"Centenary Treats the Community"
On Halloween evening, Diana Phillips (pictured), Jane Lair, and Barb Ginder took bags of treats to young people working at drive-through restaurants throughout Jacksonville. Each bag was labeled with the church's name, a greeting, and worship times. The "trio of treaters" reported that the goodies were enthusiastically received--by well over 100 young people!
Quick-Reference Bulletin Board
(Links below take you to details for upcoming events & other items of interest at Centenary.)
Poinsettia Order Form
Join us for Centenary's Cookie Walk - Details
ASL Interpreter at 10:45 Worship Services - Details
Informal ASL Classes Offered at Centenary - Details
RECENT CENTENARY PHOTOS
Mortgage Burning Ceremony - Pictures
Mother & Daughter Banquet - Pictures
UMW's Salad Luncheon, Bazaar & Bake Sale - Pictures
Donations from Centenary members to Redbird Mission
Midwest Mission Distribution Center - Help Restock the Shelves
List of Needed Schools Supplies
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Welcome to Centenary
United Methodist Church's web site! We invite you to look around our
web site to become more familiar with the numerous opportunities
for fellowship and worship that Centenary has to offer. If
you're not currently a member of our church, we'd like to take this opportunity
to invite you to one of our weekly services. And of course, feel free to reach
out and contact our pastor.
We hope you and your family will have a warm and spirit-filled experience with us as we worship and fellowship together at our services, events, and ministries.
At this site, you will learn about Centenary, the wide array of program offerings and the many people who make up this loving church family.
is part of the
River District of the
Illinois Great Rivers Conference of the
Methodist Church. This district is formed of the eighty-eight congregations in
the Mississippi River on the west and Route 136 on the north. The eastern
is mainly along route 267 (but also includes other communities such as
Rushville and Carlinville)
and Jerseyville to the south.
This western curve of the state has a rich tradition of Methodism with heritage that includes spiritual leaders like pioneer circuit rider Peter Cartwright and Peter Akers.
As an indication of our efforts and commitment to accessibility for everyone, Centenary has taken special care to create a web site where all pages are accessible to all site visitors. We choose to promote accessible web design. As a result, Centenary's web site has been evaluated and meets those standards set forth in Section 508, WCAG 1.0 P1 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Level 1, Priority 1). You may click on the "W3C" graphic or the "Cynthia Tested" graphic for more detailed information.
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