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Sunday Morning In-Depth Bible Study

The In-depth Bible Study Group is more like a self-led literature class than a weekly devotional. We call it "in-depth" Bible study because we look at the layers of tradition and meaning that underlie scripture.  We set aside our personal religious beliefs to embrace different landscapes of intention, obligation, and expectation.  We do not disqualify any of the theological frameworks in today's world. Still, neither do we assume a single, correct approach to Biblical passages or to religion itself. This group currently meets on Zoom every Sunday at 8:00 a.m. Join using the link below.

Wednesday Morning

Bible Study

Rev. Dr. Valerie Miller-Coleman leads this midweek look at the narrative lectionary of the Bible. It is open to all comers. Join in the discussion at any time. This group currently meets on Zoom every Wednesday at 11 a.m. Join using the link below.

Seeker Sessions

Plymouth’s Intern Seminarian Phillip Kroh invites you to a space for intentionally seeking the Spirit and the Divine by exploring different spiritual disciplines. Phillip’s role is to be a resource and a sidekick to your personal relationship with the Divine as someone who offers tools, conversation, and someone to practice with in your own seeking. Phillip will host these Seeker Sessions Sunday mornings between services in room 205N 

Pub Theology

Plymouth Church and Ecumenical Campus Ministries partner to host a series of discussions where people can consider theological questions and share their thoughts with others. This event takes place at ECM (1204 Oread Ave, on the campus of the University of Kansas) each Sunday evening @ 5:30 pm. Come have a snack and a drink (alcohol or otherwise) and talk about what makes life meaningful. People of all faiths, religions, philosophies, and walks of life are completely welcome! 

Plymouth Academy

Plymouth Academy is offered each fall and spring for six consecutive Wednesday nights. See below for classes offered Fall 2022.

Faith Foundations

Led by Rev. Dr. Valerie Miller-Coleman, Faith Foundations is a ten-week experience for people seeking a deeper grounding in Christian faith and practice. We invite participants to encounter God in ways that challenge the mind, restore the soul and draw us closer together.   

De-Weaponizing the Bible

Too often, the Bible has been used as a weapon against LGBTQIA+ people. And many progressive Christians report feeling under-equipped to engage in conversation about the Bible. This course explored different approaches to reading the Bible critically. 

“Why Won’t You Apologize” Book Study

This class discussed Dr. Harriet Lerner's powerful book "Why Won't You Apologize" in a small group setting. Dr. Lerner is one of our most respected voices in the psychology of women and the "how-tos" of navigating the swamps and quicksands of difficult relationships. 

Check our News & Events page for info on upcoming Plymouth Academy dates and classes.


Covenant Groups

Covenant Groups provide an opportunity to gather in intentional small groups to grow in faith and connect on a deeper spiritual level. These groups of 8-10 people meet twice a month, currently via Zoom, to discuss faith-based materials and come to a deeper understanding of what it means to be a Christian in today’s world. These groups are currently closed, but we will be starting up new groups in a few months if you are interested in participating! Contact Welcome and Care Coordinator Liz Smith for more information by using the link below.

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