Over the past several years, members of Centenary have engaged in planning a renovation program to address the future needs of our vibrant church. As part of the planning process, we are conducting special information sessions so that you may hear, discuss and reflect on proposed plans which have been developed to enhance our main entry on 5th Street, the 1960’s Children’s Building, and the 4th Floor Youth area in the 1930’s Building.
Two More Conversations Just Added
Sunday • October 15 • 10 am • Room 105
Wednesday • October 18 • 6 pm • Room 408
There are two more opportunities for you to hear the presentation regarding possible renovations to the Centenary campus. You do not need to make reservations for the two times. Come and learn about the exciting possibilities for the future of Centenary as we consider a renovation project.
What are our goals for these sessions?
We want every voice from all age demographics heard in this process
To make it as convenient as possible for you, we are offering multiple small group gatherings
To celebrate how Centenary will be able to minister to all generations with renewed spaces
What will happen at these conversations?
You will hear a presentation of the proposed renovation concepts of the 1960’s Children’s Building, 4th Floor Youth Area in the 1930’s Building, and a possible new entrance on 5th Street
You will see architectural renderings developed by Lambert Architects
You will be able to ask questions and give your own input
We want to hear your ideas on how we can utilize reimagined spaces to serve the community
All gatherings are scheduled for one hour as an informal time to share food, drinks, conversation and fellowship. Childcare will be provided at meetings held on the Centenary campus. Please reserve childcare when you make your reservation. These gatherings are designed as small group conversations so space is limited.