Second Church’s Covid-19 Response – Updated May 1, 2021

A Message from Pastor Evan

    The Session of Second Presbyterian Church joyously announces that we are resuming in-person worship beginning on Pentecost Sunday, May 23rd.  There are several guidelines we have put into place (the details of which are available by clicking the “Covid Response” link above), but basically we are asking people to wear a mask and practice social distancing, and that’s it.  You can pick your own seat (though every other row is marked off), and reservations are no longer required.

    We are taking one more step toward returning to the life we knew, and the worship we knew, prior to the pandemic, and for that, we are grateful.  For those who do not feel it is right or appropriate for them to return to our sanctuary space, a live-stream of the worship service will still be available at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning.

    We serve a God who is bigger than any virus, any fears, and any isolation, and through this great God we remain connected with one another as Christ’s body in the world.

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May 16th 2021 Worship

Welcome to our online worship for Sunday, May 16th. We’re so happy you’ve chosen to worship with us either live at 10:30 a.m. or at a time of your later convenience. After Jesus ascended to heaven, the disciples were left standing around, kind of wondering what to do. Eventually Peter chimes in and decides that they should select a new apostle to replace Judas. They cast lots and Matthias becomes the 13th apostle. . .and then we never hear about him again. So why would it be critical to select this apostle? In this message, Pastor Evan maintains that really it was about moving on. There are various things we can do to help us move on from pain and hardship in our own lives, and in this message, Pastor Evan explores some of those things.

Scripture: Acts 1:15-17, 21-26
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