Sunday School Classes
Adult Education and Formation
“Reach, Nurture, Serve”
All are invited to come learn and reflect.
9:15 – Gather in the Fellowship Hall for coffee and refreshments
9:30 – The lesson begins
Individual Classes resume meeting September 11th at 9:15am & 9:30am
Men & Women's Groups
Groups Meeting Monthly:
Esther Circle **NEW**
Groups Meeting Weekly:
Men's Bible Study
Men's Bible Study
Grief Support Group
1st Monday (unless holiday, then 2nd)
1st & 3rd Mondays of the month at 6:30PM
The CrossRoads are our group of 60+ older adults. They meet for lunch and a program several times a year, as well as making periodic trips to plays, musicals, and places of interest.
For more information, please contact Reverend Noelle Read.
Our Prayer Shawl Ministry is an extension of the same ministry established in 1998 by Janet Bristow and Victoria A. Cole-Galo, graduates of the Women's Leadership Institute at Hartford Seminary in Hartford, Connecticut.
Much like these knitted and crocheted mantles grow one stitch at a time, this spiritual practice has organically grown and spread throughout the community. As the yarn passes through our hands, we pray for the recipient of each piece, whether the person is known to us or not. Our spiritual lives deepen from our meditations as we create the shawls, and we continue to forge new connections in our prayer and process of giving prayer shawls.
Prayer shawls are given for comfort or celebration; to mark life changes; and in love and friendship. They symbolize loving hugs, being surrounded by prayer, and the shelter of God's care. Patterns and colors are not chosen just for beauty, but often because of their particular symbolic meanings. To learn more, explore the official website of this outreach.
Prayer shawl meets twice a month on the first Thursday at 10 AM, and the third Thursday at 5:30 PM.
All ages are welcome!
Grief Group is a ministry outreach of Central Presbyterian Church in Anderson, SC. It is group dedicated to welcoming those who are grieving a loss and maintaining a safe space to share with and support others who grieve. The group is open to the public and seeks to meet members where ever they are in their grief. The group meets on the first and third Mondays of the month at 6:30 in the Church Parlor at Central Presbyterian Church. Please contact Reverend Noelle H. Read at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 864-226-3468 for more information or directions to the Parlor. You are not alone
Central is co-hosting a special event with Hope Fellowship Church entitled, “Surviving the Holidays”. All are welcome to attend this hour long seminar as we walk through some tips on how to handle grief and stress during the holiday season. Two sessions are being offered on Monday, December 5th. One is at 10:30 and one is at 6pm. Both will take place in Central’s Parlor. Cost is $5 to cover materials. Please RSVP to Noelle Read via email at email@example.com, call the Church Office at 864-226-3468 or
Click here to register! Remember you are not alone.