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What to Expect
Easy to Find
Centennial is located on the corner of Snelling Avenue North and County Road C2 West (approximately one mile north of MN-36) in Roseville, MN. Click here for a map and directions.
Parking is available in Centennial’s own parking lot, which surrounds the church building, or along the south side of County Road C2 W.
When you enter the building for a worship service, expect to be greeted by smiling greeters and, once inside the sanctuary, helpful ushers to provide you with the service bulletin and guidance in finding a seat. If you have any special needs/requests (special wheelchair seating, hearing devices, etc.), please let the ushers know and they will make sure you are accommodated. Once seated, sit back, relax and enjoy the service.
Diversity in Worship Styles
Find your spiritual home through the worship style that fits you best.We offer traditional Sunday morning worship services, which vary from week to week. Our traditional worship services typically include a combination of music, such as traditional hymns, musical responses, and songs from our choir; traditional liturgy; and a sermon from one of our pastors. For those seeking a more contemporary worship service, we offer The Well at Centennial, which takes place on Sunday evenings. We also provide a Wednesday night worship service. For more information on our worship services, please see the home page.
For those with special needs, we provide accessibility and assistance for our worship services and programs. For more information, please see an usher when you arrive for services.
Interested in checking out a past sermon? Please visit our sermon archives.
Programs for Children during Worship Services
Whether your child is an infant, bustling toddler, or an inquisitive elementary schooler, they have a place to be during the worship services. Our nursery, led by a trained staff, is open to children between the ages of six weeks and three years old. Children between the ages of three years old (as of Sept. 1) and 5th grade are encouraged to attend FaithWalk classes. These classes meet on Sunday mornings from September through May. Children begin in worship with their families at 10:30 AM and are excused from the sanctuary following the Time for Children to go to FaithWalk. Classes run until 11:45 AM. During the summer months (June - August), childrenbetween the ages of three years old to 4th grade are invited to attend Summer FaithWalk, which also takes place after the Time for Children during the Sunday morning worship service. There is also a mixed-age class for children at The Well on Sunday evenings. FaithWalk classes provide a time for children to listen to Bible stories, and take part in activities and projects that encourage growth in their faith. We use September 1st as the cutoff to promote children to our FaithWalk classes. We ask all parents to fill out a Children's Ministry Registration so we can be prepared to welcome their children.
Communion is served during the Sunday morning services monthly, usually on the first Sunday of the month—ALL are welcome. Served at the front of the church, all are invited to come forward at the designated time in the service to partake in the bread and cup (individual servings of bread and grape juice) and spend a moment in prayer and meditation. If you prefer not to, or are unable to come to the front of the church, ushers will serve you at your seat.
At The Well worship services, communion is served frequently, following in the John Wesley (founder of Methodism) tradition of celebrating Holy Communion on a weekly basis.
Enjoy this time to meet and greet others in the Centennial community. Please join us for coffee and snacks in Linden Court (directly across from the sanctuary) between services in the fall/spring/winter and following the worship service during the summer. Following The Well worship services, everyone is invited to stay for a free, homemade mail and conversation.
Opportunities to Serve
Searching for a way to share your time, talents or treasure? At Centennial, we believe that supporting both members and others that live in our community is a vital part of our mission as a church. To learn about our mission-focused opportunities, please visit our Compassion and Justice Ministries.
Ways to Find Your Niche
“For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them.” - Matthew 18:19. Within Centennial, nearly 100 groups exist and range in focus from bike riding to bible studies to creating works of art. Joining one of these groups is a great way to get to know others in the Centennial community on a deeper level. For more information on groups at Centennial, please visit our Find a Group page.
Nurture and Care
Are you seeking pastoral care and support? Centennial’s nurture ministries are available to serve anyone in need of support. For more information, please visit our To learn about our caring-focused opportunities, please visit our Nurture and Care Ministries.
We earnestly invite you to contact any of our clergy, who are more than willing to answer any question you may have regarding Centennial, our United Methodist beliefs, or your own spiritual journey.
Clergy may be reached by calling the church office or by email.
Get to know our church staff!
Find Out More
Interested in exploring membership at Centennial?
Come to “Coffee with the Clergy” to learn about:
For more information, please contact Pastor Brian Hacklander via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (651) 633-7644.
Check the Calendar for upcoming “Coffee with the Clergy” gatherings.
Contact our church staff or visit our contact page.
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