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Local Mission Project Announced

Local Mission Project Announced 150 150 Central Presbyterian Church

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This summer, we’re offering three concrete ways to make an impact on the lives of our neighbors! Keep reading for three opportunities to impact a neighborhood close to Central, support families coming out of homelessness and a tangible way to give back to families facing the criminal justice system.  read more

Adult Summer Series Announced

Adult Summer Series Announced 150 150 Central Presbyterian Church

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A search on Google for “John Calvin” with the word liberty yields 1.2 million results. Clearly, the roots of our church are embedded in Calvin’sInstitutes and his ideas about freedom. One scholar goes so far as to include Calvin in the pantheon of our nation’s Founders.  This series is an opportunity to rediscover our roots, reflect on what the Bible says about how we claim our participation in community, and to examine our own responsibilities as ethical citizens. Class sessions will meet at 9:45 AM in The Atrium, the ground floor of the Oglesby Building. read more

Central Receives Vital Worship Grant

Central Receives Vital Worship Grant 150 150 Central Presbyterian Church

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The Music and Liturgical Arts Committee, a part of the Ministry of Worship of Central Presbyterian Church, has received a Vital Worship Grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship (CICW) in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  read more

2016 All Church Retreat

2016 All Church Retreat 150 150 Central Presbyterian Church

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Why Register for the All Church Retreat?

  • Get to know your Central neighbors!
  • Enjoy great food and nourishing fellowship
  • Opportunities for spiritual practice, prayer, and faith education
  • Free time to enjoy the beautiful mountains of the Asheville area
  • The Annual Barn Dance that brings together young and old
  • A restful and fun weekend away!

About the Theme: We are creatures of God, stewards of God’s creation. In this retreat, we will explore environmental theology reflected in hymns and spiritual songs, biblical texts, and the recent encyclical by Pope Francis I. All nature sings, and we sing with it!

Through singing and learning together, we will recognize our need to tune in not only to nature’s praise of God’s creation, but also to its laments over the ways that creation is threatened by human abuses.

Sign up for our 2016 All Church Retreat today! Follow this link to secure your spot.