We, the congregation of Centre Street Congregational Church, United Church of Christ, declare ourselves to be open and affirming of all people.
The members of Centre Street Congregational church, United Church of Christ, declare ourselves to be open and affirming of all people. With God's grace, we seek to be a congregation that embraces differences of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, mental and physical abilities, as well as racial, ethnic, or socio-economic status. We welcome all to share in the life and leadership, ministry, fellowship, worship, sacraments, responsibilities, and blessings of participation in our faith community.
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Women at the Well starts 2 weeks from today! If you haven't registered yet, now is the time (we'd like to prepare for your arrival!). Enjoy one of the most beautiful spots in New England; get fed and don't do dishes; spend time with remarkable people, play and rest.
To be sanctified is to become closer to that which is Holy - to move toward Union with the source of our being. Christianity calls that source God. It has to do with making ourselves available to Grace. Wanna hear more? Come hang out with us this Sunday morning, 10 a.m.
Bring a dish to share, your own place setting and a container for left overs! See you at 5🤗
Why do you go to church?
If you're a church goer, why do YOU go to church? Gallup published results of a survey that asked respondents why they go to church (or some other place of worship), and these results may surprise you--> http://ow.ly/EgmV30aZPTx
What do you think Centre Streeters?
Come join us for our joyful 10 a.m. Easter Service tomorrow morning! We'll have great music, a message for children and a sermon on what it might mean to be Easter People. Oh! Happy Day! All are welcome!
Album: Gospel Roots EMI Latin 2005
Holy Week and Easter Services – Come Worship With Us!
April 13, Maundy Thursday, 5:30 – Potluck Dinner and Tenebrae (Latin for shadows or darkness) Service, in the vestry. This can be a powerful and dramatic service and we hope you will join us.
April 14, Good Friday – We will have two reflection periods: 1pm until 2pm and then 6 until 7 on the Stations of the Cross. Here you will enter the sanctuary and walk around to different stations of the cross. You will have a chance to reflect on what each one means to you and where you locate the same theme here in our community.
April 15, Holy Saturday, Pastor Maxwell encourages us to take a media break. Let us be more still, quiet and present to our life. No cell, no email, no Facebook, no nothing! Nothing but being fully present to life unplugged (that way, we can hear God).
April 16th, Easter Sunday, 6:30am, join us at the public boat launch site by Helen's. We will have a brief service as Easter morning rises (bundle up). Those who wish may then gather in the vestry for a potluck breakfast. Then at 10am, we will hold our full and joyful Easter worship service.
As we enter Holy Week, please join me in holding our brothers and sisters in Egypt in prayer during this devastating time in their lives. Pastor Susie
nytimes.com Two suicide bombings at churches in Egypt on Palm Sunday called into question President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s image as a bulwark against Islamic extremists.
obituaries.bangordailynews.com Life Story and Obituary for Walter Getchell - 1935-11-06 - 2017-04-02. Walter Getchell of Marshfield, Maine, died...
It is with painful and heavy hearts that the Centre Street Church family acknowledge the passing of our dear friend Walter Getchelll. As we all move through these initial days of grief and lostness, please, please, please, keep Walter's family in your heart and prayers. Our loss is enormous, but theirs is immeasurable.
God be with us,
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St. Peter the Fisherman has 3 locations: Sacred Heart, Lubec; Holy Name, Machias; St. Michael, Cherryfield; (St Timothy Parish, Campobello, NB also served)