We invite you to join us for worship each week. Our worship services are Sunday mornings at 9 and 11 am and Wednesday evening at 7 pm. The 11 am Sunday Service is also available via Live Stream by clicking here. You will find an explanation of our worship services listed below.
For any questions, contact our Associate Minister of Evangelism, Engagement and Missions, Rev. Meg Gaston, at 336-724-6311 ext. 1361.
Sunday Mornings at 11
Sanctuary • Sundays • 11 am
Join us in the Sanctuary this Sunday for the full splendor of worship. Our traditional service meets in the Sanctuary.
Worship at 11 am is accompanied by the excellent choral offerings of Centenary’s Chancel Choir and rich liturgy which draws us closer to the One who loves us most. 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.
Sunday Mornings at 9
Memorial Auditorium • Sundays • 9:00 am
Join us in Memorial Auditorium this Sunday for a simple, authentic, open worship service.
Worship at 9 am is accompanied by a variety of musical genres which include jazz, folk, and contemporary settings of familiar hymns, as well as gospel, secular, and traditional music offerings. The liturgy, rooted in our faith tradition, breathes with the times and is approachable and participatory. 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. We hope you will grab a cup of coffee and join us for worship with your family.
Wednesday Nights at 7
Memorial Auditorium • Wednesdays • 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. Meg Gaston 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.