Welcome to Central Congregational Church
We covenant with the Lord and with one another and do so bind ourselves in the presence of God, to walk together in all the ways which are revealed to us by God, as the Word is made known to us. - Based on the Salem Covenant, 1629
Please join us for Sunday worship services at 10:30 AM.
Our sanctuary is wheelchair accessible.
- April ’15 Newsletter
- Lenten Meditation – Beverly Haviland
- March ’15 Newsletter
- Lenten Supper Series
- 2015 Lenten Calendar
Holy Week at Central
Palm Sunday, March 29th
Worship Service 10:30 am
Preceded by the outdoor procession with Jasper (the donkey), palms, choir, & children at 10:10
Maundy Thursday, April 2nd - 7:30pm
Service of Tenebrae and Communion
Preceding worship, our Deacons invite you to a potluck supper in Chapel Hall.
Good Friday, April 3rd - 12 noon
Our adult choir peforms the Faure Requiem
Easter Vigil, April 4th - 7:30pm
The Easter Vigil dates to the beginnings of Christianity. This candlelight service keeps the intent of such vigils—hearing the readings, remembering our baptisms and sharing Holy Communion together—but it is about an hour long!
Easter, April 5
6:30 Ecumenical Sunrise Service at Swan Point Cemetery
9:00 am Easter Breakfast
9:45 am Children’s Egg Hunt
10:30 am Festival Service of Worship 10:30 am with, organ, brass and timpani - Preludes begin at 10:10 am
All Are Welcome!
Welcome in the name of the Lord. Behold how good and pleasant it is to share this time together. May you feel cleansed and renewed by God's presence, equipped to face the challenges of the new week with courage, faith and calm. The Lord be with you. At Central, we are committed to living the words of Jesus, Love one another. This church is open to all and welcomes everyone who chooses to worship here. We affirm that all of us are created in God's image regardless of age, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, mental facility, economic circumstance or physical condition.
For information: email email@example.com or us 401.331.1960
Thank you to the many church members who contributed the photographs you see on this website.