Community Mission Partners
Plymouth Church is proud of our partnership with Family Promise of Lawrence. Family Promise supports families who need housing by partnering with churches and other local organizations. If you are interested in volunteering to support our Family Promise partnership at Plymouth, contact Rev. Caroline Lawson Dean. Visit Lawrence Family Promise’s website for more information using the link below.
At Plymouth, we are pleased to be able to share our building with a Head Start school as we have since the 1960s. We have a team of volunteers who support the teachers and students during this formative time in their lives. Learn more about our Head Start Partners using the link below. Contact Rev. Caroline Lawson Dean to inquire about joining our team of amazing Head Start volunteers.
The Lawrence Interdenominational Nutrition Kitchen (“LINK”) feeds our community lunch four times a week. Plymouth Congregational Church supports LINK monthly (on the third Thursday of the month). We are always in need of volunteers to help serve and make food. For more information, contact Rev. Caroline Lawson Dean.
Just Food is the food bank of Douglas County, supplying 29+ partner agencies with fresh produce, dairy products, meat, bread, and pantry staples. Plymouth Church collects donations for Just Food. Use the link below to visit Just Food’s site. To learn more about Plymouth’s partnership with Just food, contact Rev. Caroline Lawson Dean.
If you are interested in social justice and working for systemic change in Lawrence, Kansas, we are proud to offer you the opportunity to connect with Justice Matters. Justice Matters is faith-based social justice advocacy in direct conversation with our local leadership and key community partners. Learn more about our Justice Matters partners by following the link below. Contact Rev. Caroline Lawson Dean to get on our Plymouth Justice Matters email list.
Ecumenical Campus Ministries
ECM is a progressive, non-denominational meeting space for students and the community to connect, engage, eat, study, garden, and serve. Plymouth Church has supported ECM since the 1960s. Learn more about ECM below. You can also contact Rev. Caroline Lawson Dean.