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). 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.
Sundays at Central
- 9:30 a.m. Children’s Sunday School and Adult Bible Study
- 10:30 a.m. Worship, childcare available
- 11:30 a.m. Fellowship and refreshments
Sunday, March 8
March 8 will be a big day at Central! Rev. Colby will preach on the theme of Celebrating the Gifts of Women during worship. The choir will sing “How Can I Keep From Singing” which was featured at this year’s VocalPoint concerts which lifted up phenomenal women. Shanta Hejmadi will also sing a vocal solo. Following worship, we hope all will stay for the annual meeting of the congregation, which will include a major update on the Legacy Campaign. Then, in the afternoon, join us for the Selma event that concludes in our sanctuary.
The annual meeting of the congregation and corporation of Central Presbyterian Church will be held on Sunday, March 8, 2015 in the sanctuary immediately following worship. The annual meeting may consider such business as electing officers, hearing reports of the session along with plans for the coming year, hearing reports from the board of deacons and other organizations of the church, and transacting other business as appropriate. It shall review the adequacy of the compensation of the pastor upon report of the prior review by session.
Sunday, March 15
Our theme for Lent is wilderness. In worship this day we will hear about the Israelites’ time of wandering through the wilderness on their way from slavery to the Promised Land. Rev. Colby will preach on how we keep the faith when the wilderness seems so confusing and frightening. Jim Falbo, classical guitar, will be our guest musician.
All are invited to stay at Central after worship for our Third Sunday Lunch.
Sunday, March 22
We continue our annual tradition of offering a special choral piece on this 5th Sunday in Lent. This year we are singing Stephen Paulus’s “Mass.” It will be a wonderful morning of music and reflection.
During worship, our elementary and preschool children will join together in the dining room to work on two special craft projects for Palm Sunday and Easter. Children will participate in the first few minutes of worship, and then, after the children’s time, will be escorted downstairs for their special time of Easter preparation.
Sunday, March 29
Worship begins with a festive memory of Palm Sunday, but then transitions toward the events of Jesus’ last week. Rev. Colby will preach and the choir will sing.