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We are proud to announce our partnership with the Plymouth Rock Foundation in our efforts to finance The 1620 Experience

PRF is a non-profit organization that promotes and protects the legacy of the Pilgrims and their impact on Western Culture.   Led by Dr. Paul Jehle, their leadership and membership are comprised of many notable Americans who are authors, lecturers, historians and veterans.   Many of their members are involved in the preservation of original artifacts that help us better understand who they were and why they mattered, such as the Pilgrim Psalter, preserved and revived by Mary Huffman. 

PRF hosted a premiere event honoring the 400th Anniversary of the Pilgrimage to the New World that included a re-enacted church service, the landing event, as well as speeches by Marshall Foster, Founder and President of the World History Institute, and Kirk Cameron, actor and founder of the “American Campfire Revival.”  You can watch portions of this remarkable event from 2021 on their website on YouTube.

Their mission is one that inspires us.  It is the belief that “the followers of Jesus Christ are called to be leaders of men and nations” (Matthew 28:19-20; Isaiah 58:6-8).

The founding document of Plymouth Rock Foundation states that it: “will seek to foster a greater public awareness and understanding of American history, ideas, and ideals, particularly as embodied in the lives of the Pilgrims who founded the Plymouth Colony in 1620…. their devotion to God and the Bible, to freedom and to tolerance, and their embodiment of courage, brotherhood, and individual moral character.”

Plymouth Rock Foundation exists to:

1) preserve & propagate the Pilgrim story and America’s godly heritage;

2) advance the Kingdom of God by applying the Bible to self and civil government, education, economics and contemporary issues.

 We are grateful and excited that we can work with them “To restore the American Spirit,” for “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.” 2nd Corinthians 3:17

Learn more about the Plymouth Rock Foundation and their fascinating store of books and resources.

The 1620 Experience is a non-profit mini-series project that relies on donor funding.   Being a non-profit allows us to share the film for free on any platform that will have us.  In doing so, the greatest number of people are able to watch and learn what true history looks like, and how a little bit of digging can yield astonishing lessons for today.

God bless you,

Beth Vickers

For The 1620 Experience