Special Lecture with Professor Albert J. Raboteau


Central invites you to join us this Thursday, September 29th, at 7:30pm for a special lecture with Professor Albert J. Raboteau. In light of the recent spate of violence across the world and continuing racial tension here in the US, Professor Raboteau will give a lecture on Christian resources for forgiveness and racial reconciliation entitled "American Prophets: Religious Radicals and Their Struggle for Social and Political Justice.” This talk will be followed by a moderated Q&A with Professor Eric Gregory.

 

 

Professor Raboteau has taught at Yale, Berkeley, and Harvard, and currently is the Henry W. Putnam Professor Emeritus of Religion at Princeton University. His written work includes Slave Religion: The 'Invisible Institution' in the Antebellum South and A Sorrowful Joy: a Spiritual Memoir. With Richard Alba and Josh DeWeind he co-edited Religion and Immigration in America: Comparative and Historical Perspectives.

 

Spread the word and join us for what will be a powerful and deeply important evening of discussion.

Poiema Fall Artists Series: Sean Kennard and Michael Katz


Our Fall Artists Series kicks off next Friday with Sean Kennard and Michael Katz. Free admission and open to the public!

Poiema: Broadway on Park!


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Back by popular demand! The concert will feature singers from the Central Church Chorale performing musical theatre selections by Sondheim, Schwartz, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Weill, and many more!

Vocare: Seminars on the Gospel, Culture, and Vocation


Central’s Vocare explores the intersection of the gospel, culture, and vocation.  The Latin word "vocare" (pronounced vo-KAR-ay) means "to call" and is the root of the English word "vocation."  The purpose of these seminars is to equip us theologically and spiritually to live out our unique and distinctive callings as people who have been sent by God into the world.
 
Our Fall Vocare series continues this Sunday, October 2nd at 10am with the first in a two-part series, "Jeremiah: Calling, Confusion, and Comfort" by Mike Kelly, Adjunct Professor at Biblical Theological Seminary.  
 
And in the coming weeks:
 
What's Up with the Apocalypse?
Alissa Wilkinson, Film Critic and Associate Professor of English and Humanities, King's College
Sunday, October 16 at 10am
 
Silence and Beauty
Mako Fujimura, Director, Brehm Center for Worship, Theology, and the Arts, Fuller Theological Seminary
Sunday, October 23 at 10am
 
Jeremiah: Calling, Confusion, and Comfort
Michael Kelly, Adjunct Faculty, Biblical Theological Seminary
Sunday, October 30 at 10am
 
How Playwriting Teaches Me About My Faith
Chris Cragin-Day, Playwright and Associate Professor of Business and Economics, The King's College
Sunday, November 6 at 10am
 
Watching Well Beyond Worldview
Alissa Wilkinson, Film Critic and Associate Professor of English and Humanities, King's College
Sunday, November 13 at 10am
 
Christian Reflection on Capitalism and the Common Good
John Moon, Partner and Managing Director, Morgan Stanley Private Equity
Sunday, November 20 at 10am
 
Our Ritualed Lives
Dru Johnson, Associate Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies, The King's College
Sunday, November 27 at 10am
 
and more!
 
Click here for speaker bios.  You can listen to previous Vocare seminars here.
 

Mustard Seed Club


 

Calling All Kids Ages 3 to 5th Grade!

 

Grow in the Gospel and Friendship This Fall Through

 

 

Central Presbyterian Church

Wednesdays 4:00 to 5:30pm

Begins September 21st, 2016

 

Registration for the Fall is $50 for the first child in a family and $25 for each additional child.

Register here.

 

* Children's Choir * Gym Games *

* Bible Discussion * Crafts *

 ** 4th and 5th graders will also serve as Jr. Leaders! **

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"Nothing But The Blood"                               "Agnus Dei"

 

Basketball with Coach Tony!


Central will host a Basketball training and play program, led by Coach Tony Wright, on Saturdays from 10am-11:30am for children ages 7yrs-12yrs!
 

The program is held in theCoach Tony Wright Central gym and will begin on October 15th. Registration is $75 per child for each 5-week session.

 

Coach Tony Wright has more than 15 years of coaching experience that includes: AAU, Prep schools (Bridgton Academy, New Hampton School, and Notre Dame Prep), and college (Howard College). Throughout his career, he has worked with three NBA players, more than 25 international players, and 50 division one college players. Prior to forming the New York City Wizards basketball program, he was an assistant coach at Bridgton Academy from the 2004 to 2008 season. In 2003, Coach Wright was the interim Head Coach at Howard College in Big Spring TX. From 2001 to 2003, Coach Wright was the Head Varsity Coach at New Hampton School. In 2000, he helped coached Notre Dame Prep school team which had fifteen division one players led by former NBA player Ryan Gomes. In 2006, he was invited to be an assistant coach for the USA 18U team during the summer Global Games in Dallas, Texas. Coach Wright was a basketball Honorable Mention All American at New Hampton School, and team Captain and two year starter at Iona College.
 
To register, click on the link here.

Come Visit!


Central Presbyterian Church
593 Park Avenue (corner of 64th St)
New York, New York 10065

Service Info

Services at 11:00am and 5:00pm Every Sunday

Childcare Available at All Services

Sunday Schedule

  • 9:30: Prayer
  • 10:00: Sunday School
  • 10:00: Vocare Seminars
  • 11:00: Morning Service
  • 12:15: Fellowship Hour
  • 5:00: Evening Service
  • 6:15: Refreshments

Located on the corner of 64th Street and Park Avenue

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