About Us


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The Heartbeat of Plymouth is a coalition of three Plymouth churches: First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth, Plymouth First United Methodist, and Praise Baptist. Our goal is to work together, as one body of Christ, to sponsor events in the Plymouth community for Christians and non-Christians that are educational, entertaining, fun, inspiring and ultimately brings people closer to our Lord Jesus Christ. We strive to show Christian unity and the love of Christ in all that we do. Though the Heartbeat of Plymouth consists of three churches of different denominations, with different doctrines, we are united by our belief that the Bible is the Word of God and that Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior.

 

2013

  • May 2013 –The Heartbeat of Plymouth was started.
  • December 22 –First Community Christmas Carol Sing Along was held in Kellogg Park.

2014

  • April 14-18– Prayer walks around Plymouth during Holy Week.
  • Thursday May 1 celebrated the National Day of Prayer in Kellogg Park.
  • August 9 & 10 Heartbeat of Plymouth Festival in Kellogg Park.
    Heartbeat of Plymouth held its first festival with speakers Lee Strobel and Christian Comedian John Branyan appeared at the Penn Theater.       Children’s activities and community service projects: Kids Against Hunger and Salvation Army Back-to-School- Backpacks kept children and adults busy in the park, while national and local Christian bands performed inspiring music. Lee Strobel stated that he had never seen churches, even of the same denomination, work so well together to put on such a great event.
  • December 21–2nd Annual Community Christmas Carole Sing-Along in Kellogg Park.

2015

  • March 30- April 3– — Prayer walks around Plymouth during Holy Week.
  • Thursday, May 7—celebrated National Day of Prayer in Kellogg Park.
  • August 15 & 16  2nd Annual Heartbeat of Plymouth Festival in Kellogg Park.
  • September– Our Lady of Good Counsel Roman Catholic Church resigned from Heartbeat of Plymouth.
  • December 20–3rd Annual Community Christmas Carol Sing-Along in Kellogg Park.

2016

  • Thursday, May 5, 2016- celebrated National Day of Prayer in Kellogg Park
  • August 7, Prayer Walk, downtown Plymouth
  • August 13- 3nd Annual Heartbeat of Plymouth Festival in Kellogg Park
  • Sunday, December 20, 4th Annual Christmas Carol Sing in Kellogg Park

Christmas Carol Sing Along- Under Special Events

Heartbeat of Plymouth
First Presbyterian Church of Plymouth
Plymouth First United Methodist Church
Praise Baptist Church

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