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).    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. 

Sunday Worship at Central

  • 9:30 a.m.  Adult Bible Study
  • 10:30 a.m.  Worship, childcare available
  • 11:30 a.m.  Fellowship and refreshments

Sunday, May 17

Sunday, May 24

Pentecost!  The Rev. Casey Wells – Parish Associate here at Central, Master gardener, singer in the choir, faithful lunch volunteer – gets to climb back into the pulpit and share stories about the birth of the church.  We look forward to hearing David Winkworth, baritone,  as he offers musical contributions to worship.

Sunday, May 31

The Rev. Anna Kendig will preach the first of three sermons on the message of freedom, life, and invitation out of places in Scripture that can frequently be used to control, judge, or vilify.  The Rev. Anna Kendig is a chaplain at the University of Minnesota Medical Center, specializing in mental health, chemical dependency, and pediatrics. Outside the hospital, you can find her curating worship experiences, being outdoors in the summertime, and taking road trip adventures across the U.S.

ART EXHIBIT:  Karen Nyberg, Astronaut:  Photos From Space.

Make sure to see the exhibit in the Friendship Room, up through May, of the photos from space by Minnesota astronaut Karen Nyberg.


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Northern Voice Choral Festival: April 25

Northern Lights Image With Logo WebCentral is a venue for the Northern Voice Choral Festival on April 25.  To see a line-up of the choirs participating, click here.  Tickets can be purchased on-line at the Northern Voice website, or at the door at Central.  We do not have tickets available in the church office.

Parking is available in ramps, service lots, and meters around the church.  Visit our Parking/Directions page for specifics.

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Project Home at Central!

project home picture mom and childEvery November, Central is a temporary homeless shelter for families through the St. Paul Area Council of Churches’ “Project Home” program.  We are grateful to the many, many volunteers who make this ministry possible, and we pray for a day when no child or parent needs to sleep in a church basement.

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