Where do you see God’s love dwell at Second Presbyterian? We will be looking for your answers. As we look to 2023, you will be invited to consider the kind of house we want to “build” for God through the ministry of this church. We ask you to pray about how you might support the work of God here. On November 20, 2022, we will be dedicating those estimated gifts which will be used to fund our 2023 annual budget.
Created in God’s image, we are made for relationship – for community. We are not meant to stand alone. Thus, we share mission, friendships, care and service in Christ. And in being a Christian community, we belong to each other. We celebrate year-round opportunities to gather and celebrate our common life in Christ.
Gather for fellowship with family, friends and neighbors as we celebrate the Risen Christ.
A Night at the Travelers Game
Take me out to the ballgame. Enjoy a picnic at the ballpark with church friends, followed by baseball and fireworks. Little ones accompanied by their parents can enjoy the park’s splash pad.
Summer Sunday Morning Socials
Enjoy morning coffee and refreshments with church friends.
Shrove Sunday/Tuesday Celebration
Celebrate the change of season, Mardi Gras-style, with friends, laughter, refreshments and anticipation.
Easter Egg Hunt
Gather with the family for a special celebration of Easter, abundant eggs hunted by age group, and meaningful fellowship. An Easter parade profiles our children with their ready baskets.
Celebrate incoming and retiring officers around a theme (sshh, it’s a secret). We appreciate all who are rolling off our Session and Diaconate for their faithful hard work, and we welcome our newest officers.
Our annual all-church picnic spreads across the beautiful facility of Ferncliff Camp and Conference Center with lawn games, fishing tournaments, lunch, porch-rocking and laughable moments. This don’t-miss gathering is for all ages.
Hanging of the Greens
Teams of members join together in decorating trees, greening balconies, setting up nativity scenes, preparing candles, and other festive traditions as we approach Christmas. Usually breakfast or refreshments are offered.
Trunk or Treat fills the parking lot, along with spooky games to stimulate imaginations.