This month we are praying for our CCC PROPERTY COMMITTEE & BOARD OF TRUSTEES, and this week we pray for LANDMARK BAPTIST CHURCH.

Please remember all of our CHURCH FAMILY and friends listed in the weekly PRAYER BULLETIN…available in the Church Office or each Sunday at Worship.

Time to begin thinking about SUMMER CHURCH CAMP.  The deadline for students in Grades 1st  – 12th is May 15th.  For Registration and Camp Information, visit: Indianadisciples.org and genevacenter.org
Registration forms are also available from Cammie, in the church office.

The Annual ALLEY THEATRE GALA is set for Friday, September 6, 2019 at 7:00pm.  Join us for a night (benefitting theatre production costs) of small plate buffet (catered by M&N CATERING), a silent auction, great friends…and entertainment from JILL O’MALIA & RICK VALE.

Tickets are available now ($50/each) for what is ALWAYS a fun evening!  Contact Cammie in the Church Office (765.643.6957) for yours!


All tickets are now available for the 2019/2020 Season at THE ALLEY THEATRE.  Single tickets are $10.  For $50 you receive a GOLDEN TICKET pass for each production along with PRIORITY SEATING and COMPLIMENTARY SNACKS.

This next season’s shows & dates are as follows:
Nov 14, 15, 16, 17, 2019
Dec 12, 13, 14, 15, 2019
Jan 16, 17, 18, 19, 2020
Feb 20, 21, 22, 23, 2020
March 12, 13, 14, 15, 2020

Tickets are available by calling the BOX OFFICE MESSAGE CENTER at 765.643.0701 or by coming to the Central Christian Church office (Tue-Fri / 9a-5p) and purchasing in person.

All of this information and more is available on THE ALLEY THEATRE website: www.thealleytheatre.com



For hundreds of years many traditional Churches have observed an evening of “darkening”, during Holy Week, called a “tenebrae” (latin = “the darkening”) service.

Although the form may vary slightly, at the core of the service is the story of God and Humanity from Creation to the Death of Jesus.  Progressively, as the story is told through readings and music, lights are lit in a darkened room…until the story turns to the betrayal, trial, torture, and crucifixion of Jesus, at which time candles are slowly extinquished.  The service ends in darkness, as the Christ Candle is not extinquished but removed from the sanctuary.

Some 30 years ago, Pastor Rick was introduced to this service by his mother, who wrote the script for her church’s tenebrae service.  Taking that script and adding some to it, writing original music and setting some familiar hymns for his small a capella choir in Seattle, it became a tradition in his church each Good Friday.

After relocating to Indiana, Pastor Rick’s TENEBRAE became a staple at the church in Anderson where he served as Music Director.  It was soon published, with orchestrations by Jay Rouse, and now churches around the country have performed this work, for the past 20 years.

This MAUNDY THURSDAY Central’s Chancel Choir will perform this work at 7:00pm.  All are welcome.