a monetary donation to FPCP Deacons and write “college care” on the memo line. If you have any questions, need more information, or need to update your student’s address, please contact Karen Thiele at 734-416-5305.

5th Sunday Donations

Due to their ever increasing events and costs pertaining to those events, every 5th Sunday is designated for a special (additional) collection for the Deacon Fund.