At Second Baptist we strive to be
"a community of faith
embracing God's Justice and love for all...
We welcome all who join us in worship,
education, mission, and service
in the name of Christ."
The Missions Ministry of Second Baptist Church seeks to empower God’s people to be part of our mission in Connecticut, the United States, and around the World. We Seek to be Mission Central in Suffield and beyond.
The mission field is one place where the Gospel combines worship, education, mission and service all in one. For over two-hundred years our church has reached out to the least in our world. We continue to do this through our actions, for Saint Francis of Assisi once said, "Proclaim the Gospel at all times. Use words if necessary." Following are links to mission opportunities:
Working hand-in-hand with the Suffield Emergency Aid is a great opportunity for a church to reach out to members of the community in need. The mission committee works closely with the Emergency aid throughout the year. On Thanksgiving and Christmas we work together to put together baskets for needy families.
Click here for more information on Suffield Emergency Aid
For more information about the Interreligious Eco-Justice Network click here
Greater Suffield interfaith Council
The greater Suffield interfaith Council brings together people from a variety of faith traditions for prayer study or ship and service in order to strengthen the ties that bind us together as one human family and with, ourcoming home.
The Green Team helps the congregation focus on our call to remember the “The Earth is the Lord’s and everything in it” (Psalm24), and live our vocation to be caretakers or stewards of all life – human and other than human. The Green Team provides educational offerings, works with other groups to make our building more energy efficient, promotes recycling, and raises consciousness of community and larger global issues of environmental justice while encouraging activism from the congregation. Through the Green Team, Second Baptist Church supports the Interreligious Eco-Justice Network of CT (IREJN) an statewide interfaith network of congregations that seeks to inspire and empower religious communities to be more faithful stewards of God’s creation.
100 North Main Street Suffield, CT 06078