We’ve launched a Bible reading plan to go with our current sermon series, The Life. To participate, just visit centralsf.org/readingplan to pull it up online. Our hope is that you and your family will check this reading plan every week and grow together spiritually.

Are you ready to Live Sent so that you can impact your relational world? Live Sent is a training course that will help you be able to comfortably and confidently bring up spiritual topics and your own spiritual story in conversation with your non-spiritual friends.

Live Sent will meet five weeks in a row starting Tuesday, Feb. 2, at 6:00pm in our Oakwood Chapel. Our time together will start with a meal ($5 per person suggested). After the meal we’ll participate in a variety of bible studies, trainings, and group activities.

Visit centralsf.org/LSsignup to register for Live Sent.

Live Sent is for anyone who has ever felt like they aren’t equipped to have a conversation about their faith. We look forward to seeing you on Feb. 2!

We will be hosting a training for anyone interested in mentoring people being served by Renewal 58. The training will be Friday, Jan. 22 in the Hearth Room from 6:00 to 8:00pm. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP to [email protected] by Jan. 15, or contact Nathan if you have any questions.

Adam’s Thermal Foundation is hiring and English Literacy Program Teacher for its school in Hosanna, Ethiopia. Visit centralsf.org/ATFteachinglink for the full details on how you can make an impact that will last for generations.

As Covid continues to be a challenge for people in our community, we want to make sure that every person at Central is safe and being cared for well. If you or a family member are sick or having to quarantine, please let us know what we can do to help. If you need any assistance at all please fill out a brief form at centralsf.org/covidhelp or contact our Outreach Pastor, Nathan Pruett, at [email protected]

Central is excited to be launching new resources for reaching your oikos effectively. Visit centralsf.org/oikos to get the info and resources. The site offers tips and suggestions for helping you declare the Gospel—both scripturally and personally—defend the Gospel, and dialogue the Gospel. If you have more questions about reaching your oikos, contact our Pastor of Outreach, Nathan Pruett at [email protected].