Join us on the first Sunday in Advent for this favorite post-Thanksgiving activity. We will be making Advent Wreaths in Smith Hall during the Christian Education Hour at 10 am. Adults and children welcome. There will be no Sunday School on this day.
On Sunday, October 27, we will worship together as a congregation during a single 10 am worship service and then celebrate the season with a Fall Festival including trunk-or-treating, food trucks, and musical entertainment by our own Liz Sesler-Beckman’s Jazz Caravan band. You are invited to decorate their trunks with a spook-tacular theme, bring lots of candy, and enjoy a day of good old fashioned ghoulish fun! We can’t wait to see some creative car trunks decked out in the…
Our middle and high school youth group meets weekly (with a few exceptions) on Sunday afternoons from 4– 5:30 PM. Middle and high schoolers meet at the same time, but have separate tracks alternating between “holy conversations” and recreational activities followed by a shared dinner. Youth from First English Lutheran have joined Second’s youth this year, and the meeting locations vary between the two churches. Questions? Contact Rev. Amy Carlson at email@example.com.
Oct 6, 2019
Rev. Mary Ann McKibbon Dana, author of God Improv and the Art of Living, will be our guest preacher at both services for World Communion Sunday. She will also lead the adult seminar at 10 AM.
We celebrate the beginning of a new Sunday School year for children, youth, and adults with our annual Rally Day picnic. Join us on Sunday, September 8, for worship at 10 AM followed by the picnic on the church lawn with great food, fun (moonbounce, pony rides, and petting zoo) and fellowship. All are welcome.
During the summer months from Memorial Day through Labor Day, we switch our worship schedule to one service at 10 am. The service is held in the chapel and combines elements of our more casual 9 am service and traditional 11 am service.
On Sunday, August 18th, we will once again experience worship through an outdoor vespers service. With nature’s beauty surrounding us, we will worship God through a service of music, praise and a celebration of the mystery of His creation. It will be a sacred moment filled with the love of God and trust that God remains faithful and a visual reminder that as a part of this community, we hold one another in prayer and support. Children and families are…
Join us for a special early morning pop-up worship service in Sherwood Gardens on Sunday, August 4 at 7 AM near the intersection of Greenway and Stratford. We will be joined by some special musicians (accordion, banjo, guitar, ukulele, violin, voice, handbells) playing African-American spirituals.
The Chancel Choir generally rehearses weekly on Thursday evenings at 7:30 pm in Smith Hall. If you are interested in singing in the choir, contact our choir director, Philip Olsen.
The Handbells@Second choir generally rehearses weekly on Wednesday evenings at 7 pm in the Sanctuary loft. For information, contact Beau Lochte.