3 B’s Concert this Friday Evening

By Robb Roaten

On Friday, October 18, at 7:00pm in the Sanctuary, all are invited to a free concert featuring Clayton Hancock (violin), Dawson Hull (piano) and Leander Star (horn). More »

CityServe Recap

Last week on CityServe Sunday, pastor George preached from Luke 10:25-37, considering what it means to Love Our Neighbor. The entire service is available in our livestream archive. On Sunday evening, Brian Lewis preached on Sharing Our Lives, charging us with how to... More »

Ten Benefits of Children’s Choirs

A note from Christy Young, 2PC Children’s Music Director I recently read "Ten Reasons Why You Should have a Children’s Choir," an article by Mark Cabaniss. He is a music publisher, producer, writer, and educator, and is the President/CEO of Jubilate Music Group, based in Nashville... More »

Fall at Second

With the beginning of school comes the beginning of a new ministry year at Second. We’ve compiled a few important dates from our youth and children's ministries as well as information about MidWeek (beginning September 4), and more. More »

Last Summer AMEN: August 15

The final summer AMEN session will be August 15 featuring guest speaker Michael Davis. Breakfast is served at 6:00, and the study will begin at 6:30. Registration is not required! Learn more at More »

Sandy Willson to be Installed as Pastor Emeritus

On February 17, 2019, the congregation voted to elect former Senior Pastor/Teaching Elder Sanders L. Willson as Pastor Emeritus. Sandy will be installed as Pastor Emeritus during our morning worship services on July 28 and will preach at both services. All are invited to stop in the Connector... More »

Adult Summer Bible Studies

Our summer women's Bible study will take place over four consecutive Tuesdays, beginning July 9. There will be two available times: 10:00am and 6:30pm. Registration is available at The next AMEN Bible study will be July 18 with guest speaker Sandy Willson, beginning at 6:30am... More »

The Jesus Gospel (Part 2)

By George Robertson

The primary offense of “The Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel” is its approach to racism. In a blog post leading up to the release of the Statement, MacArthur said the following: More »

The Jesus Gospel

By George Robertson

A high-ranking political friend of mine is fond of saying, “All politics is local.” He meant he was committed to his local constituency first. He tried not to make his political decisions based on his party or a broader national agenda; he tried to do what was best for the people who elected... More »

A Word from George Robertson About Upcoming “Vision Sundays’’

By George Robertson

Over the next three Sundays, starting August 12, I am going to unpack what I believe is The Mission of Second. As I have gotten to know our church and our city over the past year, I think the Lord has particularly equipped us to fulfill the universal mission of the Church of Jesus Christ... More »