We offer various ways to worship, including a casual Family Service or a more Traditional Service.
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On May 18, Governor Charlie Baker released guidance that allows for the reopening of
churches and houses of worship across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
While our church council team works on a re-opening strategy, we will continue to hold worship services virtually. Our goal is to open as soon as possible, but with a plan in place to comply with guidelines and to consider the good health and safety of all members.
You are invited to join us for a live virtual worship service on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. on Facebook Live.
Or watch services on our YouTube channel any time.
As we seek an Interim Pastor, services are presented by our Church Deacons and Guest Pastors.
(Though in-person worship services and programs are canceled due to the Coronavirus, they are listed below for your information.)
SUNDAYS 8:30 AM
The youth are the future of Second Church and our community. Their energy is valued and embraced. We recognize that there are many activities vying for their time — sports, academics, social life — and our goal is to make them feel welcome and keep things lively to hold their attention.
The Family Service is an opportunity to embrace the energy of the children as we teach them how Christ can be a part of their lives. The Praise Band, playing a variety of music on guitars and drums, encourages children to get up on their feet and join in with instruments and dance.
There is a weekly children’s story, and kids enjoy taking turns to collect the offertory and ring the bell.
Our liturgical dancers perform at services throughout the year and we encourage our youth to participate in the service. People of all ages are welcome to join in Communion, the first Sunday of the month.
Our goal is to let youth know that they are valued, and respected in the life of the church community. Communion is served the first Sunday of each month and on sacred occasions.
SUNDAYS 10:30 AM
Our Traditional Service includes organ and choir music with familiar hymns led by the Chancel Choir, a pastoral prayer, inspirational sermons, and readings of the Holy Word from scriptures.
Communion is served the first Sunday of each month and on special occasions.