Time Off Request

Employee Steps

  1. Speak to your supervisor.
  2. Complete this form.
  3. Enter dates on the CCB “All Staff” calendar.

Supervisor Steps

  1. Forward the request to HR and Employee with “APPROVED” or “DENIED” in the subject line. 

Goals Check-in


Holy Week

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
Apr 6, 2023 at 7:00 PM

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.

Good Friday Service
Apr 7, 2023 at 5:00 PM

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.

Easter Contemporary Worship
Apr 9, 2023 at 9:30 AM

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).

Easter Traditional Worship
Apr 9, 2023 at 11:00 AM

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


Traditional Music

Traditional Music

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

Breakthrough Conference

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.

Reserve your spot.

$25 Per Person (Childcare available)

Dr. J.R. Briggs

Dr. J.R. Briggs

Dr. J.R. Briggs is a visionary leader with a passion for following Jesus, equipping kingdom leaders, and creating good kingdom mischief. He is the founder of Kairos Partnerships, an organization committed to serving kingdom leaders through leadership coaching, consulting, speaking, teaching, and writing. With over 15 years of experience in pastoral roles and a PhD in practical theology, J.R. has served and invested in pastors, business owners, athletes, university administrators, coaches, and attorneys in over 40 denominations throughout North America.

Leader Nomination

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.

  • An Active Central Member

  • Devoted Follower of Jesus

  • Exhibits Godly Wisdom & Mature Faith

  • Demonstrates Leadership Skills & Compassionate Spirit

  • Faithful In Worship Attendance

  • A Regular Contributor To Central's Budget

  • Engaged In Central's Program Life

  • May Not Serve More Than Two Consecutive Three-Year Terms on The Same Board

For an overseer, as God’s administrator, must be blameless, not arrogant, not hot-tempered, not addicted to wine, not a bully, not greedy for money, but hospitable, loving what is good, sensible, righteous, holy, self-controlled, holding to the faithful message as taught, so that he will be able both to encourage with sound teaching and to refute those who contradict it.


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.

Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee is a congregational committee responsible for recommending ruling elders and deacons from members of the congregation.


What is Lent?

The Lenten season has been observed by Christians for centuries. It starts with Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of 40 days (minus Sundays) leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus. Lent is a season of preparation and anticipation. It is a time to reflect on the brokenness of our world and a time to repent for the brokenness in our lives. It is also a time to look ahead to the day when all things will be made new. It is a journey that leads us to Holy Week and culminates with Jesus being placed in the dark tomb and rising again to launch God’s worldwide project of making the world the right.

How do I observe Lent?
Often people observe the season of Lent by giving up certain things, like certain foods, activities or habits in order to sharpen our attention on our spiritual lives. It can also be helpful to take up certain practices, such as prayer, service, or intentional time with people we care about.

As a community, we will gather together on Ash Wednesday, Holy Thursday, and Good Friday to remember and celebrate significant moments of Jesus’ journey to the cross.

Soup & Group
Every week on Wednesday until Mar 29, 2023 from 6:00p to 7:30p

Join us for a warm and hearty evening of Soup & Group. This event is a great opportunity to come together as a community and enjoy a delicious meal while participating in meaningful Lenten activities.

We'll start the evening with a variety of soups and after dinner, we'll gather in small groups for guided lenten activities, including prayer, reflection, and discussion.

This is a perfect opportunity to connect with others, nourish your body and soul, and celebrate the season of lent.

Weekly on Wednesdays during March

6:00-7:30 in the Courtyard


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