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Making the World a More Loving World by loving “the least of these”
Jesus said to welcome all people...
All people have a place at God’s table, and all people deserve to have a comfortable and loving space for a funeral or memorial service. Whether the deceased was Christian or other, religious or not, whatever the circumstances of death, we will not turn anyone away from celebrating or mourning the life of a loved one. We offer an intimate sanctuary in a handicapped-accessible, air-conditioned building.
...so we welcome all people
Please speak with Pastor David about your needs, whether you would like a full-scale funeral with hymns and readings and eulogies or if you would simply like a space to gather to tell stories.
Pastor David is also available to offer funeral planning and leadership at funeral homes or spaces other than at Plymouth.
While we are in residence at Grace Lutheran, we have a chapel which can fit about 70 guests on comfortable chairs, and we have use of Grace's sanctuary which seat about 300.
Our church musician can provide appropriate piano, guitar, and vocal music to make the funeral as meaningful as possinble, or you may bring your own musicians.
We do not have fees for building use for funerals, as we believe firmly that all people deserve a dignified funeral, regardless of financial status. However, for those that can, we do have a schedule of suggested donations we can make available to you for cleaning, heat and air, musicians, etc. We do have a charge for serving lunches, which charge varies on whether you have it catered or prepared in-house, etc. If you are working with a funeral home, they can help you with that as well.
Let us help you have a comforting and meaningful funeral or memorial service for your loved ones.
Who We Are
Plymouth is a progressive community of love that provides a safe, supportive space for religious exploration and spiritual growth. We prefer questions over answers, compassion over doctrine, and exploring together over going it alone. Jesus cared for people more than he was interested in how they followed "rules", so Plymouth favors loving-kindness and social justice for gay and straight, rich and poor, male and female, goth and hipster, cowboy and rocker...
Wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.
Join us in our mission to make the world a more loving place!
Plymouth United Church of Christ
Rev. David J. Huber, Pastor
2010 Moholt Drive
Eau Claire, Wisconsin, 54703
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