Council - The Church Council provides strategic vision, fiduciary oversight, fund development, and generative governance of the congregation. The officers of the congregation, Chairs of each of the several boards, and three at-large members elected by the congregation compose the Council. This group meets once a month on the second Tuesday at 7:00 pm.
BOOM: Board of Outreach and Mission - This board undertakes the responsibility to involve members of the congregation in programs of education, service and action, to the betterment of society in keeping with the Christian understanding of God's love and justice. It also serves to inform the congregation of the needs and work of the wider church. It promotes our benevolent giving and coordinates special offerings and mission appeals. This group meets once a month on the first Tuesday at 6:30 pm. A member considering the Mission Board will have a strong commitment to social action.
Christian Education - This board develops the structure of Christian education for children, youth, and adults. Through different committees within the board items such as curriculum, programs of education and fellowship are established for all age levels. The CE Board recruits and trains members for teaching roles. This board interacts with the other boards to create a spiritually rewarding learning environment. Meetings are held once a month. A calling or interest in teaching or learning would typify a member.
Deacons - This board's general responsibilities include care for members of the congregation, recruitment and integration of new members, planning and conducting worship and the administration of the sacraments in consultation with the Ministers and Director of Music. The board oversees the music program as it relates to worship. Deacons also foster social activities in the church. Meetings are held once a month on the first Tuesday at 7:00 pm. A desire to enhance fellowship within our community and help in the creation of a meaningful worship experience is present in the board members.
Stewards - The primary responsibility of this board is the maintenance and custody of all church property. It also manages and safeguards the funds of the church. The Stewards oversee the property of the church and create plans for building maintenance and restoration. They promote systematic and proportional giving to support Plymouth and the United Church of Christ. This board meets once month, usually on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 pm. A background in finance, law, architecture, or physical plant oversight would be useful as well as a desire to develop both financial and personal stewardship.