We invite you to worship!

WE ARE ON THE GREEN LINE!   Get off the train at the 10th Street Station and walk south less than one block (we are the second church).   

Great space for rent, on the Green Line, that is available for a non-profit that fits our vision and mission of being in the City for good! It is a large office space with plenty of room.  The building is wheelchair accessible and has a security system.  Call Anna for more information: 651-224-4728 ext 100.

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. 

September Worship at Central

  • 9:30 am Adult Bible Study (Starting September 14:  Children’s Sunday School)
  • 10:30 am Worship with nursery care available
  • 11:30 am Fellowship and Refreshments

Sunday, September 7  Susan Haigh, the chair of the Met Council which oversees the public transit system and I will have a dialogue during worship.  Chair Haigh is also the Executive Director of Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity and so our conversation will likely talk about what helps a community hold together, issues of access and justice across lines of race and class, and, of course, her evaluation of the impact of the train three months into service.  We will celebrate the sacrament of baptism for Cort Michael Peterson, son of Wendy and Brad Peterson.

Sunday, September 14   Rally Day at Central!  Join us as we kickoff a new year of worship and classes at church.  Rev. Colby will preach, our choir will sing, children will be excited, and now is a great time to engage, or reengage with your heart and your brain.

Sunday, September 21

Is it ok to just do nothing?  But it seems lazy!  We could be out changing the world, or practicing piano, or working.  An important theme in the Bible is to remember that once we were slaves in Egypt and now we are not.  Slaves do not get to set their work schedule; free people do.  To preserve that freedom, and to enjoy ourselves, the concept of Sabbath emerged.  Rev. Colby will preach on Sabbath rhythms. 

Sunday, September 28   Blessing of the Animals! 

The Sunday when we open our doors wide to all of God’s creation.  Animals (appropriately leashed or caged) and the humans who love them are all welcome at Central.  Rev. Colby will preach. 

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Farmer’s Market on Wednesdays beginning July 9!

  • Avodah Farm — vegetablesBread
  • Locust Lane Vineyards –locally made vinegars
  • Fairhaven Farm — fruit, jam and flowers
  • Papa Tom– caramel rolls and chocolate chip cookies
  • Cottage Gourmets — bread

Central Presbyterian will soon be hosting a mini Farmer’s Market, every Wednesday during the summer, starting on July 9th and running weekly until September 17. The market will be held in the dining room from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm, to overlap with our Wednesday Lunch, and hopefully, bringing in some new faces.  Vegetables, fruit, jam, vinegars, bread and cookies, all grown and made locally, will be available for sale.  Central is “In the city for good,” and we feel that providing a source for fresh, local foods helps further that mission.  Stop by and help make our new Farmer’s Market a success!

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