Sundays

ADULTS

Discipleship Matters

9:00am // Room 220

Sept. 18-Nov. 6: The church can become obsessed with getting people to make decisions for Christ; the apostles were obsessed with making disciples. This class will inform and provide basic training to prepare Christ-followers for the simple mission of Jesus. Discipleship Matters will also be offered every Wednesday night beginning September 14, 6:30pm, in Room 220.

Facilitator: Dr. Bob Ingram

Adults

Marriage – God’s Design for Intimacy

9:00am // Room 217

Sept. 11-Nov. 13: This is a 10-week class for married couples in their 20s to 40s. Come learn what God’s design for marriage is and how you can live that out!

Facilitators: Bryce & Lexi Krehbiel

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.

Sept. 18-Dec. 4: Culture Shock by Chip Ingram – Culture Shock brings meaningful, God-honoring conversation to hot topics in the world today that we as Christians struggle to talk about, and even think about. We live in a culture where issues like sex, homosexuality, abortion, the environment, and the church and politics are front and center, and we have an unprecedented opportunity to share with others how God wants us to address these topics. More than ever before, believers must develop convictions based on research, reason, and biblical truth. But it doesn’t stop there. It’s equally important that you’re able and willing to communicate these convictions with a love and respect that reflects God’s love.

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

10:45Am // 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

Starting Point 101

10:45am // Room 220

Sept. 11-Oct. 30: An eight-week topical study covering basic beliefs of the Christian faith. This class is a great place for you if you’re new in your Christian faith, new to Central Community Church, or want to continue in your walk through the fundamental truths of Scripture.

Facilitator: Tom Howland

ADULTS

Class 8:37

10:45am // Room 212

Sept. 11-Ongoing: 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

10:45am // K-Chapel (Room 118)

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

Facilitator: Pastor John Carney

ADULTS

Seekers

10:45am // Room 219

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

Facilitator: Karen Nachtigal

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.

Sept. 25-Nov. 27: Psalm 119 – Even the most mature believers face dark nights of the soul. During those times, God seems distant, his Word feels dry, and the vibrant intimacy we knew before seems absent, leaving us wondering, “Where is the Lord in this?” In Psalm 119, Matt Chandler aims to introduce viewers to the words of King David, who experienced similar seasons of life. Serving as the anchor for the study, Psalm 119 demonstrates the power of God’s Word in the lives of believers and its ability to provide a warm blanket for the soul.

Facilitator: Sandy Hager

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

Tuesdays

Central Women

Women’s Study

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

Sept. 13-Oct. 18: Prayer by Phillip Yancey – What is prayer? How does it work? And more importantly, does it work? In theory, prayer is the essential human act, a priceless point of contact between us and the God of the universe. In practice, prayer is often frustrating, confusing, and fraught with mystery. Prayer: Does It Make Any Difference? is an exploration of the mysterious intersection where God and humans meet and relate. Yancey explores such questions as:

  • Is God listening?
  • Why should God care about me?
  • If God knows everything, what’s the point of prayer?
  • Why do answers to prayer seem so inconsistent and capricious?
  • Why does God seem sometimes close and sometimes far away?

Facilitator: Donna Schrag

Wednesdays

Central Women

Women’s Study

9:30am // Zoom

Sept. 21-Oct. 26: Don’t Give the Enemy a Seat at Your Table by Louie Giglio – It’s time to win the battle of your mind. Based on Psalm 23.

Facilitator: Rebecca Aitken

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:

  • Oct. 5: Baked Chicken, Dressing, Veggies, Dessert
  • Oct. 12: Smothered Burritos, Spanish Rice, Chips/Salsa, Dessert
  • Oct. 19: Sloppy Joes, Tater Tots, Dessert
  • Oct.  26: Carolina BBQ, Coleslaw, Dessert

Choir Rehearsal

6:15PM // Sanctuary

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

Discipleship Matters

6:30PM // Room 220

Sept. 14-Nov. 2: The church can become obsessed with getting people to make decisions for Christ; the apostles were obsessed with making disciples. This class will inform and provide basic training to prepare Christ-followers for the simple mission of Jesus.

Facilitator: Dr. Bob Ingram

Men’s Ministry Study

6:30PM // Room 216

Sept. 14-May 24: Depending on Jesus – A study focusing on instances of biblical people learning that they could rely on Christ to see them through. They had the same obstacles we have: hostility, loneliness, failure, and other seemingly impossible difficulties. A study guide is available.

Facilitators: Lead team

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

Women’s Ministry Study

6:30pm // Room 212

Sept. 14-Nov. 10: In View of God’s Mercies – Romans is a passionate letter written by Paul, a man completely captured by the beauty, mercy, and majesty of God and His glorious salvation. Paul wanted his readers, then and now, to know how amazing and all-encompassing this salvation actually is—that it’s powerful, planned, eternal, free, and leads to a transformed life.

Discover that salvation doesn’t just change your eternal future; it changes your present reality. Because of God’s salvation, hope, peace, life, faith, trust, and endurance are yours.

Facilitators: Cheryl Hull and Danielle Kemper

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 // Room 215

Sept. 15-Nov. 10: In View of God’s Mercies – Romans is a passionate letter written by Paul, a man completely captured by the beauty, mercy, and majesty of God and His glorious salvation. Paul wanted his readers, then and now, to know how amazing and all-encompassing this salvation actually is—that it’s powerful, planned, eternal, free, and leads to a transformed life.

Discover that salvation doesn’t just change your eternal future; it changes your present reality. Because of God’s salvation, hope, peace, life, faith, trust, and endurance are yours.

Facilitators: Cindy Kardatzke and Linda Dickson

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.

Oct. 7-Nov. 18: Fighting Your Battles – In life’s difficult moments, we find peace when we remember that the God we serve fights our battles alongside us. Even when we feel like we can’t carry on, we can take heart knowing that in times of turmoil, God equips us to grow in our faith and draw closer to him. In this six-session series with author, speaker, and former NFL chaplain Jonathan Evans, you will discover how you can face every hardship with strength and hope. You can be confident that God will always use your trials for his glory because he is fighting your battles.

Facilitator: Pastor Cheri Clark

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