Schedule of offerings at Central during social distancing
Summer of Service
We hope you will plan to join us this summer in serving our community during our Summer of Service! More information and a list of opportunities HERE
In-person Outdoor Worship, 9am
Join us at 9am in front of the church at 1660 N Sherman for a brief outdoor worship service. These family-friendly services will include a children’s Bible Story. Outdoor Worship will be canceled in the event of inclement weather.
Easter is a time of remembering not only Christ’s resurrection but the promise of resurrection life working in our lives individually and corporately. As spring reveals the new life emerging around us, we are invited to ponder deeply our own Christian roots, and the new life God’s Spirit desires to express in and through us in this time and place. God is doing something new. What is it?
John Phillip Newell, described as having “the heart of a Celtic bard and the mind of a Celtic scholar,” invites us into this pondering through his book, The Rebirthing of God: Christianity’s Struggle for New Beginnings. He invites us to be part of a new holy birth of sacred living. Join us as staff and church members lead us in an eight-week journey of reimagining new beginnings.
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.
Text-plorations will be taking a break after May 6, 2021.
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.