Second Baptist Church of Rock Hill

Merry Christmas to All. Please remember the real reason for Christmas, the birth of our Savior.

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Christmas Lunch

The church will be having a Christmas Lunch Saturday, December 16th at noon. They will be providing turkey, ham or both. Please bring your favorite sides and desserts.

BBQ Luncheon

The BBQ luncheon held here at Second Baptist on Sunday, October 22nd was a roaring success. Mary Frances, Ed Herring, Tina and Ed Hyman (Lucile Ferrell's family) brought all the BBQ, sides and drinks for lunch. Desserts were brought by other church members. It was a great time for fellowship and food. We greatly appreciate Mary, Frances, Tina and the Ed's for their gift to our church.

Homecoming 2017

Homecoming has come and gone.The Heritage Quartet was our musical guests. They put on quite a show. They put all their hearts and souls into giving the congregation something to remember. A meal was provided after the Service. Chicken was provided by the church and church members brought their favorite covered dish or dessert. It was a feast that all there couldn't help but enjoy. Much thanks to the Heritage Quartet and their crew and all those who provided the side dishes for the chicken.

Sunrise Service

 We had Sunrise Service at 7:00 am on April 16th followed by breakfast at the church. The outdoor Service was a simple service which everyone enjoyed as well, everyone enjoyed the breakfast. Regular Sunday School service was at 10:00 am and at 11:00 am was church service..

Lucile Ferrell's 90th Birthday Party

We were honored to attend Lucile Ferrell's Birthday Party! We had over a hundred people drop in. The bottom floor was so beautifully set up and the food was out of this world. Lucile, you are truly loved and we are so lucky to have you as part of our Church Family.

Christmas Special

We were very excited that the Hinson Girls were a part of our Christmas Special on December 18th. They played and sung gospel and Christmas songs. Pastor Mark sung a Christmas themed song also while presenting a video as part of that song. Tina and Ed Hyman  provided lunch for us and others brought a covered dish or dessert. It was a great day for all those attending. A special thanks goes out to the Hinson Girls and to Ed and Tina Hyman for their contribution. For those who have not heard of the Hinson Girls, go to their website "" and get a preview of what we heard.

Angel Tree and Hanging of the Greens

The decorating of the Angel Tree and Hanging of the Greens has been completed and the church looks great. The Angels on the tree have already been taken. For those who still want to help you can still buy a gift card from Walmart or Sears or some other department store of your choice and place it in an envelope or card. These gifts are for a family of four, mother and three children, that were found through ROC (Renew Our Community). Please return your gifts by Sunday, December 18th.

NarroWay Theatre featuring Samson and Delilah

The Ladies of the church have chosen to visit The NarroWay Theatre which is featuring the play Samson on January 28th. The cost will be approximately $34.00 which includes tickets to the play and also includes a meal and beverage. If you are interested in attending, please let Mac know as soon as possible.

Winthrop University Community Picnic

Thank you to all who helped pack the bags and/or attended the Winthrop Unisersity Community Picnic. We handed out approximately 800 goody bags with candy and a note from our church to students there. Please continue to pray for all students and faculty there and at all schools for their safety.

Homecoming 2016

Our 45th Homecoming on May 1st, 2016 was a roaring success. Our musical guest was Jackie Amerson. She sang a number of songs alone and with Lindsey and Pastor Mark for everyone's enjoyment. Most if not everyone brought their favorite covered dish for the meal that followed after the church service. The church provided chicken, ham and drinks. There was a feast for all to enjoy.

Easter Sunday

The weather didn't cooperate this Easter Sunday so the Sunrise Service was held indoors.Pastor Mark fought through the service having a nasty cold sometimes relying on his wife Mac to read scripture but the service was completed with the message received. A large breakfast followed the service and afterwards it was the kids turn to have fun, looking for hidden eggs within the classrooms of the church. All in all, it was a good Easter Service enjoyed by all.