Laughter filled the hall Saturday night as the Rugged Hands hosted a chile cook-off and games night. Everyone has their own way of preparing chile and there was something there for just about every palate. Cards and board games, jokes and laughter. A good time was had by all.
The Way of the Cross – A Lenten Journey 2015
You are invited to enjoy a time of peace and prayer in Central's historic sanctuary, Tuesday evenings during Lent. The stations of the cross are highlighted through works of art including some original… [more]
Hike for Lisaard House
Please join this year's Hike for Lisaard House - May 23rd.… [more]
Our Annual Report is ready and is available online. Just a quick reminder that our Annual Meeting is Sunday February 22. Please plan to stay as we review what we accomplished in 2014 and decide on directions… [more]
Volunteering at Central is a wonderful experience. You will meet new people, make new friends, learn new skills, and find new and exciting opportunities to serve God and build a better world.… [more]
WinGS got to work this afternoon preparing lunch for tomorrow. Bon Appetit.
RCMP Officer Judith Falbo spoke to the Women in God’s Service meeting on February 12. Judith presented on the history and range of efforts that the RCMP is doing on behalf of all Canadians.
The Missions & Outreach Committee would like to thank everyone who attended our Pancake Tuesday dinner. More than 100 people enjoyed a great meal and a wonderful time of fellowship. More than $500 was raised to support the Lesotho Education Fund. Through this fund, we are currently supporting six orphaned and vulnerable children in […]
Our Annual Report is ready and is available online. Just a quick reminder that our Annual Meeting is Sunday February 22. Please plan to stay as we review what we accomplished in 2014 and decide on directions and our budget for 2015. This meeting is open to everyone who attends Central Church — everyone has a voice […]
The world of the homeless may seem very far from many of us, but in fact, it is a reality for many in our own community. Today, in Cambridge, at any given time, there are between 1000 and 1200 homeless men, women and children. Some of them live precariously in and out of housing. Over […]