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April at Second Baptist Church Suffield begins with the observance of Holy Week – the most significant week in the Church calendar.

Upcoming Services for Holy Week

  • Palm Sunday, April 2 – Church Sanctuary – 10 a.m. Communion and Sanctuary Choir will present Palms, Passion and Alleluias A Suite for Holy Week by Lloyd Larson, orchestrated by Brant Adams.
  • Maundy Thursday, April 6 – 6 pm.
  • Good Friday, April 7 – First Congregational Church – 3 p.m.
  • Easter Sunday, April 9
    • Sunrise Service – Sunrise Park, West Suffield – 6:00 a.m. Pastor Justin Cox will be delivering the message.
    • 10 am Service – Church Sanctuary – 10:00 a.m.

Second Baptist Church is hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, April 12 in Fellowship Hall. For an appointment, please visit or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Join us for a special Sunday service on Sunday, April 16 at 10 a.m. as we welcome The Hot Cat Jazz Band as they will lead the music during the worship service.

Do you have an unfinished craft or project to complete? Come to the “Crafting for Cause” event at Second Baptist on Saturday, April 22 9 a.m.-4 p.m. for a day of uninterrupted craft time. This opportunity will benefit the Crossroads Food Pantry here in Suffield. For $25, you can reserve a workspace and be provided with a light breakfast, beverages, and lunch.

For additional information and to sign up for the event please contact the church office at or 860-668-1661. Reservations required by April 8. Non-perishable food items will be collected at the door to be donated to Crossroads Food Pantry.

Did you know there are A LOT of different kinds of Baptists? Particular Baptists, General Baptists, American Baptists, Primitive Baptist Universalists, Cooperative Baptists, Progressive National Baptists, Two Seed in the Spirit Predestination Baptists, and on and on. Have you wondered about Baptist beliefs and traditions?

If so, please contact the church office at or 860-668-1661 to set up an appointment with Pastor Justin. He is excited to share with you why he sees himself as a “black sheep Baptist,” and discuss with you a broad and diverse Baptist faith where anyone and everyone is welcome.

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