Bible Study Fellowship Groups

Men's Bible Study

Tuesday mornings at 6:45 am in Fellowship Hall

"What Paul Meant"

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.

Study: "Women of the Old Testament" by Gladys Hunt

Contact Anne Kelly 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


Presbyterian Women's Association (PWA)

  • Deborah Circle - Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at
    7 pm in host homes - Contact: Anne Kelly
  • Priscilla Circle - Meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 9:15 am in host homes - Contact:  Stevie Hoffman

We tend not to be big on rules. Life can certainly require them—think driving a car or baking a cake. In general, though, there’s something about the very idea rule that makes us uncomfortable…rigidity…obedience…punishment…being told what to do. Even when they could be useful, as in a world where our lives tend to run us and it’s easy to lose balance. A world where there are things we want to make time for but, somehow, can’t…like making time to be with God and more nearly becoming the Jesus follower we’d like to be. But help is on the way. We can learn from what Jesus followers for centuries have known: discerning a spiritual structure—dare I say, rules—for our lives can help.


Each of us discerning a spiritual structure that works in our own life is what this class is about. This will be conversation, not lecture, as together we read Margaret Guenther’s At Home in the World. Each week we’ll share what we’re discovering about our relationships with God and becoming more faithful followers of Jesus, with the possibility, in the process, that we’ll find more peace and balance in our lives.


After worship in the Choir Room, Sundays, March 24-May 19, excluding Easter (April 21).


Copies of the book can be ordered from Church Publishing, Inc.  and from Amazon

Music

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!