When you visit

If you’ve never been to Central, try us out this Sunday. Your best place to start is to come in the Sanctuary for a morning worship service. Our services are dynamic but reverent and include praise and worship, along with relevant, Bible-based preaching and teaching. Each service includes an opportunity to connect with the people sitting nearest you. While fellowship and community are vital to our existence, we are not a social club or just another organization. We are a congregation of broken, flawed people who come together to make a big deal about Jesus and have our hearts stirred and our thoughts challenged.

While we encourage people to present their best for God, there is no dress code here. We give people the freedom to let God work in their lives as He sees fit. We are not here to condemn you, but we’re here to encourage, love and support you in your journey with the Lord.

Once you’ve arrived and have been directed to visitor parking, a smiling volunteer will greet you and help you find your way around. Parking for handicapped individuals is also available and readily accessible. If you have children, there's childcare for birth through age five, and exciting, action-packed services for kindergarten through fifth grade and Junior High through college. Once your kids have arrived at their designated location, an usher will lead you to your seat in the Sanctuary. If you would like additional information about Central, stop by the Welcome Center located in the Sanctuary lobby or ask an usher for a monthly bulletin. This bulletin is packed full of Central’s latest events and ministries.

Spanish and Russian translation headsets are available at the 10:30 service. To obtain a headset for translation, stop by the Welcome Center in the Sanctuary lobby. 

With the size of Central’s congregation, it is often difficult to tell who is and who is not a visitor. Reach out and meet the folks around you. After all, life is better together.

For a list of ministries and events at the Charlotte Campus, click here.