Sunday, June 16, 2019
8:40 a.m. Early Service
10:00 a.m. Sunday School
11:00 a.m. Traditional Worship
Dr. Matthew D. Bates will preach a sermon entitled
"Does God Still Speak
," and is based on the scripture reading from
Welcome Brunch for Rev. Drew Willson
We invite you to join us for a brunch on Sunday, July 14, at 9:45 a.m. as we welcome Rev. Drew Willson as our Minister to Young Adults. That Sunday will be Drew's first Sunday to preach in both of our services. We look forward to getting acquainted with Drew, his wife Shea Tuttle, and their two children.
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Rev. Drew Willson will be playing at The Tin Pan on
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
. The doors open at
. and the show begins at
Advance tickets (bought online) are $12.00 and tickets bought at the door are $15.00.
December Centenary Travels Trip to Selma, NC:
Live Musical Christmas Jubilee at the Rudy Theater in
Selma, North Carolina on
Thursday, December 12, 2019.
Take a nostalgic trip back to an innocent age when anticipation of Santa's visit made the holidays magical. Enjoy gospel favorites and the contemporary beat of hits like "Christmas in Dixie." A
rrive at the theater by 12:30 p.m. for Matinee that starts at 12:45 p.m.
The cost of the trip is $112.00 per person and payment is due by July 15, 2019.
This is an all-inclusive trip with motor coach transportation; snacks on the bus, door prizes, Chick-fil-A box lunches, theater admission, dinner at Fred Chason's Grandsons' Restaurant, (all-you-can eat buffet) and all gratuities.
There is a minimum number of participants of 40 for the trip to make
. It is on a first-come-first reserved basis. Make your decision quickly to ensure your space.
Sunday School Summer Study:
Join us, Sundays this summer, for a study in the fellowship hall open to all Centenary adults in which we will be studying the book
The Old Testament-Course Guidebook
written by Professor Amy-Jill Levine.
See description below:
The Old Testament - written in ancient Israel by many different authors over the course of a thousand years - has had more meaning to more people than any other book the world has known. Its influence, whether you consider it scripture or literature, is evident everywhere in our culture, from medieval mystery plays to modern novels, art, music, theater, film, and dance. What can this work teach us about those who wrote it? About the people we once were? And can new academic understanding also speak to faith? As Professor Levine observes: "The Old Testament is endlessly fascinating because it offers everything to explore: myth, saga, and history; tragedy, comedy, and farce; economics and politics; literature and poetry of surpassing beauty; court intrigue and prophetic morality; heavenly miracles and sometimes heavenly silence; questions of theodicy; answers that satisfy and answers that may not; destruction and rebuilding; despair and hope."
In a series of 24 lively lectures, she takes you down all of these avenues, exploring selected passages from the texts known as the Old Testament, the Hebrew Bible, and the Tanakh, revealing how fresh research and findings from scholars of archaeology, cross-cultural studies, and comparative religion can deepen your understanding.
And though the focus of her lectures is on historical and literary issues, Professor Levine does not shy away from issues of religious concern, maintaining that the goal of an academic course is not to undermine religious faith, but to use that academic knowledge as a new source of insight into the writings that form a believer's spiritual bedrock.
We are currently working on a newly formatted birthday list. Our birthday list gives individuals' first and last names, their birthday month and day, excluding the year. It is used in-house to mail our monthly Centenary birthday postcards as well as to be given to members who like to mail birthday cards to other members. If you have joined Centenary in the last 5 years and would like to be included in our birthday list, please email or call the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org/804-648-8319. All information is due by Sunday, June 30, 2019.
Picture Directory Insert:
We are working on an insert for the picture directory for individuals who would like to have changes made to their contact information. If you would like us to make any changes to your information, please call or email the church office at email@example.com/804-648-8319.
All information is due by Sunday, June 30, 2019.
Maggie King and her husband Glen. Glen had knee replacement surgery
Walt Prestwood- uncle of Suzanne Ray
Riley Davin- niece of Vic and Nancy
Rev. Tim Gerde in the recent loss of his uncle Bob in Minnesota
Bob & Leah Hundley
Shannon Conway requests prayer for Charles Sherman, Peter Oxborrow, Leon Beale and Family
Nancy Penman- Wendy Smith's mother who has had a stroke and lives in New Jersey
Les Dobbs- at Manor Care on Hilliard Road
Gary Motley-recently diagnosed with cancer
A.J. & Phil Crick- at Morningside at Bellgrade
Justin Laman- nephew of Lucy Hottle, a young father who has cancer
Charles Mills- brother of Jimmy Mills, home recovering from heart surgery
Jenny Bush- friend of Leah Hundley, is diagnosed with stage 4 melanoma
Lucille Hunt- at Morningside at Bellgrade
Wendy Tisdale- family friend of Agatha and Christina Kidd, diagnosed with staged 4 lung cancer
Rev. Doug Wilson
Florence Clay Bishop
Photos of the Week!
This past Friday, we had the pleasure of meeting RJ and Julio, with Intercept Health Youth! They came to help with our Friday Lunch Program and we had a wonderful time of fellowship.
A big thank you to our youth who helped pack 48 school kits which will go to conference and then be shipped to third world countries.
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