Sundays

ADULTS

Managing Our Finances God’s Way by Crown Ministries

9:00AM // Room 212

Jan.22-Mar. 12: This eight week, DVD-based, study teaches biblical financial management principles. There are over 2,350 verses in the Bible about money and half of Jesus’ parables are about possessions. The Bible is packed with wise counsel about your financial life. Jesus cares about how we manage the resources entrusted to us. If you want to live a life of generosity and experience the blessings that come from managing our finances God’s way, then this class is for you.

Co-Facilitators: Rod Opliger, current CCC Finance Director, investment advisor, financial planner, certified public accountant, Crown Financial coach; and Tim Larson, estate planning attorney in Wichita and throughout Kansas and Oklahoma, works with attorneys, accountants, financial planners, and life insurance professionals on estate planning topics, CCC Foundation board member.

ADULTS

Developing Your Personal Testimony

9:00AM // Room 219

Jan. 22-Mar. 12: The best tool we have in sharing the Gospel is our own story of faith. Most Christians have never developed a 4-5 minute concise story of how Christ has changed their life. This workshop type setting will guide you through the steps to create your story of faith in a way that clearly presents the Gospel to others. We will assist each other in formulating your story so you will have this tool the rest of your life.

Facilitator: Dr Bob Ingram, Discipleship Pastor

Central Singles

9:00am Single Focus

9:00am // Room 216

For single adults age 40+ (and a few marrieds). We watch a video series from RightNow Media on a book of the Bible and have a lively, meaningful discussion as we share life application truths.

Jan. 8-Feb. 12: Unfiltered Jesus – In this series, we’ll look at Jesus’s unfiltered character and unwavering commitment to follow the will of the Father. Filmed on location in Israel, we’ll experience Jesus’ life of dependence, faith, denial, love, obedience, and pursuit of people. The end goal is that we too may reflect the life of Jesus unfiltered.

Feb. 19-Mar 26: The Power of the Holy Spirit’s Names – In this six-session series, Dr. Tony Evans leads us on an in-depth exploration of the Spirit’s characteristics, duties, and mission among humankind. Take a closer look at some of the titles of the Spirit and appreciate how he influences and inspires our faith in Christ.

Facilitator: Kim Sherrod

Registration is not required. Email Pastor Cheri Clark at cheri.clark@centralcommunity.church for information.

Central Students

Youth Group

9:00Am // Starts in Room 204

Central Student Ministries works with young people 6th grade through seniors in high school to help them know Christ and make Him known through relational discipleship, inspiring growth opportunities, and barrier-breaking fun. Each week we meet for a time of games, worship, and a relevant lesson. Invite your friends!

ADULTS

A Place for You

10:30Am // Room 215

A larger fellowship of adults who seek to know God better and the current relevance of the Bible’s message. This class always includes laughter, snacks, and intriguing insights. Come and make some new friends.

Facilitators: Bruce Pearson and Scott Kardatzke

ADULTS

Class 8:37

10:30am // Room 212

A multi-generational adult Bible fellowship where we discuss, learn, and grow together. Our goal is to study the entirety of Scripture over time. We take our name from Romans 8:37, where Paul tells us we are more than conquerors through Christ who loved us. 

Facilitator: Wayne Huxman

Central Seniors

Motivators

10:30am // K-Chapel (Room 118)

Friendly fellowship, hymn singing, prayer support, and Bible teaching for our senior community.

Facilitator: Pastor John Carney

ADULTS

Seekers

10:30am // Room 219

A friendly family-type gathering for fellowship, sharing, and Bible-centered teaching

Facilitator: Karen Nachtigal

ADULTS

Discovering Your Gifts – Spiritual Gifts Workshop

10:45AM // Room 217

Jan. 22-Feb. 12: God has gifted you with supernatural abilities for serving Him. Not only will you get insight into your giftedness, we’ll explore opportunities for applying your gifts in practical ways through the ministries of Central. Are you wondering where God wants you to serve? Are you serving in the right place? Join others and discover God’s good plans for you. This may even influence your vocational career. 

Facilitator: Tom Howland, 30 years in pastoral ministry, law enforcement chaplain, teacher and Response team member here at CCC.

Central Singles

10:45am Single Focus

10:45am // Room 216

For single adults age 40+ (and a few marrieds). We watch a video series from RightNow Media on a book of the Bible and have a lively, meaningful discussion as we share life application truths.

Jan. 8-Feb. 12: Unfiltered Jesus – In this series, we’ll look at Jesus’s unfiltered character and unwavering commitment to follow the will of the Father. Filmed on location in Israel, we’ll experience Jesus’ life of dependence, faith, denial, love, obedience, and pursuit of people. The end goal is that we too may reflect the life of Jesus unfiltered.

Feb. 19-Mar 26: The Power of the Holy Spirit’s Names – In this six-session series, Dr. Tony Evans leads us on an in-depth exploration of the Spirit’s characteristics, duties, and mission among humankind. Take a closer look at some of the titles of the Spirit and appreciate how he influences and inspires our faith in Christ.

Facilitator: Sandy Hager

Registration is not required. Email Pastor Cheri Clark at cheri.clark@centralcommunity.church for information.

Tuesdays

Central Women

Women’s Study

10:00am // K-Chapel (Room 118)

6 Sessions, Jan. 17-Mar. 14: Mysteries of the Messiah, Rabbi Jason Sobel – God’s Word, written by many people over thousands of years, is not a random selection of people and stories, but they have intricate connections. Rabbi Jason connects the dots for readers,
helping them see with clarity what God intended.

Facilitator: Donna Schrag

Study books need to be purchased individually.

Central men

Young Men’s Bible Study

6:30pm // Room 205

8 Sessions, Jan. 17-Mar. 7: Men, 20-45, are invited to one of two small group studies. Each study is led by two different men’s teams in our ministry. Each study will use a simple tool that you will work through each week. Each study will lead you into a time of growth that will impact every part of your life. Email Dr. Bob Ingram for more information.

Wednesdays

Central Women

Women’s Study

9:30am // Zoom

Jan. 18-Feb. 22: 100 Days to Brave by Anne F. Downs – Devotions for unlocking your most courageous self.

Facilitator: Rebecca Aitken

Study books need to be purchased individually.

DINNER AT CAFE CENTRAL

5:00-6:15PM // Atrium // $5 per person

Enjoy a warm meal and fellowship with others before heading to your Wednesday evening activities.

Menu:

  • Feb. 8: Meatloaf, Potatoes, Veggies, Dessert
  • Feb. 15: Cordon Bleu, Veggies, Salad, Dessert
  • Feb. 22: Hamburger Stew, Cornbread, Dessert

Choir Rehearsal

6:15PM // Sanctuary

All are invited to the Wednesday evening choir rehearsals for our 9:00am Classic Service on Sunday mornings

Adults

Developing Your Personal Testimony

6:30Pm // Room 220

Jan. 18-Mar. 8: The best tool we have in sharing the Gospel is our own story of faith. Most Christians have never developed a 4-5 minute concise story of how Christ has changed their life. This workshop type setting will guide you through the steps to create your story of faith in a way that clearly presents the Gospel to others. We will assist each other in formulating your story so you will have this tool the rest of your life.

Facilitator: Dr. Bob Ingram, Discipleship Pastor

Central men

Men’s Ministry Study

6:30PM // Room 215

Jan.18-Mar. 15: The Gospel of John Part 2 by Tony Evans – Dr. Tony Evans returns for the eagerly anticipated The Gospel of John: Part 2. The second half of John shows us the love of the Father displayed in His Son. In this nine-session series, you will study Jesus’s last days, crucifixion, and resurrection. Through John’s Gospel, Dr. Evans will show us the heart of God, the one who is ready to offer us hope and restoration in eternal life with him.  Study guide provided.

Facilitators: Leadership team

Registration is not required. For more information, email Rod Opliger at rod.opliger@centralcommunity.church .

Central men

Young Men’s Bible Study

6:30pm // K-Chapel (Room 118)

8 Sessions, Jan. 18-Mar. 8: Men, 20-45, are invited to one of two small group studies. Each study is led by two different men’s teams in our ministry. Each study will use a simple tool that you will work through each week. Each study will lead you into a time of growth that will impact every part of your life. Email Dr. Bob Ingram for more information.

Central Women

Women’s Ministry Study

6:30PM // Room 219

Jan. 18-Mar. 1: The Gospel on the Ground by Kristi McLelland – Come along with biblical culturalist Kristi McLelland in this 7-session study as she unpacks the life of the early church in the book of Acts and shows us that the kingdom of God is always on the move, always looking outward to bring meaning and joy to a world searching for true fulfillment and hope.

Facilitators: Cheryl Hull and Danielle Kemper

Study books need to be purchased individually.

Students

Central Student Ministries

7:00pm // Room 204 // Ongoing

Central Student Ministries works with young people 6th grade through seniors in high school to help them know Christ and make Him known through relational discipleship, inspiring growth opportunities, and barrier-breaking fun. Each week we meet for a time of games, worship, and a relevant lesson. Invite your friends!

Thursdays

Central Women

Women’s Study

9:30am // K-Chapel (Room 118)

Jan. 19-Mar. 2: The Gospel on the Ground, Kristi McLelland – Come along with biblical culturalist Kristi McLelland in this 7-session study as she unpacks the life of the early church in the book of Acts and shows us that the kingdom of God is always on the move, always looking outward to bring meaning and joy to a world searching for true fulfillment and hope.

Facilitators: Linda Dickson and Cindy Kardatzke

Study books need to be purchased individually.

Fridays

Central Singles

Single Focus

7:00pm // Room 216

For single adults age 40+ (and a few marrieds). We watch a video series from RightNow Media on an applicable topic and then have a meaningful and lively discussion on the Biblical truths represented.

Jan. 6-Mar. 24: How Should We Then Live? – Wondering what the past teaches us about the present? Francis Schaeffer’s sweeping series on the rise and decline of Western thought and culture surveys history—from the Roman Empire through the 20th century—and offers biblical answers to modern problems

Facilitator: Pastor Cheri Clark

Registration is not required. Email Pastor Cheri Clark at cheri.clark@centralcommunity.church for information.