With a church on every corner and every social media site, finding the right one for you and your family can feel overwhelming.
There are a lot of reasons why folks haven’t found a church to call home.
With so many choices its easy to keep looking for the “perfect” one.
Past church experiences haven’t been good.
You don’t know what to look for in a church.
The sermons are more self-help fluff than biblical truth.
Walking into a new church feels intimidating.
Everything we do is centered around the Bible. Find out how you can get involved in a community centered on God’s Word.
The aim of the Christian life is worship. In our gatherings on Sunday mornings, we exalt our Savior through praise, prayer, and the proclamation of God’s Word.
Through fun activities and biblical teaching, children are taught to resist the lies of the world, cherish the gospel, and to grab hold of salvation found in Jesus Christ alone.
Ministries at Central Church exist to equip you for the work of the ministry. When everyone uses their gifts and talents for the good of the church, the church flourishes.
Adult Classes and Groups
Adult classes and groups are necessary for Spiritual growth. Through biblical teaching and close relationships with other believers, we deepen our love for God.
Yet, it’s only when we are part of a Bible preaching, relationship-building church that we experience God’s greatest joy.
We want you to have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ and a community of caring people.
To make that happen, we have built Central on eight essentials that serve as the heartbeat of the church. Here’s more from our lead teaching pastor, Matt Shackelford.
- The Bible
- The Gospel
- A High View of God
- The Great Commission
- Biblical Leadership
How to get connected at Central
Plan your visit
Click the Plan your Visit button to let us know you’re coming and we’ll meet you at the front door.
You don’t have to wear a suit or the right clothes to fit in.
There are opportunities to give, but we won’t beg you for money.
We make mistakes. So if you’re looking for “perfect,” this isn’t it.
You don’t have to know the “right” thing to say or do to fit in here.