Category Archives: Announcements
Missions is collecting new underwear, socks and T-shirts for distribution to the homeless and those who seek shelter at the Springfield Rescue Mission. According to Barbara Brizzolari, Rescue Mission Event coordinator, “very often spiritual healing begins with physical needs being … Continue reading
If there is a question about cancelling worship on Sunday morning, please watch the Springfield television stations for information or look on their websites (WWLP-TV 22news, WSHM CBS 3, or ABC40 WGGB). Second Church also has a Facebook page that … Continue reading
Mark your 2018 calendars for Sunday, Jan. 28th, for the Second Congregational Annual Meeting. All are encouraged to attend this lunch meeting to be held in the dining room following worship.
The Women’s Fellowship will meet on Sunday, January 21st following worship to begin preparations for the Annual Lenten Lunches. All Women are invited to participate in Women’s Fellowship.
Within your new pledge books for 2018, there is an initial offering envelope for a $5.00 donation. This donation helps defray the cost of the pledge books.
All committees are reminded that the Executive Council is looking for one or two goals from them, for 2018. These goals need to be given to Beth Zelazo by January 21st. If you are unsure what Executive Council is looking … Continue reading
We’ve received a greeting from Rev. Marilyn Wilcox, who has supplied our pulpit recently during Bruce’s absence. She wishes our congregation a Happy New Year as well as all good things for us in 2018!
Faith Promise cards received to date for the Stewardship “The Way of Jesus” campaign total 71 with a monetary total of $107,974.00. There were 110 packets mailed with a goal of $130,000. If you haven’t already mailed your 2018 promise … Continue reading
A birthday was accidently omitted in the last Arrow…. Mya Snyder on January 17th. Happy Birthday, Mya!
Please include in your prayers the following individuals mentioned in our Sunday services: Healing prayers for Alan, Lindsay, Betty, Rich, David, Anne, Jim, David, and Michael. Prayers of comfort for Krystle and her family during this holiday season.