Worship at Centenary is central to community building, as we seek to rediscover the mysteries of faith.
Our worship is a reflection of our commitment to...
Social Justice, and
Care of Creation.
Worship involves all of our senses. Music and the spoken word are woven in a seamless experience of encountering God. Sermons, aka The Spoken Word Unfolding, are usually presented in three parts, connected by litanies and music carefully chosen to reinforce the message for the day. Holy Communion - The Bread of Life and the Cup of Blessing-is generally celebrated on the first Sunday of the month. The schedule may vary depending on the liturgical calendar.
Ours is an open table at which all are welcome.
We draw upon the wealth of many traditions, styles and perspectives in our effort to express the boundless identity of the Divine. Worship for us becomes a state of mind, the catalyst for action within and beyond our walls.
Our 2017 Interfaith Pray Boldly Event