We’re happy to see that a number of you have joined us for in-person worship. Our “new normal” has been and will continue to be an adjustment for everyone, so we greatly appreciate everyone’s cooperation. We’ve all heard the warnings of the recent up-tick in COVID-19 cases and with flu season upon us, we want
Author: Clark Howell
November 1, 2020 All Saints Day 10:00 a.m. Lord’s Day Worship Scriptures: Psalm 34: 1-10, 22 1 Corinthians 12:12-20, 26-31 Sermon: When It All Fits Together Lay Reader: Denise Summers Dedication: This Sunday’s broadcast is sponsored by Denise Summers. *This service will be broadcast on November 8th on the Valley’s Classic Hits 1250 AM, 97.7
Dear Members and Friends, As most of you know, I enjoy going to the gym almost every day to work out. For years, I (along with everyone else) have been greeted by name by the 80+ year old woman who staffs the desk nearest the entrance. She also remembers the names of spouses and partners!
As wind-whipped wildfires continue to take lives and destroy forests, homes and businesses on the West Coast of the U.S., United Church of Christ congregations are in stages ranging from evacuation to recovery to post-traumatic stress syndrome. In the two hardest hit UCC conferences– Central Pacific and Northern California-Nevada– several congregations and church camps await
A heartfelt “Thank You” from Joe Bird for all of the cards, calls and remembrances for his beloved wife of 76 years, Evelyn.
Sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Evelyn F. Bird. Entered This Life……..January 30, 1925 Entered Eternal Life……….August 28, 2020
The following students recently received Perry Scholarships from Second Church to help with their continuing education: Jeffrey Desjardins Michael Desjardins Taylor Kachinski Kimberly Sikorski!
Congratulations to Jason Desjardins! He is working at Visual Changes Salon in East Longmeadow as an assistant stylist and stylist, and at Limelight Dance Center in Ware as a Competition Team Dance Teacher/Choreographer.
The Missions Committee is collecting school supplies again this year for Old Mill Pond. Some items needed are glue sticks, dry erase markers, pencils, composition notebooks, and Crayola markers. Due to COVID-19, we are asking for pencil boxes (that can be sanitized), individual pencil sharpeners, hand sanitizer, anti-bacterial wipes and face masks. If you would
The Stewardship Committee would like to thank all who have continued to keep up with their Faith Promise Pledge during these difficult times. Donation statements will be going out soon for those who like to keep track of their contributions.