We invite you to come and explore your faith journey at Centenary. Our Starting Point class will give you the tools to discover a deeper connection to Centenary and its membership. Classes meet on Sundays from Noon - 1:30 pm at the church. (Please click the link below for more details about our next session.) If you are interested in joining the session, please contact Juana Jasinto at ext. 1300 or sign up below. Childcare is available with your reservation; please arrange when you register to attend.
Winter Overflow Shelter
December 1 – March 31
This vital ministry provides persons experiencing homelessness a meal and a warm place to sleep, and we are honored to be a partner with City with Dwellings in this effort. Centenary furnishes transportation from the check-in site to overflow shelters on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday evenings. We are in need of drivers and ride-alongs. Ride-alongs help with boarding the busses and serve as an extra pair of eyes for drivers.
Children & Youth
Children and youth third grade and older are invited to read scripture in all of Centenary’s services on the second Sunday of each month. For more information, please contact any of Centenary’s ministers or Stacy Holley (336-724-6311 ext. email@example.com.)
Samaritan Ministries is one of our local homeless shelters and was founded in part by Centenary members. In addition to its men’s shelter, Samaritan offers a soup kitchen and special programs for recovering substance abusers and the mentally ill. Centenary members support Samaritan in many ways, but as a church we are committed to sending 6 overnight volunteers to staff the shelter and extend hospitality to its residents on the 2nd Friday of each month. To learn more, contact
Tom Lawson, or click here to get details and sign up to serve.
On the first of Sunday of each month, we celebrate the sacrament of holy communion at our three morning services. During the 11:00 am Traditional service, we have opportunities for laity to be involved as communion servers. If you would like to assist in serving holy communion, please visit centenary-ws.org/sign-up or contact Jauna Jasinto at (ext. 1300)/firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children's Choir meets on Wednesday evenings and we have offerings for children ages 2 years through 5th grade. If you would like for your child or children to participate please register here so we can help them to have a great experience. Questions? Contact Jonathan Emmons
Thrive: Women's Retreat
Registration has exceeded expectations. We will accept names for a waiting list beginning Saturday, January 18. No payment is required to add your name to the list. Registrants on the waiting list will be notified of retreat openings by January 29.
February 28 - March 1, 2020
This year’s retreat will be informed by a personality profiling tool based on the Enneagram. The Enneagram is about people -- how we are the same, how we are different, what makes us tick, how we get in our own way and how we develop our connection with the Divine. It describes nine fundamental personality styles, each of which has its own internal logic, strengths, talents, and advantages, as well as limits, pitfalls, and blind spots. As we begin to recognize our own patterns of behavior, it helps explain why we behave the way we do. Using the Enneagram as a tool, we will gain insights into our spirituality, our blind spots and how to nurture our relationships. Using the teaching and ministry of Jesus, we will explore how understanding each of the nine styles can lead us to a more authentic and full life.
Social Media & Your Family
Join us for a day of resourcing families on the topic of how to safely engage with Social Media. Susan Wind from Praentsknowmore.com will be with us on Sunday, February 9 to meet with our kids and youth as well as parents to talk about how to safely and responsibly engage with Social Media. If you, your child, or your youth would like to attend please register below. For more information contact Kate May (ext. email@example.com) or Tammy Pollock (ext. firstname.lastname@example.org).
Third Graders are invited to join us for the Bible Bonanza on February 16 from 12-2 pm. This fun event is full of fellowship, pizza, and learning more about how to use your Bible. Cost is $10/student. Register HERE by Monday, February 10. Questions? Contact Kate May.
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