Time Off Request
- Speak to your supervisor.
- Complete this form.
- Enter dates on the CCB “All Staff” calendar.
- Forward the request to HR and Employee with “APPROVED” or “DENIED” in the subject line.
Holy Week is a time of deep reflection and contemplation as we remember the sacrifice that Jesus made for us on the cross. It is a time to come together as a community and offer our prayers and gratitude for the blessings that we have received.
Maundy Thursday is a Christian holy day that commemorates the Last Supper when Jesus shared a meal with his disciples before his arrest and crucifixion.
A creative and reflective service to give space for us to think about Jesus' sacrifice and prepares for Good Friday.
A service designed to deepen our connection to Jesus and remind us of the meaning and power of his crucifixion. This service will include an open format with prayer stations.
A joy-filled celebration of Jesus’ triumph over death led by the contemporary worship team in the Worship Center.
Children’s Ministry programming provided.
The worship team leads a contemporary service in the Worship Center at 9:30 am (also livestreamed).
A joy-filled celebration of Jesus’ triumph over death led by the Chancel Choir, brass, handbells, and organ in the sanctuary.
No children’s programming.
The Chancel Choir and organ lead worship in the traditional service in the Sanctuary at 11:00 am.
Event & Process Review
Central’s traditional worship service is a vibrant and dynamic experience that brings together people of all ages and backgrounds.
Saturday, March 25
9:00 aM - 12:30 PM
We long to bring the love of Jesus into all our relationships & networks, but sometimes we can feel stuck by our fears and usual patterns. Join us as we learn to BREAKTHROUGH these barriers and get new inspiration from speaker, author, and church consultant J.R. Briggs.
Each year we have the privilege to elect our leadership for the upcoming year. A congregational-led nominating committee submits a list of eligible candidates for leadership to be voted upon at the annual meeting. The current committee is seeking nominations from the congregation for the offices of Elder & Deacon and for next year’s Nominating Committee.
Please give prayerful consideration to your suggestion of a person to be considered by the committee for nomination.
Deacons are elected and ordained from within the congregation to lead the congregation in compassionate service.
At Central, the deacons are the front-line for providing financial, material and spiritual support to the congregation and community. Deacons typically serve three-year terms.
Elders are elected and ordained from within the congregation to give spiritual guidance, shepherd, teach, pray and set direction.
At Central, elders are male and female, serve three-year terms and also function as trustees.
The Nominating Committee is a congregational committee responsible for recommending ruling elders and deacons from members of the congregation.
Lent is the time in the church year to reflect on Jesus' death and resurrection. We've set up space for extra prayer and guided reflection to help you do this. Visit any time on Sunday mornings.
Prayer Parlor, Sundays in Lent, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Join us as Central member Dr. John Aucott provides a biblical perspective on the seasons of life and navigating their challenges. We will examine birth, childhood, midlife, and care of our elderly. You'll get the most out of this class by attending all weeks, but you are welcome to drop in any week you are able.