Service and Advocacy Groups

  • Cathedral Center - Once a month Plymouth volunteers prepare and then serve a meal to the guests of the Cathedral Center, a shelter for women and families in downtown Milwaukee. Both preparers and servers are welcome. Contact Chris Jameson for more information.

  • Guest House - On a quarterly basis, members of Plymouth prepare and serve a Sunday evening meal for the residents of The Guest House of Milwaukee which provides shelter, housing, and education services to homeless men who see to transform their lives with dignity and purpose. The time commitment is no more than 2 hours to prepare and deliver food or to serve the meal. Contact Donna Kummer for more information or to volunteer.

  • Loops Of Love Shawl Ministry is committed to knitting and crocheting prayer shawls for the Palliative Care Team at Froedtert Hospital and for others in need of comfort. Other items include: chemo caps, lap robes, scarves, hats, mittens, pocket prayer shawls, and more. Contact the church office for more information.

  • Pathfinders - Our community makes a meal once a week for Pathfinders, an organization serving homeless and at-risk youth. The meal is served on Friday nights at the Pathfinders Drop-in Center, 4200 N. Holton Street, Milwaukee. Contact Donna Kummer for more information.

  • Plymouth Justice Network (formerly MICAH Core Team) works to transform situations of economic injustice in our city through grassroots education, engagement, and advocacy. Contact the church office for more information.

  • The Piecemakers Quilting Group make quilts for babies baptized at Plymouth, Milw Rescue Mission and Sojourner Truth House, and many other people and organizations. They typically meet on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at church. Contact Clare Anderson for more information.

  • St. Ben's - Once a month Plymouth volunteers prepare the food which is served to Milwaukee’s largest meal program. This is a great opportunity for people whose schedules don’t allow them to be on-site at a meal program, but who would like to help. Contact Donna Kummer for more information.