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Centerpoint is a church of about 200 that gather for God’s good pleasure. We vary in ages, colors, and sizes – but we all agree on our steadfast commitment to God and His word. A few facts about us: We are elder led and have a team of teaching pastors. We take communion every week. We take seriously our role in local and global missions. We use a variety of reliable Bible versions (NIV, NASB, NET, etc.) Every month that has a 5th Sunday is special time of extended worship. We have regular fellowship dinners (pot-luck). We have a great infant through young-adult program. We would love to have you visit! Follow @CenterpointC on...Read More
Worshiping together… Worship– in music: The Praise Team at Centerpoint Church consists of core and rotating members who are dedicated to offering their talents in the service of Jesus Christ, through various forms of musical expression, in obedience to Colossians 3:16. We utilize both hymns and contemporary praise songs to express our devotion to God. Worship– in prayer: Paul challenged the men in every place to publicly pray (1 Timothy 2:8). Our worship service seeks to integrate opportunities for our men to lead in prayer, and for our members to pray daily praising God, praying for our church members and families, for our missionaries, for our various ministries, and for our world. Worship– in the Word: Our recognition that the Scripture is trustworthy, without error, and authoritative is evident in our commitment to investigate it thoroughly (1 Tim 3:16-17). Each week a member of our preaching team challenges the Centerpoint community with a sermon grounded in the authority of Scripture and relevant to 21st century people. Worship– in the Lord’s Supper: Recognizing that the Lord’s Supper was an integral part of early church worship (1 Cor 11:17-24), Centerpoint includes this remembrance as part of our weekly worship service. We believe it is valuable to do this often because it keeps our focus on the central issue of our faith – Christ and His death for...Read More
Ted and Priscilla Clark Ted and Priscilla Clark along with their 5 children have been serving in Mexico for the past 22 years.They work in evangelism, discipleship and church planting. The Clarks ask prayer for Mexico. They say “Mexico is a beautiful county with friendly people and charming places, but most of all, it is a place full of spiritual darkness with much need yet for the proclamation of the gospel.” They also ask us to pray for their safety in the midst of the violence that surrounds them. Daniels and Annie Gnanamathu Daniels, Annie and their daughter Susan work for Jesus in India. LIFE(Lamb Institute of Field Evangelism) is where Daniels teaches. He does many forms of outreach in the surrounding area. They ask prayer for their health and also that their lacking financial needs would be met. Craig and Brenda Landrum Craig and Brenda have served as missionaries in Mexico for the past 22 years. They are involved in church planting and are in the process of moving to Spain to work in church planting there. Please pray for the Landrums as they make their transition to Spain – that all would go well and the Lord will be honored in their lives and in the lives of their grown children (Sarah, Ruth, Joshua, and Hannah) Cory and Crystal Schibler Crystal Schibler has been working for iGo Global for the past 5 years. For this mission based ministry she primarily works coordinating the students who will go with iGo to serve overseas all summer and lead one week teams. This includes organizing their travel, accommodation, food and also their leadership training, cross cultural training...Read More
Centerpoint is a non-denominational, conservative, evangelical church. We have folks that range in age from newborns to those in their 80s, people of different skin colors and social classes. Some Frequently Asked Questions: What is appropriate dress at Centerpoint? Dress is casual; you will see some people in suits and dresses, while others wear blue jeans and t-shirts. We only ask that your clothing be modest, so as not to offend other worshippers. What is the Sunday morning schedule at Centerpoint? On Sunday mornings, we have “Sunday School” from 9:30 to 10:25 for all ages, followed by our 90 minute worship service from 10:45 to 12:15. This time normally consists of singing a blend of contemporary praise songs and traditional hymns, corporate prayer, a 30 minute, biblically-based sermon, and observance of Communion/the Lord’s Supper, along with the offering, announcements, and a closing benediction. Which version of the Bible do you use at Centerpoint? Our preachers use a variety of reliable Bible versions (NIV, NASB, NET, etc.), as well as interacting with the Greek and Hebrew manuscripts. Any other questions about visiting Centerpoint? Contact our Community Pastor, Vince by filling out the form below or text/call 972-681-4172. Name(required) Email(required) Website...Read More
Worship together, Strengthen each other, and Share with our world.
Our goal as believers in Jesus Christ is to become better disciples, and one way that we are growing as disciples is in the context of small groups, which we call “Connections Groups.” Today, we will look together at our Connections Groups here at Centerpoint.
Our Easter rituals like Peeps, candy, and colored eggs might have seemed surprising to the original observers of the Resurrection. However, we are also caught off guard by one of their reactions to the Resurrection of Jesus. Their strange reaction points to God’s desired response by us . . . a striking response that can change our lives.We are in Mark 16:1-8.
Bob AbeggRead More
End of year, 5th Sunday Special:
Part of our service on Sunday, Dec. 30th, was a highlight of some of the many events which occurred during 2012 in Centerpoint Church. Attached is a link tothe slideshow with a voiceover narration.Read More
A Christmas Musical created by Steve Moore, Rob Howard, & David Guthrie; produced & performed by members of Centerpoint Church!
Video produced by Mark Finley, 12/16/2012Read More
What if the man who built the cross Christ was crucified on were to have questioned Jesus’ claim to be the Messiah? Could even he have hope? This dramatic monologue, based on the original work by Joe White, gives us a fresh perspective on the saving work of the Savior.
Vince Willis 04/08/2012