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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!

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Central Presbyterian Ministries

Adult Ministries

Our Adult Ministries are involved in many events around the Summit area.

Youth Ministries

See what our Youth are up to! Fun, games and learning to apply the Word in their daily lives.

Children's Ministries

Sunday School, Club 4-5 and nurshery are ongoning ministries for your child or toddler.

Spiritual Development

Grow your spiritual relationship with Jesus using these minsitries.

Missions

These ministries help you to reach out to others in your daily atcivities.

Central Arts Academy

Central Arts Academy, a ministry of Central Church,  offers music and voice lessons

What’s Happening Now

 

Souper Bowl of Caring: February 2

Help stamp out hunger by bringing in a food or cash donation on Sunday, February 2!

Congregational Meeting: February 9

Join us in the Sanctuary at 11 a.m. on Sunday, February 9, 2020, to receive the 2020 Operating Budget, act upon recommendations of the Session for the 2020 Terms of Call for the pastors, and receive reports of pastors, team leaders, and staff.

Central Presbyterian Staff Blogs

THE LIBERATION OF AUSCHWITZ

Seventy-five years ago, on January 27, 1945, the Soviet Army arrived at Auschwitz, liberating around 7000 people, most of them very sick, dying. The Nazis had fled, having intensified their murdering of Jews in the days preceding and forcing nearly 60,000 people to march west, killing 15,000 people along the way. One and a third million people had been deported

REMEMBERING DR. KING

When a person dies, memories have a way of becoming foggy. Especially if the death is a tragic one, it is almost like the person gets wrapped in gauze. In our memories, they get transformed to the point that they seem almost to be mythic superheroes. It seems to me that happened to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Inclusion

Almost 16 years ago I left a job that I loved – teaching young children with and without disabilities in an inclusive classroom- and I began the most rewarding and challenging job of my life- being mom to Fritz, Bessie and Catherine. As my life with kids began, my life with the church grew even stronger. One day I started

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