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.
October Worship at Central
- 9:30 am Adult Bible Study and Children’s Sunday School
- 10:30 am Worship with nursery care available
- 11:30 am Fellowship and Refreshments
Sunday, October 5
One of Rev. Colby’s favorite Sundays each year is World Communion Sunday, which also happens to be the day of the Twin Cities Marathon. Inside the church, we reflect on the global nature of the church, celebrate our cultural differences, and reaffirm our calling to be peacemakers in the world. Outside the church doors, runners and supporters are walking up and down Cedar Street. To be at the intersection of humanity and the work of God —what a great image for the church.
Sunday, October 12 (Fall Family Retreat Weekend)
Writing from prison to the church in Philippi that was going through hard times, Paul called on the Philippians to “rejoice in the Lord always.” Maureen Smith will preach on Philippians 4:1-9 and will invite us to reflect on whether the call to “rejoice always” is so unrealistic that it sets up an impossible ideal or whether we can still find encouragement in Paul’s words as we go through our own times of both happiness and struggle.
Our guest ensemble this Sunday is The Barbary Coast Dixieland Band.
Sunday, October 19
How do we proclaim the gospel? Seminary intern Phil Romine will preach on Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians about how “our message of the gospel came…not in word only, but also in power and in the Holy Spirit and with full conviction” (1 Thess. 1:5).
All are invited to join us for Third Sunday Lunch following worship.
Sunday, October 26
You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, your strength and mind.” “And you shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Jesus puts these two greatest commandments side by side – and they go hand in hand. To love our neighbor is connected to and related to loving God. Rev. Colby will preach as we prepare to host Project Home for the month of November.