The Advent season officially begins on the fourth Sunday before Christmas and continues until Christmas Eve or Day. There are a variety of ways to celebrate the Advent Season, depending on tradition and background. We have adapted an Advent guide to help you and your family move through this season as one example of a way to observe this season as a family. You can view and download that guide here: 2016 Advent Guide.
Spring Retreat - SAVE THE DATES!! (More Details to follow.) St. Francis Springs Retreat Center Weekend of May of May 4-5
We find great value in gathering together as men. In an ever increase disconnected culture, we value connecting as men, whether it be for fun or deep discussion around personal issues and Scripture. In light of this, we offer occasional social times, bible studies, retreat, and seminars. Check out our calendar for upcoming Men's Ministry gatherings.
Contact Daniel Mason: firstname.lastname@example.org
At Christ Central we see the teenage years as a critical time for laying a firm foundation of knowledge of and love for Christ. Because of this we take very seriously the formation of our middle and high school students. If you have a child in this age range and would like to know more about the youth ministry at Christ Central, please don't hesitate to email Timothy Price at email@example.com.
Christ Central Church recognizes that we are uniquely positioned in the Triangle area that is in close proximity to many universities – if you are a college student, we want you to know you are welcome at Christ Central! Questions on getting involved? Info@ChristCentralDurham.com
Our College Ministry Partners:
DUKE RUF | UNC RUF | NCCU RUF | DUKE CRU
The Care ministry exists to identify needs, connect resources, and actively serve the body at Christ Central whenever individuals face seasons that beckon the care of others. We are available to coordinate care for an existing or upcoming need, to come alongside City Groups that are providing care and need support, and to connect those desiring to provide care to those in need.
Circumstance that can require care may include: Birth; Upcoming Surgery; Death in the family; Sudden Illness; Ongoing Illness; Adoption; Foster care; Moves; Other significant events
Types of care that might be needed: Meals; Childcare; Yard Work; Moving help; House Work/ Maid Service; Transportation; Running Errands/ Picking up groceries; Dog walking/ Pet care; Time for anything that’s needed