Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we will only be worshiping through our Live Stream. Join us here: Live Stream
Sanctuary • Sunday • 11 am
Join us in the Sanctuary this Sunday for the full splendor of worship. All are welcome. Here at Centenary, we have one Traditional service, which meets in our Sanctuary.
Worship at 11 am is accompanied by the excellent choral offerings of Centenary’s Chancel Choir. During the 11 am service, children are invited to participate in their own special worship experience with our Children’s Ministry. Each week Reverend Dr. P. Glenn Kinken III explores the fullness and mystery of God through life-relevant messages meant to bring greater understanding of the faith. Our 11 am service is
broadcast live each week via the Centenary Live Stream.
Memorial Auditorium • Sunday • 8:30 am
Worship can be a deeply personal experience, even when it’s in the presence of others. Each Sunday, faith seekers of all ages gather for Simplify a unique and deeply authentic worship experience. Simplify exists to provide faith seekers an engaging worship experience that is intentional, experiential and relational. Casual in nature, Simplify welcomes all people. The music is inspirational…the lessons, relevant and foundational. Join us this Sunday at 8:30 am in Memorial Auditorium as we gather for fellowship, sharing and holy worship in His name.
Sanctuary • Sunday • 9 am
We gather together in worship to hear and be inspired by the word of God, to lift our prayers of intercession for friends and loved ones, to affirm our faith together and to sing God’s praises. Our liturgy will be enhanced during this hour through hymns, Psalms, and spiritual songs stylized by a Jazz Quintet leading us in worship. We offer this service as a new way to infuse the life of faith with the swinging pulse of jazz. May God be glorified in our acts of worship, and may the body of Christ gathered be strengthened and renewed.
Memorial Auditorium • Wednesday • 7:00 pm
Roots Revival is a midweek worship service grounded in Americana/roots-based music featuring Martha Bassett and friends. Martha Bassett co-leads congregational singing and special music with Pat Lawrence and Lee Spears. Rev. Bret Cogan and Rev. Jeremy Pegram are the regular preachers for this service. Each service is built around one or two “focus songs” and a passage from the Bible that fits a given theme. It’s contemplative but fun, liturgical but informal, and features the celebration of holy communion on a weekly basis. If you have you like to be added to the weekly Roots Revival email list, contact Rev. Bret Cogan.