Music ministry is a central part of our Sunday worship at Second Reformed Church. We have a strong music program that includes a variety of music styles all aimed at leading us in our corporate worship of God. We have a traditional choir, an extraordinary bell choir, solo and ensemble performances, and exceptional organ and piano accompaniment.
Most importantly, congregational singing is the hallmark of the Second Family worship experience. The entire congregation is a choir in itself! Simply put, we enjoy singing, and we'd love to add your voice to ours in praise to God!
A beautiful setting: Our Sunday worship experience is enhanced by the beauty and design of our sanctuary setting consecrated to advancing God's Kingdom on Earth.
Sensory friendly: Our service is friendly to young people and adults with sensory or anxiety issues. The worship space is well lit, and the music is of a moderate volume. Although we do use a large screen, the visual impact is not overwhelming.
Safety and comfort: We strive to provide a safe and comfortable environment for worship and ministry. Our building is wheelchair accessible with zero-clearance entrances on both upper and lower levels. An elevator provides safe and easy access to both floors. Parking is plentiful at the front and back of the building.
Amenities: Our church building includes multiple restrooms, upper and lower level kitchens, a gymnasium and showers.
Sunday School classes for youth and adults convene from 11:00 a.m. till 12 noon providing opportunities to learn from God's Word and from each other. Several adult classes are offered (please see the weekly bulletin for class teachers and current options).
Children's Sunday School worship hour begins at approximately 9:45 a.m. shortly after the 9:30 a.m. Sunday service convenes in the sanctuary.
Sunday School classes for Grades 4 thru high school meet from 11 a.m. till 12 noon. For class descriptions and locations, see the weekly bulletin.
Our Sunday school classes are fun and engaging, strengthening our faith in the Risen Christ.
Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or if we can assist you in any way. We hope you'll join us for Sunday worship!
Beginning March 17th through May 5th, the Disciple’s Mission Adult Class will be studying Cappadocia: The Underground Church of the Persecuted Christians, a video series with host Ray VanderLaan. Cappadocia was the largest province of Asia Minor—located in what is today eastern Turkey—and was among the earliest areas of Christian activity. Some Cappadocians were present at Pentecost, the "birthday” of the church. Cappadocia became a place of refuge for people suffering persecution, including Jews and Christians. The class is led by Herb Persons and meets in Room 129 on the Lower Level.
Sanctuary Adult Sunday School Class is currently studying an eight-lesson series titled Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus with the late Nabeel Qureshi. Nabeel describes his dramatic journey from Islam to Christianity complete with stories of friendships, investigations and supernatural dreams along the way. This class is team taught by Al Jackson, Terri Novaria, Mack Gill and Cameron Brown.