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Indiana Center for Middle East Peace Presents:
Voices of Palestinian Resistance

Indiana Center for Middle East Peace is proud to host Joe Catron, a member of the International Solidarity Movement (ISM), the same organization that Rachel Corrie represented when she was run over by a Caterpillar bulldozer defending a Gazan family's home in 2003.


In Memory of Rachel Corrie
Joe Catron, International Solidarity Movement
Thursday, April 26, 6:30pm
Plymouth Congregational Church UCC, 501 West Berry Street
Free, open to the public

 ICMEP in cooperation with the International Solidarity Movement-Northern California (ISM) invite you to attend a presentation on the ISM's work in Palestine.

Since 2001, thousands of volunteers from around the world have joined the ISM to participate in Palestinian-led nonviolent resistance against Israeli human rights violations. They stayed with resistance fighters in the Nativity Church in Bethlehem, brought medical supplies to the ancient Nablus Casbah, and filmed the destruction and death in the Jenin refugee camp. ISM is on the front lines of the conflict and members have sacrificed their lives in service of justice for the Palestinian cause. Notable are Rachel Corrie, killed in Gaza and Tom Hurndall, shot in the head. In 2009, 2012 and 2014, ISM volunteers were in Gaza, reporting the Israeli invasion and helping in the hospitals, clinics and schools.


S'Mores Presents:

The S'Mores will be saluting Moms with a special concert by the Heartland Sings Professional Singers, May 6, immediately after the morning service. Snacks and drinks will be provided at no cost. No reservations are necessary! There will be child care available in the nursery. 


Evangelism & Marketing Invites You to: 

~ SUNDAY SUNDAES , May 20 in the Folsom Room, 11:30-12:30 ~

 Plan to join us after the service as we celebrate the beginning of summer and the end of a great year of Sunday School. There will be sidewalk chalk and bubles for the young and young at heart. I scream, you scream, we all scream for Sunday Sundaes!


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All groups requesting to use a room in the Plymouth building MUST complete either a "One-Time Event" building use form, or a "Repeating Event" building use form BEFORE the date can be held on the church calendar AND the use of the requested room confirmed. (For a copy of the form needed, click on it above). Please remember that we cannot guarantee the condition of any room in the building until the construction is finished.

A returnable damage deposit of $125 also should be submitted with the form, and a custodial fee ($75 for outside groups/$50 for inside groups) also should be paid, when applicable. 

For a hard copy of the Building Use Policies, Room Fee Schedule, and/or Ceremony Fee Schedule, please call the office at (260) 423-9424.