Missions

First Congregational is a 5 for 5 Church!

What does that mean? It means we fully support Our Church’s Wider Mission (OCWM). We participate not only in OCWM Basic Support to the Wisconsin Conference and the national ministries of the UCC, but also the four special mission offerings.

One Great Hour of Sharing

Supports international programs in health, education and agricultural development, emergency relief, refugee ministries, and both international and domestic disaster response.

Strengthen the Church

Grows the UCC’s future by funding The Stillspeaking Ministry, new and renewing churches, youth and young adult ministries, and lay and pastoral leadership formation.

Neighbors in Need

Supports ministries of justice and compassion throughout the United States.

The Christmas Fund

Provides pension and health premium supplementation to low-income retirees, emergency assistance to clergy families, and Christmas checks to hundreds of annuitants.

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Welcome Table

Every Tuesday evening beginning at 5:30 pm until 6:30 pm at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Plymouth. Every six weeks First Church is responsible for the meal.

Sheboygan County Interfaith Organization

First Church is a founding member of this organization and contributes to its ministry of Womens’ Wear Daily, Farmers Market, and Bridgeway House for women and children.

Heifer Project

Our Learning Community raises funds to support the purchase of stock animals worldwide.

The Eggert Room

Emergency shelter is housed at First Church and supported by many of the churches and organizations (St. Vincent de Paul, Salvation Army) in the Plymouth area.

4/1 Earth

UCC Special Mission beginning on April 1 –May 19, 2013. One United Church on a shared resurrection witness for Planet Earth during the great 50 days of greening up, powering down, and shouting out about the environment. Our goal nationwide is 1 million hours of engaged earth care, including clean up, advocacy, and education; 100,000 trees planted locally and globally; and 100,000 letters of environmental advocacy written and sent to elected officials and media.