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It's Not Complicated

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Posted by Andrew Dickson on

Andrew Dickson, Asst. Director of Student Ministries, shares a secret he learned while ministering to homeless youth that applies to all of our relationships.

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Compassion, Bed Sheets, & Bandages

Posted by Jeff Brown on

For more than 40 years, Central's Women In Ministry have turned old linens into much-needed emergency supplies.

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5 Things to Know About Parking at Central

Posted by Jeff Brown on

We love our location right in the heart of St. Louis. We aren't north county or south, nor are we downtown or west county, but right in the middle of our wonderful metro area. While being in Clayton has many advantages, space is at a premium. This can sometimes make parking a challenge. To help...

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Tags: parking, garage

Observing the Season of Lent

Posted by Mike Farley on

Traditionally, the Lenten season is the entire forty-day period during which the church prepares for the celebration of Easter.  When it first emerged in church history, Lent served primarily as a time of intense instruction, fasting, and prayer for converts to the Christian faith in the...

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Rest

Posted by Jeremy Blythe on

What does it mean to rest? We all know we need it, even crave it, but typically struggle with how to find it, acting like we are too tired to rest. Jesus’ words in Matthew 11:28-30, although encouraging in concept, appear so abstract that we are not even sure what he means (please note I...

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3 Navigation Tips

Posted by Jeff Brown on

"Change is not made without inconvenience, even from worse to better."  - Richard Hooker “Status quo, you know, is Latin for 'the mess we're in'.” - Ronald Reagan Like a house you have lived in for decades, Central's old website had accumulated a lot of "stuff," and...

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3 Big Reasons for a New Website

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Posted by Jeff Brown on

Welcome to the new, updated centralpres.com! I hope you enjoy the new site and its many features. We had three primary goals as we started this project: Make the site easier to use. Kind of like a home you live in for many years, the old centralpres.com had accumulated a lot of "stuff"...

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Tags: website, central, new, responsive, updated

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