Jazz and Justice Every Day of the Week
We worship at 11:00 am, Pacific Time, every Sunday.
Hybrid Services on 1st and 3rd Sundays
You are welcome to join us in person in the church sanctuary OR join us on Zoom on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.
Zoom Only Services on 2nd and 4th Sundays
We worship only on Zoom on the 2nd and 4th Sundays. There is no in-person worship.
In order to protect all our worshipers, the Zoom link changes from Sunday to Sunday. To get the Zoom link and latest information, please sign up for our email list by clicking here.
Hope to see you Sunday!
No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you're welcome here!
Diverse and Inclusive
Our congregation reflects the diversity of the Bay Area -- our community includes people of African American, Latino/a, European and Asian American heritage; queer, trans, straight, and cis people; single folks, couples, and families of all shapes and sizes; people who are wild about Jesus and people who aren't so sure what they believe, but seeking spiritual community. At Plymouth, you're welcome not in spite of but because of your unique story.
Here at Plymouth, we're a justice-seeking people who follow a justice-making God. You will be encouraged to see yourself as a beloved child of God and a “co-conspirator” in building a world where God's dream of dignity and respect for all people is realized.
Our worship is joyful, vibrant and filled with fabulous music. Folks often say that Sunday worship at Plymouth is one of the best concerts they’ve ever attended! Our congregation includes some of the Bay Area’s most celebrated jazz and blues musicians, and their gifted artistry is the heartbeat of our Sunday morning worship.
Our Pastor, Rev. Marjorie Wilkes Matthews
Rev. Marjorie Wilkes Matthews has served as Pastor of Plymouth Church since October 2013. Before being called as our Pastor, she served for four years as our Associate Pastor.
Pastor Marjorie is a fifth-generation educator, descended from several generations of women who dedicated their lives to teaching and improving educational opportunities for disadvantaged children. She co-founded and co-directed the West Oakland Community School, a charter school for grades 6 – 8.
In addition to being ordained in the United Church of Christ, Pastor Marjorie is trained as a spiritual director, providing support to individuals, couples, and groups seeking to deepen their relationship with God. She believes that her responsibility, as pastor and spiritual director, is to help people embrace belovedness – to grow in love for God, themselves, and others.
Pastor Marjorie is a graduate of Princeton University and Pacific School of Religion. She is married to Rev. Bob Matthews.