Tag Archives | Plymouth Church

Danish Christmas Fair Tomorrow

The Danish Seamen’s Church, 102 Willow Street (near Clark) will hold its annual Julemarked (“Christmas Market”) tomorrow, Saturday, November 17 (it’s always held the weekend before Thanksgiving, allowing you to get some shopping done before Black Friday) from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. At the church you may purchase “unique scandinavian design, knitware, gift items, […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

BHS High Holiday Family Services

L’Shana Tova, Happy 5779 to all those that observe. Brooklyn Heights Synagogue is holding Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur K-3 family services at Plymouth Church today, Monday September 10th at 2:00 pm and Wednesday, September 19th respectively. Led my Rabbi Molly Kane, services are FREE and open to all.  No RSVP required. Wishing you a […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Coming up: Stuff-A-Sack Sale at Underground Thrift Store

A couple of times a year, the Underground Thrift Store (which is upstairs at Plymouth Church) clears its shelves and you, dear customers, are the lucky recipients. On Sunday, June 17 and Sunday, June 24 from 12:30 – 4:00  pm, for $25 you can “stuff a sack” with clothes and shoes for men, women, and […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Danish Christmas Market Next Saturday, November 18

The Danish Seamen’s Church, 102 Willow Street (just south of Clark) will hold its annual Christmas Market on Saturday, November 18 from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Shop unique scandinavian design, knitware, gift items, holiday ornaments, danish candy, and traditional food products for the Christmas Dinner. Or bite into delicious “æbleskiver” (puffed apple pancakes) – […]

Read full story · Comments { 1 }

Plymouth Church Underground Thrift Store Re-Opens March 5

The Underground Thrift Store at Plymouth Church re-opens for the spring on Sunday, March 5. Spring merchandise will be featured, with women’s clothing by Tory Burch, Diane von Furstenberg, Theory, Marni, Miu Miu, Polo et al. and men’s clothing by Brooks Brothers, Charles Tyrwhitt, J. Crew, and Banana Republic et al. The store also has a […]

Read full story · Comments { 3 }

Reminders: BHA Annual Meeting Monday; Plymouth Stuff-A-Sack Sale Continues Sunday

As we previously reported, the Brooklyn Heights Association’s annual meeting, to which all are invited, is this coming Monday evening, February 27, at St. Francis College, starting at 6:30. It will feature awards to those who have contributed significantly to the Heights community, as well as a discussion of the proposed Brooklyn-Queens Connector light rail […]

Read full story · Comments { 1 }

Stuff-A-Sack Sale at Plymouth Church Thrift Store

The Underground Thrift Store at Plymouth Church is holding its semi-annual “stuff-a-sack” sale for the next two Sundays, February 19 and 26. For $25 per sack, you can fill your sack with winter designer clothing for men, women, and children. Sales support anti-slavery and human trafficking causes. For fiscal year 2016-2017, the Underground Thrift Shop […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Plymouth Underground Thrift Store Returns This Weekend

After a summer hiatus, the thrift store at Plymouth Church re-opens this summer, on Sunday, September 11 at 12:30 pm. Stocked with fall clothing, designer, and vintage bargains for women, men, and children, the thrift store is open every Sunday from 12:30 to 4:00 pm.  From Plymouth: Following a rush of summer donations, our clothing […]

Read full story · Comments { 1 }

Snow Update

As we’ve noted below, the Anti-Human Trafficking event at Plymouth Church has been postponed to Sunday, January 31 at 12:15 p.m. We called Heights Players and asked if the Saturday and Sunday performances of Arsenic and Old Lace this weekend were still on; we were told, “So far, so good.” If you have tickets or […]

Read full story · Comments { 7 }

Brooklyn D.A. Ken Thompson Headlines Anti-Human Trafficking Event at Plymouth Church Sunday

Update: Because of the winter storm, this event has been postponed to the following Sunday, January 31. As most Brooklyn Heights residents know, Plymouth Church, at Orange and Hicks streets, has a storied history of opposition to slavery, both under Henry Ward Beecher in the years leading to the Civil War, and in recent times. […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }