Safe Families for Children Event Postponed


 

Flights from Maine have been delayed or cancelled so that Dr. Robin Chamberlain, our presenter from Safe Families for Children will be unable to travel to New York for our scheduled events on Wednesday, January 28th and Thursday, January 29th.

 

We will reschedule these events as soon as Dr. Chamberlain is available.

 

World Youth Alliance Concert at Central


Saturday, February 7th, 8pm, the World Youth Alliance (WYA) Chamber Orchestra will perform a classical music concert here in the Sanctuary at Central.  The program will include Mozart's Piano Concerto K. 414 in A Major featuring internationally renowned soloist, Lynelle Schrade-James; Mendelssohn's String Symphony #2 in D Major, and Barber's Adagio for Strings.
 
The WYA Chamber Orchestra, founded in 2010 under the direction of Alexis Kendemade it's international debut in 2011.  The ensemble performs regularly at the United Nations and prominent universities and cultural centers in the Greater New York area.  It is comprised of pre-college and college students at The Juilliard School who are pursuing professional studies in music performance.  
 
To attend the upcoming concert, email Alexis Kende (alexis@wya.net) to purchase tickets ($10 in advance, $20 at door).  All proceeds benefit the World Youth Alliance (www.wya.net), a nonprofit that works with young people internationally to build a culture that supports and nurtures the dignity of each human person.
 

"Story in the Round" with Amy Grant


On Thursday, February 12th at 7:00pm Central will host "Story in the Round," an evening of readings by Sally Lloyd-Jones, songs by Ashley Cleveland and Amy Grant, and stories from all three. General admission is $20. For tickets and more information click on the banner above.

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 Vocare: Seminars on the Gospel, Culture, and Vocation continues this coming Sunday, February 1st, with the topic, "A Call to Serve At-Risk Children" led by Dr. Richard J. Bonifas, Principal & Chair and Paul Gojkovich, Vice President of Development, Manhattan Christian Academy.
 
 
Topics for the coming weeks are:
 
Genesis - Created in the Image of God
Dr. Rusty Reno, First Things
Sunday, February 8th at 10:00am
 
Genesis - The Call of Abraham
Dr. Rusty Reno, First Things
Sunday, February 15th at 10:00am
 
Genesis - Joseph and his Brothers
Dr. Rusty Reno, First Things
Sunday, February 22nd at 10:00am
 
You can find the audio files of previous seminars here.

 

Mustard Seed Club


 

Calling All Kids Ages 3 to 5th Grade!

 

Grow in the Gospel and Friendship This Winter Through

 

 

Central Presbyterian Church

Wednesdays 4:00 to 5:30pm

Begins January 14th, 2015

 

Registration for the Winter 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! **

Click on these links to play!

"Nothing But The Blood"                               "Agnus Dei"

 

Service Info

Sundays at Central

  • 9:30: Childcare available
  • 9:30: Prayer
  • 10:00: Sunday School
  • 10:00: Adult Study
  • 11:00: Worship Service
  • 12:15: Fellowship Hour

 

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