Roseville Campus (Roseville, MN)

Roseville Campus

1524 W County Rd C2
Roseville, MN (map)

Traditional Worship

Sundays @ 9:30a 
Nursery & FaithWalk available
(FaithWalk = Sunday School)

Kids2 Worship

(kid-friendly, and for all!)
2nd Sundays @ 9:30a 

St. Anthony Park Campus (St. Paul, MN)

St. Anthony Park Campus 

2200 Hillside Ave.
St. Paul, MN (map)

Contemporary Worship

Sundays @ 10:00-11:00a
Nursery & FaithWalk available
(FaithWalk = Sunday School)

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Announcing Two New Small Groups for Lent.  Five weeks.  We will discuss the Sermon on the Mount from the Sunday services during Lent, and the short chapters from Brian McLaren’s We Make the Road by Walking.  You are invited—bring a friend.  These will be at the Roseville campus, and are open to both campuses.  Choose from two different times of the week:

  • Sundays 11:00am—12:00pm with Pastor Brian starting March 10.

  • Wednesdays 7:00pm—8:00pm with Jerry Matchett (worship host and AV team member) and Suzanne Sancilio (one of our head ushers) starting March 13th


Praying Our Way Forward: The Special General Conference in St. Louis starts this Saturday, February 23 and continues through Tuesday, February 26 to decide on the best way forward in our denomination’s ministry with our LGBTQ sisters and brothers.  Delegates from the U.S., Africa, the Philippines, and Europe will gather to make these decisions. The Minnesota Annual Conference has four delegates. Please be praying from 2:23 till 2:26 each day. 


Connectivity: February 17

We will begin a discussion of mythology in religion through the writings of Joseph Campbell. If questions, please contact Max and Marilyn DeLong.


Community Homelessness:  Tuesday, February 19 | 7:30am-9:00am

You are invited to a kickoff breakfast sponsored by Suburban Ramsey Family Collaborative to highlight a Homework Starts With Home grant they received, one of five awarded around the state by the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency.  Attendees will learn more about efforts being developed to address homelessness in our community.  The breakfast will be held on Tuesday, February 19, 7:30am - 9:00am at the Fairview Community Center in the Great Room, 1910 Co. Rd. B. Roseville.  RSVP by February 12 to volunteer [AT] solidground [DOT]  Questions can be directed to Bonnie Koch | 651-683-2992 | toouray [AT] aol [DOT] com.


Pre-Planning: Thursday, February 21 | 1:00pm | Roseville Campus

Planning for the end of your life means sharing your life story.  Pre-planning is the most responsible, loving and kind thing for you to do for your loved ones.  Come hear Jeanne McGill from Midwest Funeral Pre-Planning Consultants share stories, provide information and answer questions about sharing your story and making funeral arrangements, a wonderful gift to your family.  No cost to attend.


Family Movie Night:

Friday, February 22 | Join us at 6:30pm in the Fellowship Hall at the Roseville Campus to watch Ralph Breaks the Internet.     


Media Best Practices:

Wednesday, February 27 | 6:30pm | Roseville Campus

We are hosting a session for Parents of Elementary and Middle School Students. Do you wonder how early kids should get their first tablet or mobile device? And what does technology have to do with faith? If you’re trying to keep up with the media landscape, this session is for you! Dawn Rundman, Ph.D. will review current research and walk us through a process to develop digital citizenship informed by our faith. Childcare is available.


Hamline University A Cappella Choir & Centennial Chancel Choir:

Sunday, March 3 | 9:30am | Roseville Campus

Special choral music blended into morning worship, featuring each choir, and the combined voices.


Girl Scout Cookies: Girl Scouts from our church will be selling cookies after church March 3.


Searchers Book Club February:

Thursday, February 28 | 7:00pm - 8:30pm | Roseville Campus

Our February book is Born on Third Base by Chuck Collins. Is it really good for anyone that most of society’s wealth is pooling at the very top of the wealth ladder? Does anyone, including the one percent, really want to live in a society plagued by economic apartheid? It is time to think differently, says long-time inequality expert and activist Chuck Collins.


Ash Wednesday Service:

Wednesday, March 6 | 7:00pm | Both Campuses |Join us for music, prayer, communion, and imposition of ashes.                       


UMW Social Action meeting:

Thursday, March 7 | 10:00am | Roseville Campus

The Centennial United Methodist Women are hosting an open Social Action meeting on Thursday, March 7 at the Roseville campus Linden Court, which all people in church are welcome to attend.  The speaker will be Sara Nelson Pall-Meyer speaking on the topic of Exodus Lending.  There is a sign-up at the Connection Point for those wishing to attend the lunch after the meeting at the Roseville Olive Garden restaurant.  Please join us to hear about this important topic.


Growing Through Loss:

Tuesdays, April 16 to May 21 | 6:45pm – 9:00pm

Growing Through Loss provides an opportunity for individuals to obtain information and support for a variety of loss and grief issues. The 6 week series includes professional speakers and a time for support by meeting in small groups. Each session is complete in itself, you may attend one or all. No cost to attend. The next series will be at Abiding Savior Lutheran Church located at 8211 Red Oak Drive in Mounds View. Call 763-755-5335 or visit for questions or more information. Brochures are available at the Connection Point and Welcome Center.


Notes remembering Peter Clark requested: Peter Clark was a Centennial member who died in January 2018, and his son Devlin has requested if anyone would like to write a short note about their memories of Peter, he would like to share them with his infant daughter (Peter’s granddaughter).  Please submit to Pastor Brian by March 1 to send to Devlin.  


Blessing Bags: Thank you for all who donated items for the youth to make Blessing Bags for people who are homeless and care packages for kids in foster care.  We made and sent five care packages for kids in foster care.  In the next few weeks, we will be putting together the blessing bags.  When they are complete, we will put a note in the newsletter that they are available.  Thanks again from the youth at the SAP campus.


Thank you: On behalf of the Hospitality team, thank you Centennial Foundation for your grant to purchase new dishes for the Roseville campus. With more than 4,000 people served each year, the beautiful dishes are lighter weight yet durable, making them easier to wash and store too. Centennial has a long history of involvement with Bridging, and they were especially thankful for our donation of used dishes that will benefit many families across the metro area.


Tutors Needed at Murray Middle School! Murray Middle School in St. Anthony Park offers a comprehensive tutoring/study skills support program called the Murray Pilot One-on-One Tutoring Program, and it is offered during the school day as an elective class Monday through Friday. Tutors work with students on developing solid study skills and they work on core subjects including: English, Science, Math and Social Studies.  We ask that all tutor volunteers participate in a 90-minute training/orientation session which allows time for us to further describe how the program works at Murray. We can schedule a training session most days at 8:00am or 2:30pm upon request. Interested? Contact Cindy Thrasher, coordinator | 651-293-8740 | cindy [DOT] thrasher [AT] spps [DOT] org


Pew Keepers needed.  Duties include restocking pew offering envelopes and EBT cards, replacing devotional booklets (approx. every 2 months), collecting leftover bulletins, connect cards and papers left in the nave and chancel areas, sharpening pencils and refilling candle oil.  Training will be provided. Commitment is for 30-45 minutes once a week for the last two weeks every month and is usually done Wednesday evening through Saturday. Please contact Shirley Dubuque for more info: 651-484-8016 or sbdgolden [AT] gmail [DOT] com


New artwork in Linden Court! Centennial’s Welcoming/Reconciling Committee is happy to display work from artists with the Artability Program. This exhibit coordinates with February’s Awareness Sunday highlighting mental health. Look for it on the South wall of Linden Court. Questions please contact Lori Ihnen at loriihnen [AT] gmail [DOT] com or Nan Carlson at ncarlson5 [AT] hotmail [DOT] com


Wednesday Night Meals: Everyone is welcome! We especially look forward to seeing those who come for choir and bell rehearsals and Wednesday night youth activities. You can sign up online [click here] or at the Connection Point. If you are able to volunteer with serving and clean-up you get to eat free! Meals are $4.00 with advance sign up or $5.00 at the door. Ages 4 and younger eat free. $20.00 family cap.


Personal Prayer:  Wednesdays | 5:30pm -8:30pm | Roseville campus

The Roseville Campus chapel will be open for personal prayer and meditation from 5:30pm -8:30pm Wednesday evenings beginning September 12.  Feel free to stay a few minutes or as long as you wish, but we hope you will refresh your spirit and center yourself in Christ during this time.  Pray for yourself and your loved ones, for our church, our community, our country, and our world.  Let prayer guide you through the days and weeks ahead.  “Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.”  (Psalm 34:8).  Questions?  Please contact Bonnie Bougie / bougiebj [AT] hotmail [DOT] com 


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NEW Announcements for the Centennial News Deadline: Announcements for church events must now be submitted to Destiny Brekke DBrekke [AT] centennialumc [DOT] org by noon Tuesdays to make it into the next week’s Centennial News. All submissions have a 100 word limit and must include a name, email and/or phone number for readers to contact for more information about the event. When space is limited, announcements are prioritized by the communications team.