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

A Message from Pastor Evan

    The Session of Second Presbyterian Church joyously announces that we are lifting all restrictions that were put in place due to Covid-19.  This now means that effective June 6th:

  • Masks are not required
  • Congregational Singing will resume
  • Offering Plates will be passed
  • And there will be no more roped off seating

    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. We are overjoyed to have passed through this time and to be able to return to worship as normal.

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June 20, 2021

Welcome to our online worship for Sunday, June 20th. 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. Today we are looking at the storm of the disciples being overwhelmed by a storm, as they crossed the Sea of Galilee at night. As the winds blew and the waves crashed onto the boats, the disciples awoke Jesus, who had been sleeping through all of this, and asked him, “Do you not care that we are perishing?” Jesus calmed the storm, and the disciples marveled at this. In today’s message, Pastor Evan will explore how our own faith responds to storms, and the things we can do to better weather the storms that will inevitably come.

Scripture: Mark 4:35-41
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