2021 Fall Activities & Classes

  • Coffee & Connections begins Sept. 11
    Whether you are single or married, have children or pets, are a new or an old friend at Central, you are invited to “Coffee & Connections,” held the first Saturday of each month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at Waller’s Coffee Shop in Decatur.
    This new Life Group from Central offers a time for college students, young professionals, and adults to discover new friendships, reflect on Scripture and contextual theology, and engage in service activities.
    For this Fall Season, the group will be reflecting on “Inspired,” by Rachel Held Evans.
    Contact: Jasiel H. Garcia
  • Central Women provides a monthly opportunity for women of all ages to share a meal, enjoy fellowship, and explore a variety of programs. The schedule is below.
    Contact: Linda McCord

    Zoom link:us02web.zoom.us/j/82079240841

    Passcode: 30303

    Meeting ID: 322 576 1179
    Passcode: 789979
  • Delivered out of Empire:
    Pivotal Moments in the Book of Exodus | A Sojourners class
    9:45 to 10:45 a.m. beginning Sept. 12
    In “Delivered out of Empire,” renowned Presbyterian Theologian Walter Brueggemann examines the first 15 chapters of Exodus to unpacks details, trace themes and explore implications of God’s emancipating work in the world – past and present. What does Exodus have to say about our own systems of domination and economic excess? The class will be lead by Ed Carwile and Robert Catterall and will meet in The Brotherhood Room.
    Contact: Robert Catterall rfcatterall@gmail.com
  • The Christian Imagination – Theology and the Origins of Race
    | An Issues in Theology Class
    9 to 10 a.m., beginning Sept. 12
    The Issues in Theology Class will be discussing ‘The Christian Imagination – Theology and the Origins of Race,‘ by Willie James Jennings. The first part of the book consists of narratives weaved together to support Jennings’ learning and discovery points, and the second part of the book Jennings analyzes and expounds on the narratives through his skillful study of history, theology and ethics in the origins of racism.
    Contact: Michael Lloyd
    Zoom Link:
    Meeting ID:  971 8386 1198
    Meeting Password: 587481
  • Interim Choral Director Jennifer Sengin

    Thursdays, 11:30 a.m. to noon,

    Bring a crafting item and a hot beverage of your choice for some fellowship.

    Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAodu6grzkoGNKv2r0xNcR-6vnBXqti7fve

  • This is a look at the story behind the creation of one of the hymns to be sung in the following Sunday’s worship service.
    Hymn Fun with Steve Fey
    Saturday mornings beginning Sept. 18
    10 a.m.
    Contact: Steve Fey, stphnf@yahoo.com
    Join Zoom Meeting
    Meeting ID: 755 3107 4580
    Password: 226787
    You may dial in at 1-646-558-8656.
    Passcode: 226787
  • Rebekah Circle

    The Rebekah Circle will meet  Sept. 13, at 11 a.m. via Zoom.  Kaye Carmichael will lead Lesson One of the Bible study guide “What My Grandmothers Taught Me….Learning from the Women in Matthew’s Genealogy of Jesus.”  New members are welcome to attend.  Should you be interested in joining, please notify Frances St. John at fstjohn210@gmail.com.

    Join Zoom Meeting


    Meeting ID: 884 6696 7107

    Passcode: 138714

  • The Bible and Poverty
    The class, titled “The Bible and Poverty,” was developed by Emory University’s Candler School of Theology for church members, and Central is partnering with the Candler School to make this series available at no charge for participants. The class will be taught by Ryan Bonfiglio, Professor of Old Testament at Candler, and will explore biblical views on and responses to material poverty, from the Law and Prophets to the Gospels and Acts.
    The first class session will be a face-to-face gathering, on the evening of Sunday, Sept. 12, at the home of Jill and Brady Lum. We will share a meal together and then Ryan will lead the class session. The remaining five sessions will be conducted via Zoom, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., on a series of Tuesday evenings: Sept. 21; Oct. 5, 12 and 19; and Nov. 2. You can register here: http://bit.ly/BibleandPovertyCP.
    This promises to be a great series, with a highly energetic and engaging teacher. Sign up soon, and we’ll see you at the Lum’s on September 12 (details will be emailed to registrants) and in the Zoom room after that! – Robert Catterall
    Password: 226787
    You may dial in at 1-646-558-8656.
    Passcode: 226787
  • Judy Kisla

    Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

    An online exercise class held by Judy Kisla.

    Link: https://zoom.us/j/432125956

    Meeting ID: 432 125 956

  • Friends on the Journey – Anti-Racism Community Building
    9 to 10 a.m., beginning Sept. 12
    Description: Friends on the Journey is a Central community group seeking to foster openness, sharing, conversation, discussion and capacity-building to end anti-Black racism and other oppressive behaviors at Central Presbyterian Church and in our own lives. We welcome all and invite participants to lead discussions as they feel inspired. A willingness to be curious, question assumptions and be open to new ideas is encouraged.
    Zoom link:

Did you know? Musical Musings – Jennifer Sengin has been sending out one song a day that inspires us/gives us hope/we love and such to the choir and would like to open that up to the entire congregation. If you would like to be added to that daily email list, please email jsengin@cpcatlanta.org.

Sunday Morning

Central is back in the sanctuary with guidelines during this season. You may sign up here. If you are not comfortable returning, you may join us on our website, Facebook or YouTube.