Annual and Special Events
The annual Christmas program
is a Plum Point tradition.
Plum Point holds a number of events throughout the year and invites local residents to enjoy them. The second Sunday in September is the church's homecoming Sunday, and the church celebrates with a special lunch and singing. The church typically holds a revival in mid-October and often conducts Bible School for a few days during the summer months. For many decades, the community has looked forward to the church's annual Christmas program, which includes both youth and adult church members. On "fifth Sundays" (that is, Sundays in a month when there are five Sundays instead of the usual four), the church stages an "open-stage gospel music festival."
As the seasons and weather allow, church members schedule fellowship activities for members and the local community. Most recent activities have included a hayride during the autumn season and a ride on the Big South Fork Scenic Railway near the Lake Cumberland area.
Plum Point's youth enjoy a variety of activities.
Youth leaders Kathy Arnold and Julie Taylor encourage an active group to participate in retreats, holiday programs, and educational as well as recreational trips. The youth raise money for their activities through fundraisers, such as Sunday afternoon chili dinners and luncheons. They offer the meals in the church's fellowship hall, typically asking for nothing but a possible contribution to their cause.