8:15 AM
Worship in Milner Chapel
9 AM
Sunday School for All Ages 
10 AM
Sanctuary Worship
(in person and at SecondChurch.org/Live)
11:15 AM
Service of Wholeness & Communion
Milner Chapel

Click here to learn more about what happens at Second on Sunday mornings.

Classrooms for children who are kindergarten age and younger are on the second floor, and elementary school students enjoy lessons and activities on the third floor. Fourth and fifth graders have their own gathering in Room 355. 

Middle and high school students begin together in the youth suite, then split into smaller groups for discussion.

Adult classes. We have all kinds of opportunities covering all interests. See you at Second!

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    Worship in Milner Chapel
    Sundays at 8:15 AM

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    Sanctuary Worship
    Sundays at 10 AM
    (in person and at SecondChurch.org/Live)

    Childcare is available all morning for children age 3 and younger on the second floor.

    Following "The Word with Children", children age 4 through grade 8 may depart for children's choirs or continue worshiping with their families. Please remember to complete a green tag for your child(ren) to be easily reunited during pick up. 

    Don't forget to stop by for donuts and coffee following worship!

    We look forward to seeing you in worship! Join us in person on Sunday morning or tune in on our website, FaceBook, or YouTube.

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    Service of Wholeness and Communion
    Sundays at 11:15 AM
    Milner Chapel

    This 15-minute worship service is open to all and is a weekly opportunity to gather in Milner Chapel to receive the gifts of Scripture, prayer, and communion. After communion, anyone who wishes may receive anointing and prayer from a pastor.

    This service is a wonderful opportunity to receive communion in an intimate setting and may be especially meaningful for anyone who wishes to invite God’s presence, blessing, or guidance into a particular moment or situation in their life. This could be a time of joy or anticipation – a pregnancy, birth, birthday, or wedding – or it could be a time of grief, illness, or hardship.

    "Are any among you suffering? They should pray. Are any cheerful? They should sing songs of praise. Are any among you sick? They should call for the elders of the church and have them pray over them, anointing them with oil in the name of the Lord."
    James 5:13-14