The Herald

The Friends of Historic Second Church newsletter is issued thrice-yearly. It contains histories on the art and architecture of the church, profiles of preservation projects, information on Friends programming and events taking place throughout the year, and much more.

Volume XIII, Number 1 - Spring 2019
Includes Architect Howard Van Doren Shaw at 150 By William Tyre
Volume XIII, Number 2 - Summer 2019
Includes Architect Howard Van Doren Shaw at 150 Symposium by William Tyre

Volume XII, Number 1 - Spring 2018
Includes Pastoral Window Celebrates Centennial By William Tyre
Volume XII, Number 2 - Summer 2018
Includes Joseph Twyman and the Morris Room By Nate Lielasus
Volume XII, Number 3 - Fall 2018
Includes Grover Cleveland Attends Second Presbyterian Before Opening the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893  Docent Al Walavich and others contributed to this article. 

Volume XI, Number 1, Spring 2017
Includes Restoration of Southeast Archway by Nate Lielasus
Volume XI, Number 2 - Summer 2017
Includes Second Presbyterian Church Celebrates 175th Anniversary by William Tyre
Volume XI, Number 3 - Fall 2017
Includes The 1903 Tiffany Peace Window Gets a Long-Awaited Restoration By Nate Lielasus

Volume X, Number 1, Spring 2016
Includes A Rediscovered Shaw Commission for Second Presbyterian by William Tyre
Volume X, Number 2, Summer 2016 
Includes Lake Forest: A Suburb Founded on Education and Presbyterian Principles by Nate Lielasus
Volume X, Number 3, Fall 2016
Includes The Frederic Clay Bartlett Murals by William Tyre

Volume IX, Number 1, Spring 2015
Includes The Pomegranate as Design and Symbol by Linda P. Miller
Volume IX, Number 2, Summer 2015
Includes Pulpit Furniture by John A. Colby & Sons by William Tyre
Volume IX, Number 3, Fall 2015
Includes An Historic Program: Celebrating 75 Years of Tours at Second Presbyterian by Nate Lielasus

Volume VIII, Number 1, Spring 2014
Includes Architect John Addison by Nate Lielasus
Volume VIII, Number 2, Summer 2014
Includes Electric Fixtures and Willy H. Lau by Catherine Acosta
Volume VIII, Number 3, Fall 2014
Includes History Underfoot by Nate Lielasus

Volume VII, Number 1, Spring 2013
Includes National Historic Landmark Status Conferred Upon Second Presbyterian Church by William Tyre
Volume VII, Number 2, Fall 2013
Includes The Ceiling of Second Presbyterian Church by Nate Lielasus
Volume VII, Number 3, Winter 2013
Includes Beauty in Stone: The Story of the Baptismal Font by William Tyre

Volume VI, Number 1, Spring 2012
Includes The Spotted Stone of Second Presbyterian by Nate Lielasus
Volume VI, Number 2, Summer 2012
Includes The Story of Three Windows by William Tyre
Volume VI, Number 3, Fall 2012
Includes The Windows of Howard Van Doren Shaw by William Tyre

Volume V, Number 1, Spring 2011
Includes Saint Paul Preaching at Athens Window Honors Pastor by William Tyre
Volume V, Number 2, Summer 2011
Includes Burne-Jones Windows Are International Treasure by William Tyre
Volume V, Number 3, Fall 2011
Includes Franklin Darius Gray - Donor of the Burne-Jones Windows by William Tyre

Volume IV, Number 1, Spring 2010
Includes Angel at the Open Tomb' Window Examined by William Tyre
Volume IV, Number 2, Summer 2010
Includes Peace Window Presents Distinctive Characteristics by William Tyre
Volume IV, Number 3, Fall 2010
Includes Mount of the Holy Cross Window Has Fascinating History by William Tyre

Volume III, Number 1, Spring 2009
Includes 'Angel in the Lilies' Window by William Tyre
Volume III, Number 2, Summer 2009
Includes Remarkable Jeweled Window From First Presbyterian by William Tyre
Volume III, Number 3, Autumn 2009
Includes 'Christ Blessing the Little Children' Window Featured by William Tyre

Volume II, Number 1, Spring 2008
Includes Healy and Milllet Window Exemplary Stained Glass by Jonathan Wotring
Volume II, Number 2, Summer 2008
Includes ‘Behold the Lamb of God' Window by Jonathan Wotring
Volume II, Number 3, Autumn 2008
Includes 'Beside the Still Waters' Window by Jonathan Wotring

Volume I, Number 1, Autumn 2007
Includes Notes on the Historic Pastoral Window by Jonathan Wotring