3– Roberta Biron 3– Iain Ferreira 4– Dave Cotter 5– Scott Knolton 6– Alan Cole 12– Melissa Delargy 12– Elizabeth Desjardins 13– Lily Valenta 15– John Wojnilowicz 15– Martha Willis 17– Mya Snyder 18– Glenn Thayer 18– Jean Trahan 20– Paul Mombourquette 20– Catriona Ferreira 20– Cameron Kirby 21– Al Roman 22– Rev. Bruce 23–
8– Frank & Marge Mancuso (55 Years!!) 27– Ken & Elaine Korhonen (48 Years!!)
Prayers were said during our worship service as well as on the prayer chain for the following: Ray Gilbert Steve Dykstra Jerry Smith Allen Sanders
Feel like bringing on a smile by sending a card?? Gene Stone (Papa Gene), in a local nursing home, would love a card. His address is: Gordon Stone Jewish Nursing Home 770 Converse St. Longmeadow, MA 01106
The red envelope designated for Missions can be placed in the offering plate in the sanctuary entrance or mailed to the church. This offering will be used to buy gift cards for students at Palmer High School to help make some Christmases just a little merrier.
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.
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