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Fellowship & Ministry

A loving ministry of Central UCC since 1991, Plymouth Harbor is operated by caring staff and
volunteers who provide a safe and stimulating environment for participants. Plymouth Harbor
offers a respite for family members and primary caregivers. A support group for families and
caregivers is available twice a month.

Meaningful Activity

Our time at Plymouth Harbor is filled with meaningful activities that provide mental, physical and social stimulation in a supervised setting. These activities include:

  • Exercise such as yoga, chair exercises and tai chi
  • Daily musical performances
  • Games: Wii, Shuffleboard, Croquet, Bacci Ball, Bowling, Golf, Dominos, Bingo and more
  • Nature walks on Central’s six-acre nature preserve
  • Interactions with therapy pets and children from Turning Sun School
  • Crafts and cooking projects

Plymouth Harbor’s Approach

Plymouth Harbor places a high value on relationships and social connections. We seek to preserve the dignity of all participants, not making distinctions between volunteers, staff and participants. We are all there to enjoy the day together. Plymouth Harbor seeks to create a special place; some of our participants call it “The Club.” We focus on the strengths of each
individual, understanding that all persons have a desire to feel productive and needed. We
follow a schedule which provides a familiar routine, creating a sense of security.

A self-sustaining ministry of the Central Congregational United Church of Christ, Plymouth Harbor provides a warm, caring, and stimulating environment for older adults every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and respite for their family and friends. Call 404 633-4506 ext. 225 for more information about this exceptional program.

A support group for caregivers led by a certified counselor meets twice a month for support, counseling, and resources to balance the stress of caring for a family member. All caregivers are welcome to the support group.

Near the Clairmont Road Exit of I-85, Plymouth Harbor is located on the Central UCC campus, which encompasses a six-acre nature preserve and is on the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail.

Call to Arrange a Visit, Volunteer or Learn More 404.633.4506 ext 225 Learn More