You are welcome to worship with us.
Wherever you are on your journey
Second Church of Plymouth is a church where God’s grace abounds,
Jesus’ love flows and the Holy Spirit inspires. You will be amazed at how welcome you feel.
Our congregation is a place to grow spiritually in Christ, make friends and lasting relationships.
We are excited to announce the
Sunday, March 21
We reopened the church on March 21. In-person services will be held every Sunday at 10:00 a.m. Social distancing and masks are required.
We will continue to show the live broadcast on Facebook at 10:00 a.m.
Don't feel comfortable attending in person? Continue to watch on Facebook Live or on YouTube (pre-recorded).
FAMILY WORSHIP SERVICE
Sunday 10:00 a.m.
We offer a relaxed worship service where we embrace the energy of our adults and children as we come together to learn how Christ can be a part of our lives -- no matter how young or old!
VIRTUAL PRAYER REQUEST
Due to the amount of prayer requests we receive, names will not be read aloud during the Sunday virtual service. However, the first name and last name initial of the person needing the prayers will be shown on a slide during the Prayers/Concerns/Lord's Prayer.
Please be sure to submit your prayer requests and concerns by Friday at noon.
Support Broadcast Ministry
The Second Church of Plymouth has been faithfully broadcasting weekly services since March of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In order to continue to meet these needs and work towards improving our broadcast ministry and in-person worship services, we are looking for financial assistance in meeting our goal of purchasing a new sound console, video and audio production computers and a live video production camera. The breakdown of the estimated costs are below.
Mixing Console - $2,200
Live Video Production Camera - $1,500
Video Production Computer - $ 1,700
Audio Production Computer - $ 1,000
Any donation will help make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to our Church!
Restore, Renew, Rejoice this Second...
Dear Second Church Members and Friends,
We are writing to you primarily to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation to you for your continued faithfulness and support to Second Church of Plymouth. We are sure that you would agree with us that 2020 has been a year unlike any we have ever had. When we reflect back over the past twelve months, we are reminded of how much God has been able to accomplish through all of us amidst a nationwide pandemic where so many churches have been negatively impacted. Specifically, we have broken ground on what we believe is the start of an amazing and optimistic future!
All of the successes would not be possible without the faithfulness and generosity of our church family and friends. Thank you all so much! Through all of your generosity, our financial position has been strengthened and continues to improve. We are hopeful that we will soon be approaching a point where we can begin the search for a settled pastor.
The second point of this letter is to inform you that we will be starting our annual Stewardship drive Sunday, September 27, 2020. We will have reminders and Stewardship moments during our virtual services on Sundays and we would just like to ask that you pray about continuing to support our wonderful, beloved, Second Church of Plymouth so that we may continue to “Restore, Renew, Rejoice this Second….”.
Should you feel moved by the Spirit to continue to support the church financially, please digitally submit a pledge.
Thank you for all your effort. Take Care and Stay Well,
Bill Dyer - Moderator
Laurie Savery - Stewardship Committee Chair
Things that cause optimism!
The old elevator has been removed and the new elevator enclosure is just about completed and the elevator should be installed and operational before Thanksgiving.
The altar in the sanctuary is currently being renovated to widen the altar, remove the choir benches, and support the expanded praise team.
We have installed two 65” televisions to help the congregation follow along during worship services, thus eliminating the need for hymnals and bulletins. (This is to ensure compliance with COVID protocols).
We are in the planning stages of constructing an audio/video control booth that will support our growing virtual service capabilities.
We had a successful Vendor/Craft fair in August 2020 that raised approximately $1,100 for the church.