2001 E. Grand River Ave., Lansing, MI 48912-3286
517.484.9495 • 517.484.2588 fax • To E-mail us, click here

August 35, 2014

Rev. Kent Lederer, Preaching

Sermon:  "Does Life Enjoy You?"

Lessons: Isaiah 51:1-6, Psalm 138

                    Romans 12:1-8; Matthew 16:13-20









Sunday Worship

Worship: 10:30 a.m.

Plymouth Congregational Christian Church offers one worship service each Sunday with communion served on the first Sunday of the month.


2001 E. Grand River Ave.
Lansing, Michigan 48912


Fax: 517.484.2588
Phone: 517.484.9495

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Office Hours

8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Thursday

Plymouth Congregational Christian Church

A place for you to worship, serve, learn, play, grow...

Godspell optStarting in 1864, our history of Worship, Music, and Service in and about Lansing began as we assembled for worship in Senate Chambers, then to our first "Meeting House." This led to the monumental Gothic Revival building that sat across our Capitol building in 1877. In 1971, a fire destroyed that building. We worshiped in the YWCA for three years until 1975, when we moved to our present building.

Our building is circular in shape and originated from the Dow Associates' original design. Our sanctuary, "The Centrum," is contained within the center of the building and is also in the round. Our Altar/Communion Table exists at the very center of the building and our worship space. The then building committee was resolved to "build a building representative of today's culture and people to carry and promote Plymouth's programs into future years."

The Centrum's design continues to remind visitors and ourselves alike that we are called and gathered by God to worship through Word and Sacrament. This gracious and untraditional edifice continues to be a place where Worship of God and Service of Christ remain paramount.

Music and Arts have always played an important part in Plymouth's life. There are many fine pieces of art throughout and we have been noted for our commitment to music in the service of God. An extraordinary array of musical artists continue to give their talent in praise of God, often in concert with the Church's superior Casavant and antiphonal organs.