What’s happening at Central?

Central’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic – Following guidance from the Southern New England Conference of the United Church of Christ (SNEUCC) we ceased in-person worship on March 8, 2020. WHY? To protect the health of our congregation In person worship is one of the riskiest activities because speaking, singing, and praying propel the air-borne particles that carry the virus Many members

From the Pastor – Rally for Central Sacred stories, faithful practices, rebuilding community: these are the themes for our Rally for Central this year. Normally, Rally Day is a one-day event that happens on the first Sunday after Labor Day. It’s a day to welcome people back to church after the summer break. The choir returns to worship. Sunday

Pastoral letter to New York City Congregations – by Rev. Christopher Ney –

Saturday Morning “Grab n Go” Free Community Breakfast – 8:00am – 10:00am –                                                                              Grab n Go 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. Due  Corona Virus, we have Take Out Only.  Join the crew of volunteers.  You

Make an Altar Flower Dedication – 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

(On Hold till further notice) The Saturday Night Meal Program – 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?