Central Christian Church (DOC)

Worship with us at 10:00 a.m.

1101 N. Vermilion St.

Danville, IL 61832

217-442-2915

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Worship

&

Praise

At Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) we gather every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. to grow our faith through education and 10:00 a.m. to worship together. We learn from each other as we praise God and live in a way the shows the world around what God has called us to be as the church. All are welcome!

Sunday School

Each Sunday morning at 9:00, several different groups meet to learn about the Bible and God and to support and encourage one another in living out the Christian faith.

 

We provide a nursery for infants as well as classes for preschoolers, elementary-age students, high school students, and adults.

 

Our children's classes use a creative curriculum designed to help children learn and grow in the basics elements of the Christian faith.

The adult classes discuss a variety of topics regarding the study of the Bible and how it connects our faith to our everyday lives.

 

Everyone is invited to participate in Sunday School.

Music

Music has always played a key role in the Christian faith. From the very beginning the church has sung praises to God. This is certainly true at Central Christian Church, which offers a variety of musical styles and groups.

Music in our 10:00 a.m. service includes both traditional hymns and contemporary selections. Worship is led by a praise band accompanied by piano, and on special occasions by organ. Our church choir also sings during our weekly service, with special selections performed throughout the fall, winter and spring. Throughout the year members of our congregation will sing solos, perform in ensembles, and also play different musical instruments. We also have a Bell Choir that plays several times each year.

In addition, special worship services are held during the course of the year that draw upon the musical gifts of many within the congregation.