Past Events (Page 14)

Past Events (Page 14)

Mar 16, 2016

“Welcoming the Stranger: Discovering and Living God’s Heart for Immigrants”

Wednesday Evenings, February 17-March 16 7-8:30 pm in the Westcott Room Immigration is one of the most complicated issues of our time. Voices on all sides argue strongly for action and change. Christians find themselves torn between the desire to uphold laws and the call to minister to the vulnerable. In this book study, we will read, discuss, and pray in order to move beyond the rhetoric and offer a Christian response. Karen Gonzalez,  a church mobilization specialist for World Relief’s Baltimore Immigration Legal Clinic,…
Mar 12, 2016

Holy Rollers Running Ministry

We will meet at the church at 8 am (Charlcote side by Westcott entrance) for a refreshing run ending with coffee and conversation. Join us as we engage in ministry outside the walls of the church and nourish our mind, bodies, and spirits. Questions? Contact Amy Carlson at  
Mar 8, 2016

Compline Worship Service

 The word compline refers to the final church service of the day in the historical Christian tradition of canonical hours. It is a service of contemplation and reflection. “From dust we shall come… and to dust we shall return” Genesis 3:19 These bodies of ours are finite. Our souls, however, continue to live on in the resurrection of the living Lord. This Lent, we as a church community will strip ourselves from our human inclinations and focus our spirits on how…
Mar 6, 2016

Community Concerts at Second

Vega Quartet With a mission to create and cultivate a new generation of passionate and educated chamber music lovers, the critically-acclaimed Vega Quartet’s playing has “a kind of clean intoxication to it, pulling the listener along” and “a deceptive simplicity and fluidity.” This quartet in residence at Emory University will perform works by Beethoven, Janácek, and Mendelssohn. Visit the Community Concerts website for additional information.  
Mar 4, 2016

Tapas, Talk & Theology

The Tapas, Talk and Theology Bible Study is currently engaged in a 12-lesson series based on the book Augustine:  Philosopher and Saint. Long before Augustine was declared a saint by the Church, he gained profound influence as both a Church Father and a Christian Platonist philosopher.  We meet every other Friday evening at 7:00 pm with a light supper in a participant’s home followed by discussion.  For meeting location and other information, please contact Becky Ferrell at  
Feb 27, 2016

‘Mazing Mission BingoBlast

Fun for all ages at Second Presbyterian that benefits Afghan Women’s Fund & Manna House Bingo Cards: $1 Dinner and Snacks for Sale 50/50 Raffle and chance to win one-of-a-kind white elephant prizes contributed by Second Presbyterian members. Helpers and Prizes Needed for BingoBlast The Mission Council welcomes your help with the first ever “Mazing Mission Bingo Blast Night at Second on Saturday, February 27. With your help and participation, we believe we can raise much needed dollars for Afghan Women’s…
Feb 21, 2016

Community Concerts at Second

Chamber Music by Candlelight February 21, 2016 7:30pm BSO musicians in a candlelit setting. Program Trio in E Major for Oboe d’amore, Horn and Bassoon Johann Gottlieb Graun (1703 – 1771) Allegro   Largo   Allegro Michael Lisicky, oboe d’amore; Fei Xie, bassoon; Philip Munds, horn Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, Op. 25 Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897) Allegro   Intermezzo: Allegro   Andante con moto   Rondo alla Zingarese: Presto Greg Mulligan, violin; Lisa Steltenpohl, viola; Bo…
Feb 14, 2016

Community Concerts at Second

Prima Trio Originally connected by their native Russian language at Oberlin Conservatory in 2004, the Prima Trio has since become a powerhouse in the chamber music world. Winners of many prestigious competitions as both an ensemble and solo performers, pianist Anastasia Dedik, clarinetist Boris Allakhverdyan, and violinist Gulrukh Gurevich will captivate with works by Schumann, Piazzolla, Khachaturian, Milhaud, and Schikele. For more information visit the Community Concerts at Second website.
Dec 20, 2015
Children's Christmas Sing Along

Children’s Christmas Sing-Along & Storytelling

On December 20th in place of Sunday school, we will have a special treat for our children at 9 am in the Chapel. The children will sing along to favorite Christmas carols and enjoy the talents of a special storyteller. (Parents and the young-at-heart welcome too.) A single worship service will follow at 10 am in the Sanctuary, and then we will enjoy a hot Christmas congregational lunch at 11 am in Smith Hall.
Nov 29, 2015


Our next gathering of the Candlelighters’ women’s group will be November 30th at 7:00 pm. Our reading is The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas. As you read consider these three questions… 1.) Who might be the “child in the basement” in our society? 2.) Do you believe “good” should be what benefits the greatest amount of people or based on individual value of life? 3.) How can we make a difference when our individual morality conflicts with the morality of our…