From Sonny: Dear Central Family: I wanted to make you aware of 2 things for this coming Sunday that are important to our church. This Sunday, we will be observing communion together in the sanctuary for the first time since the pandemic. The deacons will be distributing the elements in ziploc bags, using latex gloves […]
A Word From Sonny I wanted to give you a reminder about Easter Sunday and our worship. While we are not yet fully open, we can accommodate nearly 100 people including musicians for worship, while still remaining socially distanced. So that we don’t run over, it would be very helpful if you would call ahead (386-255-2588) of […]
Thank you to all the volunteers who made Saturday’s vaccine site successful. 527 people age 60 and older received the vaccine and Central hospitality. It is one more demonstration that our church can be central to our community!
From Sonny: In case you didn’t have the opportunity to come to church or listen to the sermon on March 7, I said that starting March 8 at noon, I am going to take about 30 minutes, Monday through Thursday each week, to be in silent, listening prayer for the church. I am going to […]
Central will be a site for vaccinations on Saturday March 20. If you know of anyone who has not been able to sign up for the shot but is eligible, please let them know. You may ask neighbors, friends, family from other parts of the state, even snowbirds. We can take up to 400 people […]
The church met in the east parking lot after the 11:00 am worship service. The motion on the budget was withdrawn for further study. No vote was taken.
Click here to view the Church Communications Meeting live on YouTube, Sunday February 21. The meeting will start about noon after church in the east parking lot. You are welcome to attend in person. Please bring a chair and your questions.
Click below to view the Ash Wednesday Zoom Service
Dear Central Family, Thank you for being patient with the leadership as we have been working on the budget. 2020 was an unprecedented year for our church. The old saying that how many nickels you count is proportional to how many noses are in the pews turned out to be true. For the sake of […]