If you know of anyone in the congregation who is food insecure and would like to have some food delivered, please call the office. All information will be kept confidential.
News & Events
While there are limits on the number of people who can attend worship, we have not yet reached that limit on any Sunday. If you would like to attend worship, call Marsha Piepho at 245-1111.
Second Church is the recipient of a monetary gift bequeathed to us in the will of a former member. A check for $75,000 was received. It is yet to be determined, by the Financial Affairs Committee, just where these funds will be invested/allocated.
Since our return to in-person worship, the Flower Committee has had requests from congregants for flower donations and dedications. This has presented some unique challenges since we are operating under a “new normal” with some added restrictions. The Committee has come up with a temporary plan to accommodate requests and will contact those who have
Second Church applied for and fortunately received a $28,400 PPP Loan (Paycheck Protection Program loan) back in April. The loan was given in order for us to meet our utility and payroll expenses during the Coronavirus shut down time. The loan is being forgiven and is now considered a grant and will show on our
The Stewardship Committee would like to thank those who spoke in worship during October to talk about what Second Church means to them: Ray Gilbert, June Haendiges, Carolyn Jez and Liz Desjardins. Each was quite eloquent, and it made everyone in the church proud to be on this journey together.
6– Cliff & June Haendiges (6 years!) 7– Peter & Cheryl Izyk (41 Years!) 17- Paul & Dawn Lecours (38 Years!) 27– Nancy & Michael Bauer (52 Years!)
4– Julia Blais 7– Rhonda Kachinski 7– Kara Pear 11– Joseph Blais 17– Joe Bird 17– Sue Bussell 20– Richard Jones 20– Meg Kiel 22– Len Rogach 24– Cheryl Theofane 28– Donna Jones 31– Archie Biron
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
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