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Ways to attend a service

What should I wear?

Central is a laid-back, family focused church. There are people from all walks of life in every service so you will see shorts, suits, dresses, and t-shirts. Wear whatever you are comfortable with while gathering with other people.

Where do I park?

You will find first time guest parking reserved just for you outside Door 1 on North St. Everyone is welcome to park in the south and west parking lots and enter Doors 1, 2,or 3. Our Guest Services Team will be waiting with a smile to point you in the right direction from there.

How do I check my Children in?

How does Central view Communion?

We remember the sacrifice of Jesus each week through “open” communion, meaning you don’t have to be a member to participate. Everyone in attendance is welcome to remember the greatest act of love in history by eating the cracker representing Jesus’ body, and drinking the juice that reminds us of His blood.

How can I volunteer?

There is a place for everyone to get involved at Central! You can make a difference

Can I request prayer?

Yes, please do! We believe in the power of prayer and our staff prays for requests each week.

Can I get baptized at Central?

Absolutely! We believe baptism by immersion is an important decision for every believer as we follow the example of Jesus. Contact our Connections Director Shayln Koch.

Is Central affiliated with a denomination?

No. Central is a non-denominational independent Christian Church.

Is my giving tax deductible?

Yes. Central is a 501C3 nonprofit organization. All gifts to Central are tax deductible.

Can I intern at Central?

Central has a Residency Program for college age students and accepts traditional interns at times. To learn more about the Central Residency Program and information about an internship, contact Trevor Ile

Does Central support overseas missions?

Yes, in a BIG way!
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