Small Groups

central.womenFormed in the early 1980s Central Women provides a friendly group where members can   explore issues and topics of particular interest to women.

Central Women currently are meeting on Zoom. Please check the CPC Calendar for Zoom information.

Central Women has featured guests speakers and the group discusses issues as diverse as women’s health, the civil rights movement, women’s role in the political process, artistic interpretations, and women in the Bible. The group meets in members’ homes on the third Thursday of the month, September through May (excluding December).

How to Join
Central Women is open to any woman who would like to attend. Interested? Contact Central Women for more information.

All of our groups have moved online due to COVID-19. You may contact Linda Massengill for more details at

A Presbyterian Women’s Circle is a local congregational group dedicated to nurturing the faith and spiritual growth of women in the church and helping women develop church leadership skills.

At Central, our Circle is called The Rebekah Circle. The Circle meets the second Monday of each month, September through June.

Our Circle is currently meeting via Zoom. Please contact Linda Massengill at for more information.

The Bookworms group is for all Centralites and friends who love to read and discuss books. The group meets in members’ homes on the fourth Tuesday of the month, September through May. At our meetings, the group discusses a book. The meetings are very informal, with discussion often branching out into diverse areas suggested by comments about the book.

The reading list for 2020-21 Bookworms has been set, and meetings will continue via Zoom as long as the group needs to and in person as soon as they can safely gather. Below is a list of upcoming authors and books. Questions? Contact Central Bookworms.
Register for the Zoom meeting:
Sept. 29 Patchett, Ann – “The Dutch House”
Oct. 27 Belfoure, Charles – “The Paris Architect”
Nov. 24 Erdrich, Louise – “The Night Watchman”
Jan. 26 Coates, Ta-Nehisi – “Between the World and Me”
Feb. 23 Broom, Sarah – “The Yellow House”
March 23 Kidd, Sue Monk – “The Book of Longings”
April 27 Schultz, Connie – “The Daughters of Erietown”
May 25 Richardson, Kim Michelle – “The Bookwoman of Troublesome

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The Young Adults life group is open to anyone in their twenties and thirties. Whether you’re single or married, new to Atlanta or long-time Central member, exploring faith or grew up in the church, you are always welcome and invited to join us for fellowship, learning, and service.
Currently, we meet twice a month. Every third Thursday of the month we meet via zoom. And every other Saturday we meet outdoors in a socially-distanced setting to hike, or drink coffee, or gather around a firepit.
If you want to learn more, connect with Pastor Jasiel at

Central is excited to join in supporting UKirk Atlanta’s newest campus ministry site at Georgia State University. The group is currently not meeting due to COVID-19 and the end of the semester.

This small group meets monthly for fellowship and providing support to one another. It consists mainly of mothers with children in elementary school and younger, but all are welcome to join. The group has been meeting via Zoom.

CentralMenMen’s activities have been shifted due to COVID-19. Below are new opportunities to connect virtually.

“Central Men Dinner”
June 15, July 20, August 17
7 p.m.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 816 8441 7955
Password: 408336

“Central Men Breakfast”
June 7, July 5, August 2
8 a.m.

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 876 9317 5895
Password: 586014

Contact Central Men for more information.

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.