Harvest Dinner coming

The annual Harvest Dinner has been scheduled for Sunday, November 24 at Noon. Suggested donation is $10.00 per adult; $6 for children 6-12 years and under 5 free. Please R.S.V.P. by phone 217-245-8417 or by email: office@jaxcentenary.org or in person to Jane Masters at early service or Tom Jordan at...

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Register now for Book Club

The next Women’s Book Club gathering will be Wednesday, November 20 at 6:30. They will be meeting in the Church Parlor. They will be discussing the book, “Same Kind of Different as Me” by Ron Hall & Denver Moore with Lynn Vincent.

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Monday Night Bible Study

The Monday Night Bible Study will resume on September 9 at 6:30 pm in the parlor.  The group will be using the text, The Wesleyan Way:  A Faith That Matters, by  Scott J Jones, who is the resident bishop of the Great Plains area of the United Methodist Church.  He...

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NEW OFFICE HOURS

Starting June 17th we will have new office hours. We will be open from 9 am – Noon and 1 pm – 3 pm Monday through Thursday only. We will no longer be open on Friday’s.   If you need assistance beyond these regular office hours you may email the...

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Coffee & Chaos

Bring your little ones (10 and under) to play in the Nursery with Kayleigh and Chloe while we have coffee and chit-chat in the Parlor! No RSVP required .. just show up! All ladies are welcome to join in the Parlor, even if you don’t have children to bring to...

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Prayer Partners

We will be starting our Prayer Partner program again. Look in this weeks bulletin for an insert to fill out and drop it in the dropbox in the Narthex. Diana Phillips will have information regarding this program and how it works starting this Sunday, April 18th.    

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Centenary Community Rock Garden

The Kindness Rocks project was started to spread a little joy in the world by leaving a small piece of art for someone else to find and brighten their day.   We have started to help this movement by starting our own little rock garden here at Centenary. The landscaping...

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