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Rev. Janet Maykus, Senior Interim Minister

Rev. Janet Maykus, Senior Interim Minister

1 Corinthians 10:17 Because there is one bread, we who are many are one body, for we all partake of the one bread. Since 1940, Christian Churches the world over mark the first Sunday of October as World Communion Sunday. It is a day that we stop, raise our eyes above the planes of our own...

Bound By Faith

Bound By Faith

As we inch into the seventh month mark of the pandemic shutdown, I have been pondering how I might illustrate this time to someone in thirty or forty years. I read an article recently by Dr. Aisha Ahmad in which she shared how the sixth month mark in any sustained crisis is always difficult. Well,...

A Message From The Music Minister

A Message From The Music Minister

Hello Central Christian Church! I’m excited to share some upcoming plans for the Advent season. Although our worship this Advent and Christmas season will look different than in the past, we are going to have a few new and exciting events that I am personally looking forward to, and hoping that...

Rev. Janet Maykus, Senior Interim Minister

Rev. Janet Maykus, Senior Interim Minister

It’s now July.  We are entering our fourth month of worshipping at a distance, making pastoral visits by phone, worrying about the wellbeing of our members, families, and friends, and there is not a clear end in sight.  In fact, the infection rate in our state is growing geometrically.  This means...

Bound By Faith

A Message From Our Executive Pastor

As I sit down to write this month’s article, I am at a loss. My mind is all over the place. Maybe I should write about this. Or maybe I should write about this other thing. Maybe I should write nothing at all because it all seems so inconsequential compared to all that is happening around the...

A Message From The Music Minister

A Message From The Music Minister

I’d like to talk about something I’ve been seeing among people I know, and how it relates to Covid-19. I’ve noticed a high level of denial in people…not denial that the pandemic exists, or that it is a serious threat…but denial that anything bad could happen to them. Maybe this has been the fear...

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