Plymouth Congregational Church, today a lively Christian community, has thrived in the heart of Minneapolis, Minnesota, since its founding in 1857. From its beginnings as a frontier church, Plymouth Church has grown and changed with the city. Throughout its history, the congregation has demonstrated a passion for social outreach, locally and overseas, and valued music and the arts as avenues to the sacred. The Archives of Plymouth Church collects, preserves, organizes and shares the record of the church’s history. Documents submitted to Minnesota Reflections include church records 1858–1882 and newsletters that report the involvement of members in World War I. Images include photographs of its church buildings that once stood in downtown Minneapolis and of the original structure from which the current church has grown.