Members and guests alike are invited to watch and listen for God’s calling toward the many opportunities to support Plymouth Park United Methodist Church. Members make a promise when they join the church and renew that vow with each new member to support PPUMC with our prayers, our presence, our gifts, our service, and our witness.

Our Prayers

As a congregation we lift up members of our congregation, families, friends, co-workers and others who have particular prayer needs. Prayer requests are also given a special place in Sunday school classes and every small group in the church.

To notify one of the pastors, the church staff or the congregation of your prayer request, click here.

To view our current prayer list, click here.

Our Presence

We practice a ministry of presence with one another during worship, in discipleship classes, during mission and outreach, and in fellowship as we share our joys and our difficulties. Check out our many Weekly and Upcoming Events on the homepage to find a place that is right for you.

Our Gifts

There are many ways that we share our gifts and talents with our church:

Our Service

We have many opportunities for service at Plymouth Park United Methodist Church from volunteering to work with children or youth, to music ministries, to fundraisers, leading adult classes, missional opportunities and serving on ministry teams. Please contact our church staff for information about the areas that are of interest to you for additional assistance in discerning what is right for you.

Our Witness

Our mission at Plymouth Park United Methodist Church is “To Know Christ and To Make Christ Known.” We strive to witness to the love of God as it has been made known to us in Jesus Christ through our interactions with one another and with our neighbors, through our missional endeavors, and through the way in which we pray for Christ to shine through us in all areas of our lives. In the words of our Senior Pastor, Dr. Bill La Barr, we strive to “never pass up a chance to speak [or live out] a kind word for Jesus.”