We are called to share love, support and accept our neighbors, locally and around the world. In gratitude for God’s love, Plymouth Park United Methodist Church members reach out to others through missions and service.
If you are searching for a place where you can be real and experience genuine relationships and care, then you’ve come to the right place. Look around and find a ministry or group that fits you. We’d especially encourage you to check out our Care Groups, as these are where the life of our church really happens!
Perhaps after visiting our web site and reading this, you’re interested in learning more about us. There are lots of easy ways to check us out. Join with us at our Sunday Service. Stop by one of our community outreaches. Visit a Care Group. Come out to an Alpha Course. Touch base with one of our pastors through this web site. Or just work your way around this web site and get to know Grace Community Church.
Emergency Food Pantry
Plymouth Park UMC runs an emergency food pantry out of our church office that is open to the general public. Anyone seeking assistance will receive a box of non-perishable, easy open, and nutritious food, along with gender specific toiletries. Kid friendly meals are available and we have a variety of diapers for children and adults. Occasionally we have formula, dog food, and warm clothing.
The Food Pantry is open during business hours:
Sunday: 8:30am – 12:30pm
Our food pantry runs on the generous donations of our community. We accept the following items for donations:
- ramen noodles
- boxed cereal
- boxed milk
- canned meat (chicken, tuna, SPAM, ham)
- Vienna sausage
- canned pasta
- canned vegetables
- canned fruit
- fruit cups
- applesauce cups
- bottled juice and water
- canned beans
- canned chili
- canned hearty soups
- side dishes (rice, potatoes, mac & cheese)
- shelf-stable meals (Dinty Moore, Barilla, Hormel)
- Peanut butter
- Saltine crackers
- pudding cups
- snack crackers and granola bars
- shampoo and conditioner
- bar soap
- toothpaste and toothbrushes
- shaving cream
- non-expired formula
- dog food
- baby wipes
Many Helping Hands
501C Non-Profit for Homeless individuals
Many Helping Hands has grown tremendously since its establishment in 2012. We feed over 100 homeless and needy people each week on Thursday evenings and are currently supported by 20+ groups from churches and organizations who alternate each week and provide a hot meal for those that are hungry and need help.
If you would like to be a part of the PPUMC Many Helping Hands group that feeds and serves about every 9 weeks, please contact