Worship at Plymouth

Above all else, expect a welcoming environment where we accept all people wherever they are on life's journey. We are a progressive church with a vibrant life of worship, learning, and fellowship together in Christian faith. 

We have different services with different styles at Plymouth (childcare is always available for Sunday services):

10:00 am every Sunday offers a progressive theological message grounded in a traditional worship setting. We celebrate communion on the first Sunday of each month. Worship is centered around scripture, sermon, and vibrant music. Organ, handbells, chimes, congregational song, and guest musicians are all part of our worship experience. 

6 pm every Sunday is an eclectic blend of music – jazz, folk, Celtic, spirituals –and a variety of sermon styles, symbols, and experiential worship.

*From September through May, we will return to having two Sunday morning services at 9:00 am and 11:00 am.

Commonly asked questions: 

Q: What should I wear? A: While some of our members enjoy getting dressed up for church as part of their tradition, you are welcome in worship however you normally dress on a Sunday. We are a Colorado congregation after all. We know you might go hiking after worship or choose to bike to church. 

Q. May I take communion? A: Yes, all are welcome at God's table of extravagant welcome. 

Q: Are the ministers approachable? A: Our clergy love meeting new visitors and getting to know you, so if you are visiting do say hello! 

Q: Where can I park? A: We have a large parking lot that extends from Prospect Road to Lake Street. We have two first time visitor parking spots right next to the front door. Additionally, there is parking available on Lake Street and we have a shared parking agreement with our friends next door at the Islamic Center of Fort Collins. 

Q: What should I know about Plymouth before coming to worship? A: You should know that this is a place where we say, "No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here," and we mean it!