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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October 17, 2021 Worship

Welcome to our online worship for Sunday, October 17th. 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.  Our desires reveal a great deal about our spiritual condition.  In the gospel lesson from Mark this morning, Jesus asks blind Bartimaeus, “What do you want me to do for you?”  Immediately before this story, Jesus had asked James and John the same thing.  One person answered well, it seems; the other did not.  So there are desires that lead us down paths of holiness and desires that can lead us down paths of sin.  In this message, Pastor Evan explores this idea and concludes that rather than try to eliminate the desires of our hearts, we should hand all our desires over to God so that God can use our desires to fuel the passions he places within our hearts.

Scripture: Mark 10:35-38, 46-52
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