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

January 9 - April 10, 2019*

*excludes March 13 (spring 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.


January 9 — February 13

Christ Centered Parenting

6:30–7:30 p.m.  ·  DB11
This six-week class, led by various members of Second’s pastoral, children’s, and youth staff, will cover a variety of topics to help parents of children in all ages and stages, including: how to get through the early years, how to worship together as a family, sexuality, social media, and more.


January 9 — March 6

Faith Alive! A Women’s Study of James

6:15–7:30 p.m.  ·  C310
Over the course of nine consecutive weeks, Leesa Jensen and Mary Willson will lead women through the book of James. You are welcome to join us for as few or as many gatherings as you desire. If you’d like to come prepared to our first gathering, please pick up a study guide from the Women in Ministry office after January 1 (email ). Using the study guide is encouraged, but is not required. Click here to register for this study.


January 9 — 23

Restoration & Peacemaking Ministry: What’s It All About?

6:30–7:30 p.m.  ·  Salmon Room
This three-week class, led by Todd Erickson and Tim Russell, is designed for church members who are interested in learning about Second’s Restoration and Peacemaking Ministry (RPM), refreshing what they have previously learned, and possibly participating as a volunteer in this ministry.
Topics will include:

  • Biblical basis for resolving conflict among members
  • Nuts and bolts of the restoration process
  • The role of lay leaders serving as peacemakers
  • Skills needed to be an effective peacemaker
  • What happens when restoration is not achieved
  • Insights of experienced peacemakers from Second’s RPM
  • Judicial Commissions: their purpose and process


January 9 — April 10

Chancel Choir

6:30–8:00 p.m.  ·  Choir Room 
The 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 rehearses on Wednesday evenings and sings each week during morning worship services and for special concerts. Childcare is available upon request: email for reservations. Contact: Calvin Ellis at


January 9 — April 10

A Mother’s Heart · Small Group

6:30–7:30 p.m.  ·  N105 ·  $15 Registration Fee
A Mom’s Companion to the Jesus Storybook Bible(Old Testament, Part 2), written by Jennifer Wilson. Led by Mary Grace Walters and Whitney Joiner. Register online at 2pc.org/women


January 16 — March 6

Empowered to Connect: Where Hearts Meet

6:15–7:30 p.m.  ·  C102
This study, led by Grace and Matt Terhune and Jennifer and Gordon Thompson, 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 families, the information is helpful to all parents, those considering adoption or foster care, and those who work with children. Contact Jennifer Thompson at
with any questions.


March 20, 27  and  April 3

Looking to the Cross for Holy Week 

6:30–7:30 p.m.  ·  C310
As we prepare for Holy Week and Easter Sunday, this three-week study will turn our hearts to the cross and God’s work of redemption in Christ. This will be a combined series for all adults, led by our pastors.


April 10

Family Seder Passover

6:30–7:30 p.m.  ·  Fellowship Hall
This will be a “hands-on” experience of a traditional Passover Seder, with teaching on the significance of each of the elements and how they point us toward Jesus the Messiah. Reservations are required.



January 9 — April 10

Nursery  ·  Infant–3 years

6:00–7:45 p.m.
Care for children infant to 3 years whose guardian is participating in a program on our campus. Contact: Kirsten Scheel at


January 9 — April 10

Connect  ·  2nd–5th Grade

6:15–7:30 p.m.
Meet in the Youth and Recreation Lobby and pick up in the PDS lobby or by carpool line. Parents must register children and sign a waiver. Music, games, and Bible lessons! Contact: Lucy Stevens at or 531-6178


January 9 — April 10

Jumping for Jesus ·  Special Friends

6:15–7:30 p.m.  ·  N100 &  N101
Special friends are invited to join us for a time of exercise, music, crafts, and Bible stories. Contact: Estelle Curtis at 857-0018 or


January 9 — April 10

Power Plant

6:15–7:30 p.m.  ·  C110
A ministry to encourage and support women with a particular emphasis on moms/caregivers of children with special needs. We welcome new faces to join us each week. A reading curriculum is recommended to receive maximum benefit from the program. Contact: Andrea Gehrett at or 493-3349. Learn more at thepowerplantms.org


January 9 — April 10

Children’s Choir

Choir is available for children ages 3 (by April 30, 2018) through 1st grade on Wednesday evenings from 6:15-7:30 p.m. in the C basement. Second through 5th grade children rehearse on Sunday afternoons. Visit 2pc.org/kidsmusic for more details, including room locations and to register, which is required. Contact: Christy Young at



January 9 — April 10


5:00–6:00 p.m.  ·  Choir Room  · 6th-9th Grade
This ensemble, directed by Calvin Ellis, will focus on vocal technique, music theory, and ensemble skills. Contact: Calvin Ellis at


January 9 — April 24 (excludes March 13 & April 17)

Jr. High Small Groups · 6th–8th grade

6:00–7:15 p.m.  ·  Youth Building
Living life together, studying His Word, spending time in prayer, wrestling through hard topics. Students must sign up to be in a small group. Contact: Alyssa Hogan at


January 9 — April 24 (excludes March 13)

Sr. High TRUE NORTH ·  9th–12th grade

7:30–9:00 p.m.  ·  Youth Lounge
Dig into His Word, join in fellowship with other believers, and participate in the Great Commission by reaching out and inviting friends who need to know Jesus.  Contact: Will Nease at



January 9 — March 6

Fresh Start

6:15–7:30 p.m.  ·  C100 ·  $30 Registration Fee
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. Register online at 2pc.org/support


January 9, 16, 23 & 30 and  February 6 & 13

Caregivers Network

6:30–7:30 p.m.  ·  B100
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, this class provides information from professionals on legal issues, hospice care, the ABC’s of Memory Loss and Caring for the Caregiver weekly. Contact: Donna Sanders at

  • January 9
    Aspects of Caregiving: Demographics, Life Stages,
    Societal Impacts - Dr. Sandy Eggers

  • January 16:
    Coping with Caregiver Stress: Role Reversal,
    "Sandwich Generation" - Dr. Sandy Eggers

  • January 23:
    Managing the Burden of Caregiving - Dr. Paul Neal

  • January 30:
    Caregiving Grief - Carolyn Danley 
  • February 6:
    Hospice - Tonya Wales 
  • February 13:
    Caring for Loved Ones at Home - Beth Dunn





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