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You are invited to contact our Pastors or The Church Office for assistance. Our Pastors are available for Counseling, to officiate at Weddings, or to help you through a difficult time. Our facilities are available for worship services, meetings, community events, or workshops – any activity to benefit the community and edify the gospel of Jesus Christ is welcomed.

You may contact Rev. Graylan Scott Hagler, Senior Minister, Rev. Dr. Carolyn Boyd-Clark, Minister of Organizational Development, or Ms. Monique Neal, The Church Administrator through our main number:


202-723-9478 (Fax)

You may email the Church Office:

You are invited to contact Rev. Graylan Scott Hagler, our Senior Minister


  1. I have a friend who is trying to move to a senior living facility and I wanted to know do you have anything available and what are the requirements to be eligible to live at your property at North Capitol and Missouri Ave NE. I look forward to your response. Thank you, Duane McMahon

    • Thank you for asking. North Capitol at Plymouth has a waiting list as do most living facilities like this in the area. The rents are in accordance with a person’s income, and everyone is welcomed to apply. But again the waiting list is long.

      If I can offer any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact us.

      Rev. Graylan

  2. Good morning,

    I am looking for a one bedroom apartment for my 65 year old mother. can you please tell me your monthly rental charges and please let me know if you accept government subsidy. Also, are utilities included?

    Thank you so much,

    Erick Gutierrez

    • North Capitol at Plymouth is subsidized and is based upon monthly income. There is a long waiting list however and you should call North Capitol at Plymouth to get on the list.

      RFev. Hagler

  3. Rev Graylan Hagler. You may not remember me but we grew together in West Baltimore. I live on Presstman St and you lived on Normount St then moved to around Oakfield Ave but I am not sure. But I remember your dad had a store on Edmondson Ave. I would love to meet you in person when you are available as I travel DC weekly. I am looking forward to hearing from you.

    • Hope to hear from you. Our phone system is in disarray from construction but you can phone 202-723-5330 and when the voice mail comes on dial extension 21. Thanks.

  4. Rev. Hagler, pulpit associates, members and friends of Plymouth UCC,

    While long overdue, please afford me this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for your prayers, calls visits and support for me and my family during this difficult season. My mother cherished her membership with Plymouth and her relationship with each of you. Know that your thoughts and cards have been a great comfort for me and a demonstration of Plymouth’s commitment to the Gospel of Mathew 5:4…”Blessed are those that mourn, for they shall be comforted…” May God Bless each of you…louis

  5. I have been charged with some very sioerus charges in court and i am facing an uphill battle in court. A petition has been filed to revoke my probation and take away my freedom.Please stand in the gap for me and pray for me that God will intervene in my situation and give me mercy and favor with the judge and prosecutor over my case and that the lord will go before me and fight this battle for me.Please pray for me that God will deliver me from going to prison.God bless you

    • Khaliah I am praying for you, and asking that the Lord go before you and surround you. May the Holy Spirit give to you what is needed for this ordeal. May you be blessed!
      Rev. Hagler

  6. Rev. Hagler and Plymouth friends, there is going to be a 24-hour interfaith prayer vigil in support of Medicaid and affordable health care, THIS week, Wednesday, June 28th through Thursday, June 29th, sponsored, in part, by Friends Committee on National Legislation, Friends Meeting of Washington, William Penn House, and many others. For more information, visit or on Facebook. Opening prayers and welcomes begin at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday on the Capitol lawn, Area 9, directly in front of the Supreme Court. At 5:00 we will attempt to surround the Capitol with love and , (literally). There will also be prayers and drumming with Native peoples from Standing Rock, the Ramappo-Lenape peoples from 9-11 p.m. On Thursday, a sunrise service at 5:00 a.m., followed by gospel choirs from 7-9. Please join us to remind our elected officials that “even as you have done to the least of these, so also have you done to [Jesus].”

  7. Minister Hagler,

    I passed by your church yesterday and saw the Black Lives Matter sign prominently displayed near your church front. I am confused as to why you would allow this seeing that you are the United Church of Christ. I could not find any bible references nor in our Saviour Jesus Christ’s teaching specific to only Black Lives Matter. Christ’s teaching was that all Lives Matter and to worship GOD. It has been shown in many different ways that the BLM movement is a political organization who hates the police. Their movement message began on a lie, Hands Up Don’t Shoot, which has been proven to be a lie. Why not place on the message board, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” As a minister, which message has more promise and hope?

    • Sorry that you are troubled by the sign of Black Lives Matter, but if you have lived the history that I have witnessed you would have no doubts why this sign is important. The lie you cite is a mere attempt to escape a pattern of racial violence and hatred of Black and Brown people by those in power. You attempt to deny White Supremacy, but I do not because I see it’s manifestation everyday; even in the Oval Office and in Congress. Black Lives Matter is not a denial of the mattering of White Lives but no one needs to assert that because it is the accepted framework we exist in.

      Rev. Hagler

      Rev. Graylan Scott Hagler
      Sent from my iPad

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