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In Children’s Ministry at Centenary, we strive to instill in our kids at the very core of their being the knowledge that God loves them no matter what. This knowledge comes from the staff and volunteers who pour God’s love into our kids through teaching about the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus, and then walking and ministering alongside them as they grow into the person God created them to be. 


If you are new to Centenary and want to know more about children’s ministry or if you would like to be involved as a volunteer in children’s ministry please contact Rev. Kate May

Weekly Update

Would you like to receive the weekly update of what's happening in children's ministry in your inbox? Contact Kate May to receive a weekly email. Also, check out our Facebook page for fun activities.

What to Expect on Sunday Morning

We hope you will come and join us on a Sunday morning. As you prepare for your visit, here is some helpful information to help you have the best visit possible.


Baptism is one of the two sacraments that the United Methodist Church celebrates (the other being communion). In sacraments, God is present with the community in a very physical way, in the form of water at baptism and bread and juice in communion. We, as United Methodists, baptize people of all ages who have never been baptized before and who wish to celebrate God’s claim which we hear at Jesus’ baptism that “this is my child with whom I am well-pleased.”   


In order to help families make the most of their child’s baptism day we ask that parents schedule a baptism orientation before scheduling their child’s baptism. We celebrate baptisms at any of our worship services so that families can choose the service that will be most meaningful to them, however, we only celebrate one baptism in any given service. To schedule, a baptism orientation and baptism contact Kate May

Upcoming Events

Throughout the year, we offer a variety of special activities for our children and parents to participate in. These events are designed to allow the children to learn about the love and majesty of our Savior in a fun kid-friendly way.


Children ages 2 through 6th grade are invited to join us every Thursday night beginning January 5 from 5:00-6:35 pm for Children’s Music & Art Night. Programming includes choir, handbells, handchimes, Kindermusik, art, and more! Dinner (suggested $5 donation) is available from 4:30-6:30 pm. Adult supervision is required for dinner. (Children ages 2-3 are dismissed at 5:40, and those participants require adult accompaniment.) Current participants need not register; the QR code below will direct new participants to the registration form. For more information, please contact Music Ministry Assistant, Virginia Sheffield.

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