2019 Wednesday Summer Schedule


ThIs Summer we’ll gather on Wednesday nights for a variety of activities. We’ll start with a bring-your-own dinner time at 4:45, or we’ll have pizza that you can purchase by the slice. Our nightly activity will start at 6pm.

Wednesday, June June 5th - Vespers Service.

Wednesday, June 12th - Great Church Clean Out

Wednesday, June 19th - Albert Pike Game Night

Wednesday, June 26th - Vacation Bible School

July 3rd - No Activities

July 10 - Vespers Service

July 17 .- Faith and Art night

July 25 - August 28 - No Wednesday Night Activities

We hope you’ll join us!

Vacation Bible School


VBS 2019 Roar
June 23-27

Come hang out with us at ROAR VBS where life is wild and God is good!

Kickoff Party at Zoo: June 23, 3:00-5:00 pm
VBS June 24- June 27:
5:00-5:30pm: Light dinner- Fellowship Hall
5:30-8:00pm: VBS - City Kids Area, 3rd floor

For questions or further information please call the church office or email Kasey Eller keller@2bclr.com

Easter Weekend



Maundy Thursday Service

THURSDAY, APril 18 AT 6:30 PM

We are partnering with FUMC for this special service as we reflect on the Last Supper of Jesus with his disciples.  



Good Friday Service

FRIDAY, April 19 AT 6pm
at Lake Nixon (Map)

We hope you can join us at Lake Nixon for this special service as we remember and reflect on the crucifixion of Jesus.



Downtown Community Egg Hunt

SATURDAY, April 20
10 AM - NOON

Plan to join our annual Community Egg Hunt on the front lawn of Macarthur Park (right by 9th St).  All age children are welcome for fun with crafts, games, bounce houses and of course the egg hunt which will begin around 11 am.  Come and invite a friend to this wonderful time!



Easter Worship

10:30 AM

We hope to see you for worship on Easter morning to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ!  This is a wonderful time to visit if you are new to the area or are looking for a church home.

Helena Tour

“The Most Southern Place on Earth”:

Helena’s Past, Present & Future

Historian James C. Cobb called the Mississippi Delta “the most southern place on earth.” This region along both sides of the river tells a story that is both distinctive and representative of the larger American story. Rich fertile soil made the Delta the ideal place for cotton cultivation. Wealthy cotton planters bought enslaved black people in droves to work the land. This combination of race and labor has left its mark on the region. Crushing generational poverty, the cultural cornerstone of Blues music, complex and meaningful religious traditions, and so much more all form a place that cannot be explained, it must be experienced.

On February 16, join us for a tour of historical sites in Helena-West Helena, the county seat and largest town in Phillips County, Arkansas. We’ll make stops at Civil War battle sites, memorials, cemeteries, and churches. Along the way you’ll learn how the past impacts the present, how Together For Hope Arkansas is working towards the future, and why people of faith need to understand the history of a place like the Delta in order to work for justice today.

Our guides will be husband and wife duo, Jemar Tisby and Janee Tisby.

We’ll depart 2BC at 8am and return around 4. The cost will be minimal. If you’re interested in going, please contact Chris Ellis at cellis@2bclr.com

All-Church Retreat

Come Join us for our All-Church retreat March 1-3, at Camp Solgahachia, just north of Morrilton. The theme this year is Ora et Labora, and we’ll be focusing on prayer and the various ways we pray. We’ll also have tons of fun being together. This is the weekend of the Little Rock Marathon, so there will be no services at 2BC that weekend. We want EVERYONE to be able to join us for the retreat. You can register here for the retreat and pay here..

Advent & Christmas Worship


During this Advent & Christmas season we will worship together and celebrate the new life brought to us through the birth of Christ.



All through the month of December we will celebrate the season of Advent in morning worship as we anticipate the birth of Christ.  If you are looking for a church home or just want to get a feel for worship here at Second, this would be a wonderful time to visit.  Childcare is provided for children birth-preK.



6 PM

This service is designed for people who are hurting in the holiday season, and for those who want to share their pain in these days.  Invite a friend, family member, co-worker, etc. who might be struggling through the holidays.  Anyone who has lost a loved one, endured a divorce, lost a job, battled a disease, etc...will find meaning in this service.




Our worship service on Sunday morning will be a special presentation by our worship choir and orchestra.  You will not want to miss it!



Monday, DECEMBER 24,
6 pm

This is a special time of worship, we hope you will join!


If you have any questions about any of these dates please contact our worship pastor, Suzanne Cain at scain@2bclr.com.



Get Involved this Christmas

There's no better time than the Christmas season to get involved and make an impact in your community.  We have a number of ways for you to serve -- all are welcome!

Salvation Army Bell Ringing

No doubt you're familiar with the bell-ringing sound outside of stores during the holiday season. Every year Second Baptist volunteers hundreds of hours to ringing bells for our wonderful ministry partner The Salvation Army.  If you'd like to know more please contact Jim Maloch at jmaloch@sbcglobat.net, or check back here soon for a link to sign up online.


Years ago 2BC bought shoes for a young boy in need who would eventually grow up to be a businessman. After his death, he left an endowment to 2BC to purchase clothes and shoes for kids in need. On December 2nd, 2BC will meet at Target on University at 8am to help MLK Elementary families shop for Christmas gifts. 2BC provides the funds and you provide the shopping expertise. If you’d like to help, please contact Stasia Burk at attyburk@juno.com.


Thanksgiving Week

Thanksliving Worship and Lunch

November 19
10:30 am Worship, lunch to follow

Sunday, November 18 promises to be a special day in the life of our church.  Morning worship will be filled with special musical guests as we give thanks for all that God has done in our congregation over the past year.  Immediately following worship, we will gather in Fellowship Hall for a lunch to celebrate the blessings and graces we have experienced in 2017. 

Tickets are on sale now in the back of the worship center Sundays and in Fellowship Hall on Wednesday nights.  Tickets must be purchased to reserve your spot.

Deck the Halls | Sunday, November 18

Worship Center | After Thanksliving Luncheon

We need everyone's help to decorate the church for the Christmas Season! There are jobs from fluffing bows to hanging garlands. This is a great time to come together in order to beautify the Worship Center.

Bright the Night

Our choir will be joining the downtown festivities at 5th & Main as we celebrate the Christmas season. Hope to see you there!