Central Updates 09-25-20







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Scripture this week:  Genesis 12:10-20
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Elaine Hale Memorial Service 
The Hale family and Central Presbyterian Church invite you to celebrate the life of Elaine Hale at a virtual memorial service on
October 17 at 11:00 AM.
The service will be available over Zoom.   

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Let’s Pray Together!

Great momments in history have often been preceeded by a momment of prayer. In this season of transitions Pastor Mark has invites us to pray together 3 times a day. This is a time to press pause and turn our hearts toward God together. Pray for Central or wherever God leads you heart, most importantly let’s pray and lean into Jesus together.

Will you take the challenge?

Pause & Pray

8:30 am | 12:00 pm | 5:00 pm

Abraham – Wavering 10-18-20

Abraham’s story involves failure and disobedience. His journey is a mess, and ours will have its share of messiness too. There is a lot we can from Abraham that will help us on our journey to a “new land”.
Central Presbyterian Church
October 18, 2020
Pastor Mark Hutton

Abraham – Got Your Back – 10-11-20

Abraham’s story involves failure and disobedience. His journey is a mess, and ours will have its share of messiness too. There is a lot we can from Abraham that will help us on our journey to a “new land”.
Central Presbyterian Church
October 11, 2020
Pastor Mark Hutton

Central Updates 09-18-20







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Scripture this week:  Genesis 11:27-32, 12:1-9



















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Abaraham – Got Your Back 10-4-20

Abraham’s story involves failure and disobedience. His journey is a mess, and ours will have its share of messiness too. There is a lot we can from Abraham that will help us on our journey to a “new land”.
Central Presbyterian Church
October 4, 2020
Pastor Mark Hutton

Abraham – Wandering 9-27-20

Abraham’s story involves failure and disobedience. His journey is a mess, and ours will have its share of messiness too. There is a lot we can from Abraham that will help us on our journey to a “new land”.
Central Presbyterian Church
September 27, 2020
Pastor Andy Nagel

Abraham – Launched 9-20-20

Abraham’s story involves failure and disobedience. His journey is a mess, and ours will have its share of messiness too. There is a lot we can from Abraham that will help us on our journey to a “new land”.
Central Presbyterian Church
September 20, 2020
Pastor Mark Hutton

Regather Update 9-11-20

Dear Central Family, 
On September 4th Maryland entered Stage 3 of the Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery Plan. Here are the implications of Stage 3 for worship gatherings: 

  • Capacity limit increased from 50% to 75% at Retail Shops and Religious Services 
  • Stage 3 will be implemented in multiple phases with a flexible, community-based approach that empowers individual jurisdictions to make decisions regarding the timing of reopenings. 

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the safety and welfare of the congregation have been the first priority. We are protecting vulnerable people and ensuring the best health practices at off-site gatherings while following the direction of the state authorities. We recognize that there will always be a risk of people testing positive to COVID-19 and that our responsibility is to mitigate and contain that risk.

Central’s leadership and staff are actively working on a plan and timeframe to re-open the building for in-person worship and for facility use. This has been particularly challenging with the constantly changing landscape. More details about this plan will be communicated in the coming weeks. 

I would like to encourage your continued participation with Sunday’s online worship services, Neighborhood Gatherings, and Groups. These are all great ways to connect with others. In addition, please join with the staff and leadership in praying and listening for God’s direction to safely re-open the building. 

Peace to you, 
Pastor Mark