A reporting from the Black Lives Matter rallies in Lexington
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Our challenge to listen to the breath of God's Spirit.
Ways to join different online video groups at CBC
Join the Wallaces as they cook 2 different polenta recipes.
We all realize the importance of staying safe during this time of the global pandemic. As such, Central has formed a special ad hoc committee to give direction to any plans of reopening.
Former member and congregational friend Larry Gray, President of Baptist Health Louisville offers this Pandemic Psalm.
We miss each other and truly wish to be together as soon as it is safe and wise to do so. Our church leadership is currently in discussion on how and when we might re-open our building for in-person gatherings. Our initial steps will be the formation of a special ad hoc committee. These individuals will be collection of deacons, staff and a few others with special knowledge of healthcare issues.
Moving our Sunday services completely online has been an adventure. Even though we've been streaming our services for over a year, we never envisioned that this would be our primary means of worshipping together. We've had to make quick adjustments and troubleshoot last-minute technical malfunctions, but we've managed to be on the air by eleven o'clock (or pretty close) every Sunday.
A few weeks ago during our virtual Sunday service, Aaron led us through a time of meditation. As a prompt he asked us to visualize a place where we felt most comfortable and where we could be most like ourselves and where we felt loved. Pictures of family and childhood raced through my mind but the picture that kept coming back to me was the image of my choir chair. Hard as I tried to refocus my thoughts the image of that chair kept coming back to me.