Annual Christmas Pageant December 21 at 10:00 a.m.

Please join us for this special Christmas message, presented by Church youth and adults!

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to Second Church of Plymouth: where God’s grace abounds, Jesus’ love flows and the Holy Spirit inspires.

No matter where you are in your faith journey, we welcome everyone and hope you will join us.

Please, come worship with us, whether at the Traditional Service, Family Service, Monday Evening Healing Service or other events.

You will be amazed at how welcome you feel. Our congregation is a place to grow spiritually in Christ, make friends and lasting relationships.

Worship Services

There are a number of ways you can worship with us.

Family Service: Sundays at 8:30 a.m.

A more relaxed worship service where we embrace the energy of the children as we teach them how Christ can be a part of their lives. The First Service Band encourages children to get up on their feet and join in with instruments and dance. Learn more in our service bulletin.

Traditional Service: Sundays at 11:00 a.m.-September-May

Summer Services: TBA each year-10:00 a.m.

Featuring organ and choir music with familiar hymns led by the Chancel Choir, a pastoral prayer, inspirational sermons, and readings of the Holy Word from scriptures. Learn more in our service bulletin.

Communion is served the first Sunday of each month at both services.

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Special Dates


Christian Ed:    October 4th       10:30 am

Missions:                    October 6th       5PM

Deacons:                    October 8th        7 PM

Trustees:                    October 12th      7 PM

Stewardship:             October 12th     7 PM

Church Council:        October 15th    7 PM

Visitation Ministry:   October 20th  6:30 PM

Christmas Fair Meeting:   October 20  7 PM


Special Dates

BEARING FRUIT FOR JESUS: This years stewardship theme is Bearing Fruit for Jesus!: His Grace and Power at work within you: Jesus said ” You did not choose, but I chose you and appointed you to go and bear fruit… … … fruit that will last” (John 15:16.) Fruit characterizes the life of the Christian steward.  Christ living in us enables us to bear fruit. Join us on Sundays October 4th, October 11th, and October 18th in worship and as we learn together how to be faithful and fruitful stewards.


Monadnock Ladies Retreat – October 23rd thru 25th. Please contact Kimberly with any questions.


Pilgrim District Women:  Fall Meeting, October 27th, at 10 am at the First Congregational Church UCC in Plimpton, MA.


Plymouth Wide Vigil – Friday, October 30th, 6pm, Town Square, The vigil is to remember all those who have died from drugs, and support families of those struggling with addiction.


Weird Animals Trick or Treat Fall Fest: Saturday, October 31, 2015, from 6-9 pm at the church. A safe and fun filled evening for kids.


Thanksgiving Breakfast: Sunday,  November 22nd: 9:30 am


Christmas Pageant: December 20th, One Service 10am. This is open to adults and children to participate.


Prayer and Healing Services – The First and Third Mondays of each month. (7 PM) All Are Welcome , regardless of where you are in your journey, who wish to be prayed over for illness, personal problems, addiction problems of any kind, family issues, and church life. Please extend an invitation to your  friends and neighbors.


Wednesday Bible Study: Begin Reading the Gospel of John. Make note of the special places Jesus goes in order to find renewal of faith. Wednesday Evenings 7 pm at the church.  All are welcome!


Second Church Services on Cable TV: Every Sunday at 6:30 PM and Thursdays at 9 am you can watch our church services on PACTV Comcast Channel 13 and Verizon Channel 43.


What’s happening…


Drug Theater- Marshfield High School Auditorium October 6, 2015 6PM A play put on by Teenagers in Rehab, about “Addiction”  The Play is Free to attend, first come first serve seating.

Annual Church Mouse Christmas Holiday Fair at Second Church:   Friday Evening November 6th, 6-9 pm and November 7th, 9 am to 2 pm.

Flowers for the Alter – If you would like to have flowers placed on the altar, please contact the church office or sign up in the narthex.

Food Pantry –please remember the pantry while you are doing your grocery shopping.


Statement of Inclusion

We believe that all who follow Christ and his ways should be accepted into the body of our church regardless of gender, age, race, nation of origin, language, disability, educational background, sexual orientation, class, socioeconomic position, past religious affiliation, political beliefs or other characteristic that the world uses to divide.

Please join us as we come from all walks of life to celebrate and worship Christ.