WORSHIP WITH US
Central is worshiping in-person at 8:30 and 10am each Sunday, as well as virtually. Scroll down for details.
OUR MISSION AT CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
By God’s grace and the leading of the Holy Spirit, Central Presbyterian Church seeks to
Engage one another in a transforming and worshipful relationship with Jesus Christ;
Equip disciples for Christian fellowship, growth, and service;
Extend Christ’s love to the world!
What’s Happening Now At Central Presbyterian Church
We invite you to attend worship in person in the Sanctuary at 8:30 and 10am each Sunday.
Central broadcasts on HTTV and live streams to our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/@centralpresbyterian/streams) at 10am each Sunday.
WAVE, Central’s contemporary worship service, is held outdoors when the weather permits, and in the church auditorium when it doesn’t. The next date for WAVE is April 23.
New Member Orientation: April 2
Anyone interested in learning more about Central and membership is invited to a New Member Orientation on Sunday, April 2, at 9:15am. You will meet the pastor and members of Session, have the opportunity to ask questions, and be offered the opportunity to join in membership. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Our Nursery School's New Website
Central’s school, CPC Weekday Nursery School and Kindergarten, has a fresh new website!
Spice Collection for GRACE
Central is collecting unopened spices to benefit GRACE’s food pantry through April 2. Bags with a list of suggested spices are available in the Glass Hallway. Your donations can be placed in the Glass Hallway. Suggestions include garlic, pepper, chili powder, cinnamon, salt, basil, bay leaf, etc.
Palm Sunday: April 2
Get ready for one of Central’s most fun Sundays of the year! The 10:00 a.m. service will begin with a Palm Processional – children are invited to line up in the Boardroom at 9:45 a.m. to participate – and will feature a singing of The Palms. Following worship is our annual Palm Sunday Brunch in the Auditorium with a visit from the Easter Bunny, and Egg Hunts for the children. Don’t miss it!
Easter Worship: April 9
Central will host two identical services on Easter Sunday: at 8:30 and 10am in the Sanctuary. The Motet Choir will join guest musicians at both services for magnificent music. Pastor Don Steele will deliver the sermons.
Central Concert Series
The public is invited to a free concert series at Central:
Sunday, March 26 at 3pm: Colette Boudreaux, soprano, with Charity Wicks, piano in the Sanctuary
Friday, April 7 at 7pm: Story and Song, an Evening with the Motet Choir in the Chapel
Sunday, April 30 at 3pm: Cline/Cuestras Duo – flute and guitar in the Chapel
commUNITY VBS Registration is Open
New Group! Fourth Friday Moms
Fourth Fridays: January 27th we are kicking-off a new group for parents of preschool and kindergarten aged young children. Our time together will include spiritual practices, Bible study, conversation, and personal reflection. This group meets in the Lounge from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. on: January 27, February 24, March 24, April 21, May 26. Childcare is available through the CPC school. Please register in advance by emailing Rev. Deborah Huggins at DHuggins@centralpres.org.
commUNITY Service at Central for Middle Schoolers
Middle schoolers are invited to a monthly service project on the first Friday of each month at Central. Service hours are available! Stop by at 5:30 p.m. for fun, friendship, and service to the community. Sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c044ba8a929a5ff2-cpcyouth
Central Presbyterian Ministries
Our Adult Ministries are involved in many events around the Summit area.
See what our Youth are up to! Fun, games and learning to apply the Word in their daily lives.
Sunday School, Club 4-5 and nurshery are ongoning ministries for your child or toddler.
Grow your spiritual relationship with Jesus using these ministries.
These ministries help you to reach out to others in your daily activities.
Central Presbyterian Staff Blogs
WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR?
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WAITING FOR WHAT GOD MIGHT DO
The Super Bowl is over. The NFL season is already fading from memory, but there is one story that sticks with me. It is the story of Damar Hamlin, a young man who was playing safety for the Buffalo Bills, who had a sudden cardiac arrest on a football field in front of a packed …
REMEMBERING MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
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