We invite you to worship!

PARKING:  Free parking during worship is available in the Minnesota Public Radio Lot and at the World Trade Center Ramp.  See this page for more information. 

DSC00146April 20           Easter Sunday with Brass, Organ, Choir and Easter Egg Hunt!

  • 9:30 am Bible Study for Adults (No Children’s Sunday School).  There is nursery care.
  • 10:15 am Brass Prelude begins
  • 10:30 am Worship with nursery care available.
  • 11:30 am Easter Egg Hunt and Fellowship with Coffee and Cookies



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Andrew Fisher Day of Service

Andrew Fisher, son of Mary Miller and Joel Fisher, grew up here at Central, and as this article notes, was a kind, caring, and generous person who was tragically killed while helping others. Some of us know Andrew, and others have not met him;  all of us, however, can honor this life that was well-lived.

Group Bike Ride & Planting a Rain Garden

Saturday, May 31

 For the Bike Ride:

  • Meet at church at 7:45 a.m.
  • We’ll gear up, get maps, and begin the 5 mile ride to the Rain Garden site

For the Rain Garden:

Help plant boulevard rain gardens in the North End neighborhood of Saint Paul! Great River Greening staff and volunteers will assist residents in planting rain gardens to improve water quality in our lakes and the Mississippi River, through a program run by the City of Saint Paul Public Works and Capitol Region Watershed District.

  • Meet us at the site: Arlington/Rice Boulevard by 8:45

We also need people to help with registration and lunch, if bike riding or planting isn’t for you!

We have limited space;  please see the table in the Friendship Room to sign-up, or for more information.  You may also contact Jennifer Anderson, Jessie Woullet, or a member of the Coordinated Mission Committee for more information.

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VocalPoint Concerts February 8 and 9

vocal-point-color-logoThank you to all who attended ¡Canta! A Festival of Global Choral Music Celebrating the Work of Neighborhood House!   Thanks to your generosity, we raised $20,545 (and some checks are still coming in).   We are so grateful to everyone who participated in the concerts, attended, and contributed.  We especially thank our guest performers:    The Copper Street Brass Quintet, In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theater, soloists soprano Teresa Tierney and tenor Andrew Kane, and storyteller Emily Greenleaf.

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Update on the Pipe Organ

DSC00422Read more about our organ here.

A special thank you to those who are supporting this work through our Legacy Campaign. We will need to pay the next installment on the organ soon, and your support is crucial and appreciated.

—Jennifer Anderson, Director of Music

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