Each Sunday morning our elementary age children are invited to attend "Kids' Worship" upstairs following the pastors children's sermon in the sanctuary. During Kids' Worship our children do crafts, learn Bible lessons, watch videos and sing songs.
There is also Nursery Care (birth - 3yr olds) available through worship and Sunday school 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM Nursery care is often provided for other events as well.
Read more: Children's Activities
Seventh Cents Youth Group
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Throughout the year our teens have special events. They have had movie nights, lock-ins, retreats, mission/service projects, amusement park trips, cookouts, Crop Walks, book discussion clubs, pancake breakfasts, Sunday worship led by the youth, Bible studies and game nights.
Our name derives from both Central Prebyterian Church and Centenary United Methodist Church being located on 7th Street. Both names begin with "Cent". Combined they make 7th Cents!
Download the Mission Statement: Mission Statement
Download the Values Statement: Values Statement
Youth Ministry Architects Assessment of "7th Cents" Youth Minstry and Recommendations for advancement
In the past, our "7th Cents" youth ministry held and assessment/evaluation of our youth programming and a 21 page recommendation was put forth for how to go about improving our youth ministry so that we can reach as many youth for Jesus Christ as effectively as possible.
This report and recommendations has been approved by the Education Ministry and Administrative Council of our church. In the months ahead we hope to grow our youth ministry in many ways.
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FROM THE PASTOR’S PEN
The prophet Joel says that when God pours out God's spirit, that "your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, and your young men shall see visions."
July begins my third year here at Centenary United Methodist Church. We have seen some awesome things happen in that two years. We sent 100 boxes to Operation Christmas Child. We have served many guests at our Sycamore Social. We have welcomed and fed the Habitat for Humanity bike riders. We have continued to support 14th and Chestnut Community Center and United Campus Ministries. We have started the 55:1 Community Lunch, which I consider a great success. That program was an idea that began with one of our congregants.
So as I read the passage from Joel, I ask myself and you, what are your dreams and visions? What is it that God is calling us to do, both as individuals and as a congregation? You may have a dream or vision that you think is too big. And it may very well be for us. But then I am reminded of the passage that says, "With God all things are possible." Do you believe that? Then what's your dream? What's your vision?
For the only cause that matters,