MidWeek Programs

Join us on Wednesday evenings for dinner in the Fellowship Hall from 5:00-6:15pm, followed by classes and small groups. Nursery is provided for ages 3 and under, beginning at 6:00. 

MidWeek Schedule

September 12-November 14, 2018*

*excludes October 10 (fall break)

MidWeek Dinner

MidWeek dinner is from 5:00-6:15pm in the Fellowship Hall. 

Ticket prices: Adults-$7, Children-$3
Bundle Prices: 6 Adult tickets-$35, 6 Children's tickets-$15 

Tickets are available in advance at The Bookmark Bookstore.



Basics of Personal Finance and Estate Planning
Room C-310
October 3, 17, 24, 31 | November 7, 14

Part 1: Managing Money God's Way: The Basics of Personal Finances (4 weeks)
Using a video-based series by Crown Ministries, we will touch on basic personal finance issues from a biblical perspective. Topics will include: 

  • Our resources belong to God
  • How to Plan your Spending
  • Giving as an Act of Worship
  • Saving and Investing
  • God’s Solution to Debt
  • Enjoy What God Has Given You

A study guide/workbook will be used ($17; please let us know if help is needed with this cost). Register here for the 4-week course.

Part 2: 
Planning for the Future – Estate Planning (2 weeks)
These two free sessions will present ways to plan for your financial future and will be led by local attorneys with expertise in these fields. The focus of each session is described below: 

  • Nov. 7 - Designed to provide a basic understanding of legal terms/documents to assist in making informed financial decisions. Topics will include: Wills and Living Wills; Trusts; Powers of Attorney; basic Tennessee and Federal estate planning.
  • Nov. 14 - A powerful presentation designed to identify the key issues surrounding estate planning and to encourage you to take appropriate action. Topics will include: Changes in taxes and estate planning that you need to know. Top 10 mistakes most families make; Issues we must confront as we grow older; How assets pass at death.

No cost or registration is required for these two sessions, and all counsel is totally without obligation.



The Connection: Where Hearts Meet
6:15-7:30pm, C-102
October 17, 24; November 7, 14

All families at times face struggles and difficulties, but for families who adopt or foster children who have come from "hard places,” those struggles and difficulties are often greatly increased in intensity and complexity. This study is designed to encourage and equip parents with practical help based on Biblical truths and research based interventions.  While this study was developed for adoptive or foster care families, its information is beneficial for any parent, those considering adoption or foster care, or any individual who works with children and desires to understand trauma and healing strategies for the whole child.

This study will be co-facilitated by Grace and Matt Terhune and Jennifer and Gordon Thompson and will continue in the Spring Midweek semester.  Contact Jennifer Thompson at with any questions.


Chancel Choir
6:30-8:00pm, Choir Room
Rehearsals begin August 15

Chancel Choir’s mission is to bring glory to Jesus Christ through music that reflects our faith through joyful worship and musical excellence. The choir is a non-auditioned group, which meets on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 p.m. and sings each week during morning worship services and for special concerts. Childcare is available upon request - email for reservations.

Contact Calvin Ellis for more information: or 454-0034, ext 211.



A Mother's Heart — Small Group

Fall 2018 StudyA Mom's Companion to the Jesus Storybook Bible (Old Testament), written by Jennifer Wilson
Leader: Mary Grace Walters and Whitney Joiner
Dates: Will follow MidWeek Schedule
Time: 6:30-7:30pm
Room: N-106
Cost: $20 for whole year



Nursery (Infant-3 years)

Contact: Kirsten Scheel, ext. 159

Care for children, infant to 3 years, whose guardian is participating in a program on our campus.



2nd - 5th graders
6:15-7:30pm; September 12-November 14 (excludes Oct. 10)

Meet in the Youth & Recreation lobby, and pick up in the PDS lobby or by carpool line.

Parents must register new participants and sign a waiver. Registration is available online.

Music, games, and Bible lessons! Questions: Contact MK Billings  or 901-531-6178


Jumping for Jesus/Shine (Special Friends)

Wednesday nights, September 12-November 14 (excludes Oct. 10)
6:15-7:30pm, Rooms N100 and N101

Special friends are invited to join us for a time of exercise, music, crafts, and Bible stories. If you have questions, please email Estelle Curtis or call her at 857-0018. 



The Power Plant 
6:15-7:30 pm, C-110
September 12-November 14 (excluding Oct. 10)

Ministry to encourage and support women who are burned out, with a particular emphasis on moms/caregivers of special needs children. We welcome new faces to join us each week. A reading curriculum is recommended to receive most benefit from the program. 

Questions: Andrea Gehrett  or 493-3349. Learn more at www.thepowerplantms.org


Children's Choir


  • Cherub Choir (3 years by April 30, 2018) – C-101
  • Jr. Cherub - Junior K - C107/Blue Room
  • Sr. Cherub - Senior K - C109/Orange Room
  • Music Makers - 1st Grade - C-108/Red Room

Children will broaden their knowledge of Christ’s love for them through music by learning great hymns of the faith, memorizing scripture, recognizing music symbols and notes, and playing musical instruments. 

  • Sr. Cherub and Music Makers will sing on Dec. 2 for “Hanging of the Green” service.
  • 2nd-5th grade choir (Spirit and Song) will meet Sunday evenings beginning Sept. 9 from 4:30-6:00pm.

Register for Children's Choirs Here!

Contact Christy Young for more information:  454-0034, ext. 171 or  




6th-9th grade
5:00-6:15, dinner provided 
Contact: Calvin Ellis, 454-0034, ext 211 or Calvin.ellis@2pc.org

Like a bloodline, sincere faith runs in the family. A love of God must be generational. (2 Timothy 1:5)

Faithline is a new youth choir at 2PC. This ensemble serves as a continuation of students’ spiritual growth through music they have experienced within the Children’s Choir Ministry here at Second. Students will have the opportunity to express their faith through music, devotions, and prayers during our rehearsals. We will continue to strengthen the vocal technique, music theory and ensemble skills through their participation in this choir. Faithline will be directed by Associate Director of Music, Calvin Ellis.

All students in 6th through 9th grades are encouraged to participate.  The only requirement is that the students have a sincere interest in singing praises to God.


Quest (fall only)
6th grade
6:00-7:15pm, Room E-2121
September 12-November 28
Contact: Alyssa Hogan,

Games, hanging with friends, reading God’s Word together, and growing in community.  Midway through the fall semester, this group will transition into Jr. high small groups.



Junior High Small Groups 
7th-8th grade
6:00-7:15pm, Youth Building
September 12-November 28
Contact: Alyssa Hogan, alyssa.hogan@2pc.org

We believe that our relationship with Jesus is the single most important one we have in this world. We have small group time on Wednesdays in order to make this relationship with Him even deeper through studying His Word and spending time in prayer. We desire to live life together, wrestle through hard topics and learn how to engage the world we live in as followers of Christ.

Students must sign up to be in a small group.  


9th-12th grade
7:30-9:00pm, Youth Lounge
August 15-December 5
Contact: Will Nease, will.nease@2pc.org

Dig into His Word, join in fellowship with other believers, and participate in the Great Commission by reaching out to their friends who need to know Jesus.


Support Ministries

Fresh Start (Divorce Recovery)
September 12-November 14
6:15-7:30pm, C-100

Our Divorce Recovery program offers an environment in which people can deal openly and honestly with the issues that come with the end of a marriage. The topics include: self-esteem, discouragement, anger, children and divorce, coping with an ex-spouse, and letting go of the past. There is a registration fee of $30. Register for this semester is closed.


Caregivers Network 
Wednesdays, September 26 | October 3, 17, 24, 31 | November 7
6:30-7:30pm, Room B-100
Leader: Sam Barry

Caregivers Network is a six-week class designed for those who desire to be proactive with the complex issues of caregiving while finding encouragement and support from others. Facilitated by Sam Barry, professionals provide information on legal issues, hospice care, the ABC’s of Memory Loss and Caring for the Caregiver weekly. For more information email

September 26: Legal Issues | Price Morrison

October 3: Health Issues & Aging | Dr. Dana Wright

October 17: Caregiver Burnout | Phyllis Kallaher

October 24: Hospice | Mark Smith

October 31: Financial Issues | J. Randall Flatt

November 7: Caring for Loved Ones at Home | Beth Dunn


Grief Recovery
Wednesdays, October 17, 24, 31 | November 7
6:30-7:30pm, B-101
Leader: Dr. Paul Neal

Grief Recovery is a four-week series and is open to anyone experiencing grief after the loss of a loved one.  Earl Grollman said, “Grief is not a disorder, a disease or a sign of weakness. It is an emotional, physical and spiritual necessity, the price you pay for love. The only cure for grief is to grieve.” Come join others and learn effective strategies for navigating through loss. For more information email


Bookmark Bookstore
Open until 8:00pm 

Second Cup
Open until 7:30pm