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Dear Plymouth friends,

What are the odds?

During Spring Break a few weeks ago, a family from our church went to Holy Hill to experience the gorgeous spring view. After walking around for awhile, they sat down to rest and soon another family sat down with them. They started talking about how beautiful it is there, that the kids are out of school, and then, because they were at a Catholic Basilica, where they usually attend worship. "We go to Plymouth Church." (pause) "Um, so do we." "Really? Shouldn't we know each other?" "We go to Plymouth UCC in Milwaukee." **AHA** "We go to Plymouth UCC in Fond du Lac."

In our Scripture this week, a disciple is walking with a friend on the road to Emmaus when another man joins them. The man asks why they are sad. They reply, "Don't you know?!? Jesus, the great prophet would redeem Israel, was crucified three days earlier and that some women from the group said they saw angels at his tomb who told them Jesus was alive." The man then asks, "Don't you know that the Messiah had to suffer before he could enter his glory?" As they have been walking, it's gotten late so the tow men urge the stranger to stay with them instead of traveling alone which is unsafe. At dinner, the stranger takes bread, blesses it, and gives it to them. **AHA** Their eyes were opened and they recognize Jesus.

Let us open our eyes for the *AHA* moments that God puts in our lives.


Attention Plymouth Monty Python fans!

Plymouth member Scott Kopischke is appearing in Spamalot at Falls Patio Players, in the North Middle School Auditorium at N88 W16750 Garfield Dr, Menomonee Falls.

We are gathering a group for this Saturday, April 22, 7:30 pm performance. You can purchase tickets by calling 262-255-8372 or online at

Join King Arthur and his band of misfit knights as they search for the Holy Grail. Surely plenty of laughter will be found along the journey.

Grassroots North Shore Town Hall at Plymouth

Karyn Rotker, senior staff attorney for the Race, Poverty & Civil Liberties Project at the ACLU of Wisconsin will update us on the current litigation and developing issues.

Find out how we can work together to challenge the worst of these actions and make our voices heard locally and nationally.

Sunday, April 23rd
4:15 pm - Doors Open
4:30-6:00 pm - Presentation

Plymouth Game Night - 4/29

After a winter break, it's time to pull out the boards, instructions, dice, cards, game pieces, pencils, paper, popcorn, etc., for PLYMOUTH ADULT GAME NIGHT!

We'll meet from 6:30 to 9:00 pm on Saturday, April 29in the lower reception hall.

Let's GROW this group. Spread the word. If you have a Facebook page, I challenge you to post an invite to all of your friends saying something like, "Hey, anyone enjoy playing games with other adults? Board games, card games, and more!" You never know; there are closet game-lovers out there who have nowhere to indulge, and they might be excited to check us out.

We provide a variety of games or you can bring your own. Bring a snack to share, if you like.

Any questions, contact Kris Devitt ( or 414-241-3453).

Hope to see you all there!

Guest Preacher on April 30

Rev. Kathryn Kuhn serves as director of ministries at Cedar Community, a UCC-affiliated, continuing-care retirement community with campuses in West Bend and Elkhart Lake. 

An ordained minister in the United Church of Christ since 1997, Rev. Kuhn served parishes in Germantown, Kiel and Sheboygan Falls prior to coming to Cedar Community in 2013.

Rev. Kuhn lives in rural Kiel with her husband, Rev. Dr. Karl Kuhn, and their nearly grown-up children, Josh and Clare.

Faith leaders from Congregation Emanu-El B'ne Jeshurun, Congregation Shalom, Congregation Shir Hadash, Lake Park Lutheran Church, Milwaukee Metropolitan Community Church, Plymouth Church, and Tippecanoe Presbyterian Church will come together on April 30 to lift up the sacred work of Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin. We believe that the life-giving health care provided at its clinics around Wisconsin is God's work done by God's children for God's children. We stand together in support of Planned Parenthood, its mission, work, and patients.

Mother's Day Brunch

Treat that special women in your life to a tasty brunch prepared by Plymouth members. The brunch will include a buffet, omelet and waffle stations, and mimosas!

Cost is $10 per person.

There are two seatings: 11 and noon. Please purchase your tickets in advance for the one you want as seats are limited at both times. Buy tickets here. (Be sure your guests are marked for the same time you are.)

If you would like to volunteer, click here or email Britt Brown

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Gene Albert 4/20
Judy Guinn 4/20
Candice Hackbarth 4/20
Sonja Johnstone 4/20
Susan Vliet 4/22
Laurie Clausen 4/24
Sherry Huibregtse 4/24

- Alan Stienke's mother Marge, who was diagnosed with lung cancer
- Kristen Carter, who underwent surgery 
- John Weise's sister, Coleen, in ICU after a car accident
- Rev. Bridget Flad as she mourns the death of her father
     Cards may be mailed to: 2117 Lakeside Pl, Green Bay, WI 54302-1224

Upcoming Events

Sunday, April 23
- Worship - Rev. Andrew Warner preaching - 9:30am
- "White Privilege: Let's Talk" adult ed class - 10:30am
- Provide meal for Pathfinders (at Holton Drop-In) - 2:30pm
- Grassroots North Shore ACLU presentation - 4:15pm
- "White Privilege: Let's Talk" adult ed no evening class
Only meeting on May 7 and June 4
- Sarah Circle hosted by Orchard Utzinger - 7:30 pm (note later start time)
924 E Fairmount Ave WFB | 414-964-1740 |
Topic: Old-Timers - Who in your faith community has encouraged you along your journey? How have they encouraged you? What quality of those who have encouraged you would you like for others to see in you?

Tuesday, April 25
- "White Privilege: Let's Talk" adult ed class - 10:00am
- Faith Circle at Barb Hill's house - 6:00pm

Wednesday, April 26
- NO Chancel Choir or Chorale Rehearsals (see Donna if you would like to join choir members for "The Fantasticks" at Off the Wall Theatre this evening)

Saturday, April 29
- Plymouth Game Night - 6:30pm

Sunday, April 30
- Worship - Rev. Kathryn Kuhn preaching - 9:30am
- Farewell reception for Norma Harrington during Coffee Hour - 10:30am
- "White Privilege: Let's Talk" adult ed class - 10:30am
- Provide meal for Pathfinders (at Holton Drop-in) - 2:30pm
- Blessing a Planned Parenthood Clinic - 4:30pm
- "White Privilege: Let's Talk" adult ed no evening class
Only meeting on May 7 and June 4

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