Feb 2, 2020
This Sunday we will hold a single worship service at 10 AM in the Sanctuary followed by our annual pancake breakfast and congregational meeting at 11 AM.
Jan 20, 2020
This January, the community of churches along North Charles Street are coming together once again to serve our community. This is a great way for us learn about local mission programs, meet new people, and be the presence of Christ in someone else’s life. Note the family friendly options that are open to parents and children. Click this link to sign up. VOLUNTEER SERVICE OPTIONS WOODBERRY CROSSING (FAMILY FRIENDLY) 9 am – 1 pm 925 Stablersville Road Parkton, MD 21120 www.woodberrycrossing.org…
America’s Greatest Theologian, His Impact and Relevance for Today—Reinhold Niebuhr (1892-1971) If he was alive today, we would be hearing much from Reinhold Niebuhr. He did not hold back his thoughts on religion and politics. The author of the “Serenity Prayer”, a piece he scribbled out for worship at Bethel Evangelical Church in Detroit, where he served from 1915-1928, was not always as ‘serene’ as this pastoral prayer indicates. Reinhold Niebuhr became the most influential American theologian of the twentieth…
Jan 5, 2020
We will hold a single 10 AM worship service in the Sanctuary for Epiphany Sunday.
Join us for our late candlelight Christmas Eve service at 11 pm in the sanctuary. Communion will be served. You do not need to be a member of this church or even Presbyterian to receive communion. All are welcome to partake.
Join us for our 8 pm Candlelight Christmas Eve service of lessons, carols and candlelight.
Our family-centered Christmas Eve service begins at 4:45 pm with musical preludes performed by children in the congregation. Join us for traditional Christmas music, a fresh child-centered telling of the Christ story, and candlelighting.
A worship service by candlelight in the chapel to feed our soul and slow our minds as we wait and prepare to receive the real gift of Christmas. All ages are welcome.
Find great holiday gifts while supporting good causes at Second Presbyterian Church’s annual Alternative Gift Market. All proceeds support Second’s mission outreach efforts. Look for beautiful handmade Afghan rugs, jewelry and scarves from the Afghan Women’s Exchange; Infused Spreads Jams; jewelry and ornaments from AlonzAJewels and Uniquely Vetty Designs, notecards; paintings and knit items from Wild Mountain Designs & Art; Schermer Pecans; T-shirts and jewelry from Jubilee Arts Youth in Business, Piccolo Pottery; Hunzy Organic body products; cutting boards, wine…
Our annual Christmas pageant will take place during a single 10 AM worship service on Sunday, December 8. After worship, the Alternative Gift Market will take place from 11 am – 2 pm in Smith Hall . Find some great gifts while supporting our mission partners.