Second Church’s Covid-19 Response – Updated September 20, 2020

A Message from Pastor Evan

    Well that certainly escalated quickly.
     As we all adjust to this new normal, I welcome you to Second Presbyterian Church and hope that this site will be a spiritual oasis in a self-isolating desert.  Here at Second Church, we are working hard to connect with you and provide resources to help you care for your spirit.  There is much content here that will allow you to browse anonymously, but if you should ever desire to reach out and speak with someone, we truly hope you will.
     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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October 25, 2020 Worship Service

Welcome to our online worship for Sunday, October 25th. 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. In this worship service, Pastor Evan talks about how with each subsequent written gospel, Pontius Pilate became a more sympathetic character, until finally in John’s gospel, the last one written, one might almost feel sorry for Pilate. Here was this guy who seemed to want to let Jesus go, who tried every tool at his disposal, and yet was essentially forced into sending Jesus to be crucified. Given this evolving treatment of Pilate, and what we know about him from history, what could John be trying to teach his original audience and, by extension, us? In today’s message, Pastor Evan explores John’s juxtaposition of the one who would seem to be free and powerful (Pilate) with the one who seems to be bound and weak (Jesus) and then asks what is true freedom.

Scripture: John 18:38b-19:16
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