Adults

At Central, we follow an intentional discipleship path to make disciples of all ages by challenging each person to connect, equip, and send.

  • CONNECT - intentionally helping people connect to Jesus and each other by establishing meaningful relationships as we apply God's Word together
  • EQUIP - studying God's Word and applying it to our lives
  • SEND - impacting those around us by serving the church, community, and world

Connection Groups

We all want to belong and to be known by others - God created us for community and relationship with Him. Connection Groups meet together weekly for fellowship, care, prayer, accountability, and building up one another in love. At Central, we offer group opportunities to suit your schedule, stage of life, and geography.

Click Here to find a group that's right for you.


Equipping Hour

Please choose "JOIN" for the elective you plan to attend.

Equipping Hour meets on Sunday mornings at 9:00 and consists of a mix of regular large gatherings, workshops, seminars, and breakout electives that allow individuals to develop a Personal Growth Plan. Yearly, we challenge our members to take a Personal Spiritual Assessment to identify areas of faith development which in turn helps guide them in which equipping hour breakout electives to attend.

 

May 2, 9, 16

 Christ

As our series in the Gospel of Mark has shown us, Jesus plays a huge role in our lives. We want to take three weeks to understand how Jesus is fulfilling the three different roles of Prophet, Priest, and King in His ministry has significance to our connection with Jesus.

 

 Fellowship with Other Believers

Whether we consider the declaration of God in Genesis 2:18 that it is not good to be alone or the impacts that pandemic isolation has caused, we know that we need fellowship with other believers. The primary goal of this class is to unpack the necessity of fellowship among believers and help us engage in fellowship.

 

Baptism

Baptism is clearly an important part of being a follower of the Lord Jesus - He made it part of being a disciple. But it has also been a point of controversy. If we are going to be faithful disciples who are making disciples, we need to better understand the history of baptism, what the Bible teaches about baptism, and the significance of baptism in our lives.

May 23

ALL Church Equipping Session

No need to register for this session. Will be held in the Worship Center.