Worship returns to the 10:30 start time and it’s the first day of Sunday School
Plan to stay after worship for outdoor games and the ministry fair in the social hall.
Rally Day is a time to reconnect with friends, launch a new year of Sunday School and celebrate the work of Central Church with a ministry fair. And, it’s your chance to dunk the pastor!
The festivities include games and face painting, hot dogs, salad, veggies and dessert. Visit with leaders of committees and small group ministries and learn how you can share your time and talents. Rally Day marks the start of a new program year. Worship returns to the 10:30 start time and it’s the first day of Sunday School. Members of committees and small group ministries will be on hand to provide information about their programs.
Celebrate the 250th anniversary of the founding of Central Church
What is Saturday Night Meal? Once a month, from September through June, Central Church people gather with churches and other groups to assemble about 300 meals which are delivered to families in need in our area. We meet at about 2:30pm at East Parish United Methodist Church in Salisbury Square.
How can I get involved? There are many ways you can participate: donate a casserole or two (see the schedule below to see what’s on the menu this month), donate jugs of milk, help assemble meals and deliver meals. The entire family is welcome, and teens can get community service credit.
Schedule for 2018 – 2019
September 8 American Chop Suey
October 13 Shepherd’s Pie *meet at Central Church
November 17 Lasagna *meet at Central Church
December No Meal
January 5, 2019 Ziti with Meatball or Sausage
February 2 Turkey Dinner
March 2 Mac & Cheese with Ham
April 6 Hamburger Casserole
May 4 Chicken & Rice w/ Veggies
June 1 American Chop Suey
Who can I talk to about Saturday Night Meal? See Diane Hawkins-Clark or contact the office.
The Free Community Breakfast is now in its 2nd year!
Central Church offers a free breakfast on Saturdays from 8am to 10am for the community. Hospitable volunteers prepare and serve up eggs, pancakes, sausage, fruit, cereal, coffee, tea and juice.
Join the crew of volunteers. Look for Carol Larocque or Jean Moore who will gladly answer your questions. The community breakfast is supported by the Central Church Council, Christian Outreach Committee and the Saturday Night Meal Program.
Altar flower dedications are a wonderful way to memorialize a loved one or to honor an individual or occasion. The cost is a mere $25. You may take the flowers home or the Deacons will deliver them to someone who is ill or unable to attend church.
Call or write the church office. 978-465-0533 firstname.lastname@example.org