Category Archives: Moments for Witness

Several members of the congregation have shared what their faith means to them during the Sunday worship services this year.

We welcome you to submit your own statement to a short booklet that is being prepared for the congregation. Please speak with one of the ministers or send an email to the church office if you would like to participate.


Still Speaking Connections

Spoiler Alert:  You should subscribe to the Still Speaking Daily Devotionals from the UCC! For those of you that already do subscribe to the Still Speaking Daily Devotionals, you know what I’m talking about.  Connections, every day.  How do they know … Continue reading

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Moment for Witness – Bill Templeton

Moment for Witness   Bill Templeton Sunday April 22, 2012 (Earth Day) Some months ago Rebecca asked me to do this moment for witness – on how Central has transformed my life.   I struggled with it. I was not … Continue reading

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Moment for Witness – Sally Strachan

SANCTUARY 2 Corinthians 5:1   For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. How do I describe the medieval, pure … Continue reading

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Moment for Witness – William Claflin

January 30, 2011   What is it that brings a person back to Central after his or her first visit? Is it the extraordinary music led by Patrick and made complete by our wonderful choir? Is it the Sunday School … Continue reading

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Moment for Witness – John Peters

“Moment for Witness” by John Peters January 16, 2011 I am now several years into retirement.  And I find myself increasingly looking back on my life – reflecting on the high points and warm memories, and the low points and … Continue reading

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