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Second Church Community Outreach | July 16

Come join Second Church fo their community outreach. 

  • Children' Festival
  • Family Fun
  • Music
  • Backpack Drive
  • Activities & More

When: July 16, 2016 12pm-4pm

Where: 44 Moultrie St, Dorchester, MA


All That Jazz at The Vibe | June 10

The Vibe coffeehouse presents "All That Jazz" featuring musical selections by Nola Marie, spoken word from Maureen Bodden, rhythms and tunes by Fred Woodward Collective Jazz Band. A great night out for grown folks to enjoy, have some fun, meet some great people, and catch the Vibe.

When: Friday, June 10, 2016 at 7-10 pm,

Where: Second Church in Dorchester, 600 Washington St, Codman Square, Dorchester (Enter on the side facing Talbot Ave).

$5 Cover Charge includes a light snack, coffee, tea and water. Appetizers, Dessert and our Signature Drink available for an additional cost. Pay at the door or pay in advance >> Read More

The Vibe Coffeehouse Launch | April 23

The Vibe coffeehouse launch

Dinner Fundraiser

Tickets: $10

Entertainment. Fellowship. Food.

When: Saturday, April 23 at 4:00 - 8:00 pm
Where: 600 Washington St (Talbot Ave), Codman Square, Dorchester


Music by Recording Artists Laurie Pipkins and Voices of Grace and by new artists Jude Chery and Kia J.; DJ Music by R.O.M International and more. 
You don't want to miss this event.

Vendor Opportunity Available - Book a table now. >> Read More

Christafari comes to Codman Square

Second Church in Dorchester, A Church of the Nazarene

Christafari in Concert


"First Gospel Band to Reach 
#1 on Billboard Reggae Charts"
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Church and State: Helping in Our Community | March 29

Second Church in Dorchester is pleased to host State Representative Russell Holmes to speak in its on-going "Sacred Conversations" series. Representative Holmes was elected to the Massachusetts legislature in 2010.  He and his wife Sheree are active members of their local church in Roxbury and Russell is known by many for his individual work as a certified financial planner.  Rep. Holmes will address how congregations in the district can partner with state initiatives to produce a better community. The thirty-minute presentation, beginning at 6:30PM, will be followed by a question and answer session.  
Refreshments will be served.  Those attending can access the church parlor from the entrance at 44 Moultrie Street.

Education Summit | March 31

The Education Summit: The Church and Educational Equity will be taking place March 31, 2012 from 9AM to 3PM (registration is at 8:30AM) at the Second Church on 44 Moultrie Street, Dorchester, MA.  You can R.S.V.P. by emailing  The cost is $20. For more information please visit

"Reflections on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." at Second Church in Dorchester Jan. 25

On Jan. 25, at 6:30 p.m. Second Church in Dorchester will be presenting "Reflections on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Adelle Banks, as part of the Sacred Conversations Series. Adelle Banks is a production editor and national reporter for the Religion News Service in Washington, D.C. She has won numerous awards for her journalistic work and has recently been investigating Dr. King's prayer life and favorite hymns. Banks is a native of Newport, RI and a graduate of Mount Holyoke College. She has received many honors, and her work was featured in the 2006 book Good News: The Best Religion Writing in North America. Second Church is located at 44 Moultrie Street in Dorchester. For more information, please call 617.825.2797 or visit Second Church's website here.


Reflections on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Adelle Banks


As part of the Sacred Conversations Series, Second Church in Dorchester presents "Reflections on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." by Adelle Banks, Production Editor and National Reporter, Religion News Service, Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, January 25 at 6:30PM at Second Church, 44 Moultrie St, Dorchester, MA.

Adelle Banks has won numerous awards for her journalistic work and has recently been investigating Dr. King's prayer life and favorite hymns. Banks worked at The Orlando Sentinel, the Providence Journal and upstate New York newspapers in Syracuse and Binghamton.  A native of Newport, R.I., she is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Mass.

She has received many honors and her work was featured in the 2006 book Good News: The Best Religion Writing in North America.

Banks is a biannual speaker for the Washington Journalism Center, a program of the Council for Christian Colleges & Universities. She is a former board member of the Alumnae Association of Mount Holyoke College and the Religion Newswriters Foundation. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and the Religion Newswriters Association.

All are welcome to attend. For more information contact Rev. Dr. Cliff Hersey at 617-825-2797 or

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