Second Presbyterian Church in Baltimore, Maryland, welcomes you no matter who you are, where you come from, or why you are here. We are Christ’s people and this is Christ’s place with its doors wide open.
Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, On Sunday evening a sign outside Maryland Presbyterian Church that declared love for LGBTQ people, immigrants and Muslims was vandalized with hate speech. Baltimore Sun article WBAL TV Report Maryland Presbyterian Church is organizing a unity rally, “Hate Has No Home Here,” scheduled for 10 AM, Sunday, February 17, at the church at 1105 Providence Road.…
Our annual congregational meeting is called this Sunday, February 3rd, at 10 am in the Chapel. The purpose of the meeting is to review the 2018 Annual Report, receive the 2019 budget, and vote for the pastors’ terms of call. Please make every effort to attend.
Good morning-As the snow continues to fall, a group of Elders have been in conversation about this morning’s worship plans.We will not have corporate worship at Second Presbyterian Church today. Stay home and stay safe.I will send out a sermon for you to read and reflect on. ( If you haven’t received it- and would like it, let me know!)Be safe, and…
"Everywhere in America, attractiveness is overvalued as a defining characteristic. Women’s bodies, no matter how old, are expected to look young and slender. The older we get, the harder it is to meet this ideal. Meanwhile, in this culture, many of our strengths, such as caretaking, emotional processing, peacemaking, and connecting to others, are not acknowledged." ~Mary Pipher, Women Rowing North
Join us Wednesday night, March 20th, at 7pm in the Westcott Room for this month's MIssion Book Group discussion. ... See MoreSee Less
At Hero Central, kids will enjoy an interactive, energizing, Bible-based good time as they discover their strength in God. They will become Heroes and explore how to serve God and God’s mission for our lives.
In her Sunday sermon, Pastor Amy shared a memory of hiking through the woods in the darkness at summer camp: an experience that was both scary and marvelous at the same time.
We have always been taught to fear the darkness. But what if darkness is not something to avoid but a place to dwell in the mystery of that what we cannot see but we know is there.
In private devotion today, spend a few moments thinking about a time that you experienced "darkness" a time when you had to trust God's presence even if you couldn't see it. How did it make you feel? Did you find the Light of Christ in this moment? Are you still searching?
Please Post your memory or a picture to this thread so that others can see how the Light of the World comes to each of us!" #SeekShareServe ... See MoreSee Less
Jesus came to a Samaritan city called Sychar, near the plot of ground that Jacob had given to his son Joseph. Jacob’s well was there, and Jesus, tired out by his journey, was sitting by the well. It was about noon.