Bible Study Fellowship Groups

Men's Bible Study

Wednesday mornings at 6:45 am in Fellowship Hall

The study will be on Walter Brueggmann's book

The Bible Makes Sense.

Contact: John Shetter

Friday Morning Women's Bible Study

9:30-11:30 am in Fellowship Hall (September-May)

All women are invited - childcare is available upon request.

The study beginning September 22 will be

"Growing Older & Wiser" by Dale & Sandy Larsen. 

You can't change the fact that you are getting older.  And, indeed, you may not want to!  Age brings many gifts and opportunities for continued growth.  In nine study sessions, Dale and Sandy Larsen help you discover the Bible's perspective on aging.  You'll discover how God can effectively and powerfully use those who have grown wiser with the passing years.

Contact Susan Taylor or call the church office at

303-776-6833 for more information.

Women's Bible Study

Third Friday of the month at 9:30 am in the Office Conference Room.  Contact:  Judy Cavcey

PGA (Praise God Anyway) Club

Tuesdays at 1:30 pm in Fellowship Hall.

Everyone is Welcome!

Study: The Top Ten List for Christians (Priorities for Faithful Living)

by James W. Moore

Contact:  Beth Kiteley

Presbyterian Women's Association (PWA)

  • Deborah Circle - Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7 pm in host homes -Contact: Anne Kelly
  • Lois Circle - Meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 1:30 pm in Fellowship Hall -Contact:  Ellen Kerbs
  • Priscilla Circle - Meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 9:15 am in host homes - Contact:  Stevie Hoffman or Sally Seth


Have an idea for a study or a faith experience for adults?  Contact Holly Cable, Director of Discipleship & Missional Living

SUNDAYS @ 10:45 AM

Overflow Room

This is not a class that will push guilt, but rather encourage an understanding of what racism really is, how it exists today, and our role in it. We will study three different books. The first book is Waking up White by Debby Irving, our second book is Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson, and our third book is The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander. If you would like to order one, or all three books, please email Holly with the books you are interested in ordering. Reading the books is not required for the class, but is strongly recommended. Contact Tom Hoffman for more information.

  • November 19 – Reyes Ramos will share his personal story of being a minority in America. 
  • November /26 – Reyes Ramos, a sociologist by training, will share the impact social science has had on people’s judgments that lead to barriers in relationships. This class will meet in the choir room and can join the decorators for lunch in Fellowship Hall.


Music is a gift from God, and as we know gifts come in all shapes and sizes. At Central you are invited and encouraged to offer your musical gifts. All that’s required is a love of music and a willingness to serve the Lord with your gifts. For more information on any of our music programs please contact our Director of Music, Lee Smoot

Our Chancel Choir is a wonderful and committed group of singers who help to lead worship each week. This choir is open to adults of any age; high school students are also welcome. We meet on Wednesdays from 7:00 - 8:30 in the choir room from September through May. This is a non-auditioned choir and all are welcome!