Connect with other young moms at this group for mothers of preschool and kindergarten age children. Our time together will include spiritual practices, Bible study, conversation, and personal reflection.

2019 Schedule: 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. in the Lounge on 9/23, 10/7, 10/21, 11/11, 11/15, 12/9

Free childcare is available with advance notice.

Please register in advance for childcare by emailing Rev. Deborah Huggins or call Pam Robertson at 908-578-8305


Pam Robertson will introduce practices new and old for connecting with God in our daily lives. We will also learn that by layering these practices into our everyday lives, they can provide us with energy and new meaning. This group is intended for mothers of children in middle school or older (but all are welcome!).

2019 Schedule: 9/16, 10/28, 11/18, 12/2

Questions? Call Pam Robertson at 908-578-8305


Pastor Deborah leads a weekly, in-depth look at upcoming Scripture in her office on Wednesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. Your input will help shape the associated Sunday message. Each study will stand alone, so drop in whenever you are available.


The Presbyterian Women of Central Church conduct a monthly Bible study, which is open to all women of the church. Held in the Fellowship Room at 9:30 a.m. on 9/17, 10/22, 11/19.

We All Have Questions…How Can We Get Some Answers?

Central offers weekly commentaries on a wide variety of topics. What is a “weekly commentary”? It is a “story” with a purpose which helps your thoughts develop so you can come closer to a final answer for yourself. Give the “commentaries” a try.

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WEEKLY COMMENTARY: Which Comes First – Our Love For God, or God’s Love of Us?

The Christian Church is one of the few organizations in the world that requires a public acknowledgement of sin as a condition of membership.  In one sense, the church has fewer hypocrites than any other institution because by definition the church looks for sinners and is a haven for them. “Sin” is an attitude in which we focus on ourselves as supreme,

WEEKLY COMMENTARY: The Relationship of “Church” and State: Why Is It Such A Huge Issue In Today’s Afghanistan Peace Talks?

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WEEKLY COMMENTARY: Is God Really Present In Our Lives?

          I understand that no one has actually seen the face of God.  But, many of us believe that at one time there must have been some kind of god-like being which established the Earth, the many forms of life on the Earth, and then organized physical forces of great complexity, which today generally give predictable

WEEKLY COMMENTARY: Our Life-Time Successes – On Whose Shoulders Did We Really Stand?

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Last autumn, my twenty-five year old nephew visited from the Mid-West to attend to some business in New York City. As it happened, he was with us over a Sunday, so I invited him to attend the CPC Worship Service with us. Then I remembered that it would be the first Sunday of the month, when CPC regularly offers Communion

WEEKLY COMMENTARY: How Do YOU Handle Temptation?

 have a friend who one day saw an unfamiliar dog sniffing around in his back yard.  The dog was a beauty —- seemingly thoroughbred, with clean lines and friendly disposition.  My friend called the dog over to him and saw there was a dog collar which had the name, address and phone number of a person, apparently the owner, who


New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof gave us a story last week that really troubles me.  Recently, in West Texas, a young mom encountered three desperate Central American migrants one night, by the side of the road where she was driving. At least one other car had hurtled by, afraid to stop.  But, this young mom, remembering her own two

WEEKLY COMMENTARY: Some Things Presbyterians DO NOT Believe

While living as committed Christians and followers of Jesus Christ, Presbyterians hold some beliefs which are different from what other Christians believe.  A while back, the Presbyterians Today magazine cited eight such belief differences in an article by Presbyterian pastor James Ayers. Where do you stand on each of these eight topics? 1.)  Fate or Predestination.  Some people believe that