The Faith Formation Council invites all ages to participate in a four-week class beginning Sunday, February 21 titled “Caring for Creation – Global Awareness and Local Action.” Moderated by Sherwood and Eunice Shankland, the aim of the class is to refresh our global context and our local story about Earth Care, to explore linkages between global climate change and local solutions, to identify points or engagement for Central members and partners in Central Denver, and to strengthen our personal and family practice in sustainable living. Together let us learn what it means that “The earth is the Lord’s, and the fulness thereof.”
Join Wil Smith for a live, 30-minute concert on Facebook Live of your favorite hymns for piano and organ. Requests can be made in the comments section during the Livestream, or by emailing Wil in advance at email@example.com.
Theology on Tap
Monday Nights, 6pm
We are still having Theology on Tap during this time of social distancing! All are welcome to join us via Zoom. Grab a drink (beer, coffee, ginger ale, whatever you’ve got around) and join us for a time of fellowship and conversation about questions of faith.
Theology on Tap is currently trying some in-person socially distanced gatherings in addition to online Zoom meetings. Please contact Tim Mooney firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the email list for current locations and times.
Join Pastor Louise to explore Biblical texts for upcoming sermons. Through reading, conversation, and prayer, we’ll listen for God’s Word to guide our lives today.
Thursdays beginning September 10, Noon to 12:45
Race matters. The passion and broad support exhibited in the recent marches protesting police brutality and racial inequality suggest this could be a turning point in America’s 400- year history of systemic racism. Join the conversation with Central’s Racial Healing Life Group, chaired by Dr. Jacque Howard.