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This Sunday

Sunday, March 31, 2019

10 AM


Plymouth Congregational Church

Rev. John Terry leads worship and will preach on “Resentment.”

Lenten Bible study continues with Psalm 46, with special focus on verse 10, “Be still and know that I am God,” with Rev. Rick Cowles and Rev. Caroline Cargo, in the Parlor.

Sunday’s music: Our Scripture reading this week is the story of the lost sheep, and the prodigal son. We begin with Johann Sebastian Bach’s Sheep May Safely Graze, and a trio of Kat Skafidas, Kyle Seniw and Michael Chellis present us the story of the prodigal son with the Victorian melodrama, The Penitent by Oswego-born Beardsley Van deWater. The choir sings Arlen Clarke’s setting of a George Herbert text, Lord, Who Hast Formed Me, and the service concludes with Johann Pachelbel’s Fugue on the First Tone.