We’ll be holding four Advent Services in the coming Days. This coming Sunday is our annual Christmas cantata, “The Thrill of Hope”.
On Tuesday, December 20th at 6:30pm we’ll be holding our Blue Christmas Service. A Blue Christmas worship service provides the opportunity for us to gather to carve out a time of quiet reflection, to honor the emotions of the season that are not so joyful, and to be reminded that we are not alone in this season.
Join us for our Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at 5:30pm. Christmas Morning we’ll be holding our regular Sunday worship service at 11am. We hope you join us for all these wonderful services! And don’t forget to bring a friend!
This Sunday is our annual Christmas Cantata. In The Fullness of Time will be presented at 11am. The choir looks forward to performing this for everyone! Our Annual Christmas Eve Candle Light Service will take place at 3:30pm on Dec. 24th. It will be a lessons and Carols service. We hope you take the time during this holiday season to join us to celebrate Christ’s Birth.
Central Presbyterian Church will be having several Christmas services this weekend to celebrate the season. Tonight is our first ever Blue Christmas service. If you’ve lost someone, or are feeling blue, this service of remembrance and hope is for you. On Christmas Eve we will be having our Christmas Cantata “O Come Let Us Adore Him” at 11am in the sanctuary. That afternoon we’ll be having our traditional candlelight service at 5:30pm. We hope to see everyone this weekend! Merry Christmas!
We’re taking poinsettia orders! If you’re interested please fill out the following form, and mail, with payment ($15), to our church office. The deadline is Dec. 16th. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
The following message is brought to you by the Presbyterian Mission Agency…
During this Advent season, we reflect on the Influence a promise can have on our lives. God promised each of us salvation, and kept that promise with the birth of Jesus. That promise sustains and uplifts us, during good times and challenging ones.
When we understand this deeper meaning of a promise, we also understand each of us has a special responsibility to make and keep faithful promises of our own. The Christmas Joy Offering is one way to do that. Each gift received equally supports two vital promises for our faith. Continue reading →
Advent Season is upon us once again! To prepare for the celebration of Jesus’ birth Central Presbyterian has a month full of activities! We’ll begin with the Annual Moravian Love Feast on 11/29. This traditional meal of sweet breads will be accompanied by a performance of the Moravian Love Feast Band. Our Christmas Cantata will be 12/20 this year. It will be a joint performance of the Central, First, and Faith Presbyterian Church Choirs. Finally we’ll be holding our annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service at 5:30 pm on Christmas Eve. We hope to see you during this wonderful season!