You are Welcome at Central
The year 2018 signified 150 years of making the Gospel of Jesus Christ central, serving the community a priority, and striving for the kind of change that brings the kingdom-come!
We strive to be an intergenerational, diverse community that welcomes all people as Jesus did. We value worship that draws eyes toward God, community that inspires relationships, service that supports the neighborhood, and learning that draws us closer to Him.
We are honored to be a body of Christ's church and we are excited for what God has in store for the next 150 years!
The 9am worship service is traditional in nature and takes place in our sanctuary (2nd floor). In this service, you will find a beautiful organ, a choir, and sometimes even a bell choir! The Tiffany stained-glass windows and decor make worship in this space visually stunning. Occasionally the dance team will participate in this service. Masks required.
The 11am worship service is contemporary in nature and takes place in our Friendship Hall (1st floor). In this service, you will find a band leading contemporary christian music, gospel music, and contemporary hymns, as well as teams leading worship dance, worship drama, and more! This service also has a space set up for kids to participate in worship through quiet play - we call it the prayground. Masks required.
Both services are important to the life of this church community! The Holy Spirit is present in the hearts of the people who gather together each Sunday to celebrate what God has done and is still doing.
We invite you to try out both! Come as you are.
A playroom is available at both times for any parents who desire to take their children out of a worship service.
Sunday School classes, 10am:
"Know Why You Believe What You Believe"
Uniform lesson series exploring the Bible
Meet on the 1st floor
CHILDREN (ages 3-5th grade):
K-5 will travel together on the Rocky Railway Express
Ages 3-5 will engage in age-appropriate lessons
Meets on the 3rd floor
Youth (Grades 6-12)
We will explore Biblical themes about Spiritual Practices, such as hospitality,
living simply, Sacraments, thankfulness, and more.
Meets in the basement classroom.