WHAT'S HAPPENING AT CENTERPOINT

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Keep up-to-date with all things CenterPoint!

Join us IN-PERSON Sundays @ 9 & 10:45am or ONLINE Sunday @ 9am

Walk-Ins are Welcome for BOTH services.

Thank you for supporting CenterPoint through your generosity. You can give online by clicking the button below, you can also Text-to-Give from instructions once you click through the button below.

 
You can also give in-person using the black secure box by the doors to the Worship Center.

CP Kids & CP Students:

CP KIDS is back and meeting during the 9am service every Sunday. Classes for ages 1yr to 4th grade are open! Please stop by the Commons to check your child in.

CP STUDENTS – Tribe 56 & 78 – Sundays 9-10:10am

This is a time and space for students between the 5th-8th grade to come together, have fun, and get to explore what it looks like to follow Jesus with their peers and caring adults. Each Sunday the doors will open at 8:45am for a little “Pre-service” fun you won’t want to miss!

CP STUDENTS – Tribe High School – Tuesdays 7-8:30pm

The doors will open at 6:45pm each week. This is a safe space to find community, bring your questions, be real, and dig into what it means to follow Jesus. We bring a mix of games, food, and Bible to each and every night. We hope to see you there!

CP STUDENTS – Tribe 56 & 78 – 1st Wednesdays – 6:30-8pm
On the first Wednesday of every month we open the doors for our 5th-8th graders to come, bring friends, and let out some of that surplus energy they have! We play games, have snacks, and look to build into the relationships we have with our students. Join us Wednesday, February 2nd for Team Night! (wear your favorite team gear).

Here are some ways that you can Connect- Join a CP Group or Team as we live and share a life changing relationship with Jesus…TOGETHER!

CP Prays Together! Every second Wednesday of each month in person at CenterPoint. Let’s gather to pray for each other, our church, and our community. See you on Jan 12 @ 7pm.

MC/Men meets live and on Zoom on Saturday mornings at 7:30 am for a time of study, discussion, prayer and sharing. The men meet live in the large KidsVax conference room at 125 N. State St. and a Zoom link is sent out each week prior to Saturday. For more information or if you desire to receive the email updates, please contact Dave at davep@centerpointnh.org.

Anchored- Is a community of small groups gathering for bible study, prayer, caring and service. We meet Sunday mornings @ 9:00 am (during CenterPoint’s 1st service) at the Governors Center Carriage House – 135 N State St. Concord.  You can choose to then join online for the second service or choose to attend in person at CenterPoint- 20 N State st.  All are welcome! Please check us out to see if you would like to be a part! Contact:  MertiePotter@comcast.net, cell : 603-731-8374

Stephen Ministry – is a confidential, distinctively Christian caring ministry of CP Church. Stephen Ministry provides confidential one-on-one care to the bereaved, hospitalized, terminally ill, separated, divorced, unemployed, relocated, and to others facing a crisis or life challenge. Stephen Ministers are lay congregation members trained to provide one-to-one care to those experiencing one of those many challenges. Stephen Ministers come from all walks of life, but they all share a passion for bringing Christ’s love and care to people during a time of need. For more information or to make an appointment please contact keithadaigneault@gmail.com

Cairns Thursday Group– We meet at the home of Tom and June Cairns, 187 East Side Drive in Concord on Thursdays 7:00 – 8:20 pm for Bible study and prayer. All are welcome! Everyone reads the passage in advance and then brings their questions and insights, and shares them in an open format discussion. Contact Tom Cairns 215.901.2045.

CP Married Life: We offer couple-to-couple conversations with trained Married Life couples.  This is not counseling, it is friendship.  Sometimes a listening ear from good friends is all we need to sort our priorities and find encouragement.  If you would like to arrange a private ZOOM meeting with one of our couples, send a message to MarriedLifeNH@gmail.com (confidentially managed by Frank and Wendy Harrison) and we will get back to you soon to arrange the best time to chat. For married life resources, small group opportunities, and date ideas, visit https://sites.google.com/view/marriedlifenh today!

Young Adults MC: living and sharing a life-changing relationship with Jesus together among the young adults of the Capital Area. We are now meeting on Wednesday’s 6:30 – 9:00pm @ CenterPoint Church (with masks) and also continuing to meet on zoom. Contact:Hannah Ingram // hingram@cedarville.edu // 603-726-1449 or Sam Duke // samuelhduke@gmail.com // 303-551-3782

Mom to Mom: WE’RE ALL ABOUT ENCOURAGING MOMS.We believe being a mom is one of the most significant things you can ever do and also one of the most demanding.  The challenges of motherhood can change all aspects of your life, from your identity, to your marriage, to you relationship with God.  At times the challenges can seem overwhelming!  At Mom to Mom, we want you to know that you don’t have to be alone as you face these challenges. We want to support you in a number of ways.  Perhaps most important, we offer an opportunity for you to connect with other moms who are experiencing some of the same issues that you face.  We provide loving care for your children so that you can relax, enjoy a break, and fully engage with other moms. We will meet on Tuesdays from 9:15-10:45am beginning 9/28.

If you would like more information or would like to be on our mailing list to receive updates please contact Susan O’Neil @ sonos31@comcast.net  

CP Pantry: a group of people growing together as a community that serves the needs of our vulnerable neighbors through providing supplemental groceries and spaces to belong. Contact Jim (nhmtnbkr@netscape.net) for ways to be involved.

Friendly Kitchen: Sun. Jan 23

What to expect

– Due to the increasing Covid cases in our community, we ask that everyone who joins us to mask while indoors as one of the ways we love each other and our Community.
– If you are not feeling well, please worship with us ONLINE instead of in person.

Your kids can join us for worship!

God gave children a special joy and energy that often makes them wiggle and giggle. They belong right here with us, as a family of God’s people. Thank you for bringing them. Please keep bringing them. You are doing great! 

Sit where your family is comfortable. If it easier to keep their attention by sitting close to the stage, do it!

 Feel free to quietly explain parts of the service to your children, what is happening and why. Sing and participate with us. Your kids are watching you, all the time! They will learn how to worship by watching you and those nearby. 

If you have to leave the service, you are welcome to do so. Please come back. Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me.”  There may come a time that you need a little more time and space outside of the sanctuary, your family is welcome to watch the service from the commons area or we have a family room where you can hang and still participate in the service. We would love to show you where that is. 

To those of you that call CenterPoint home:

We love children and families. It is a joy to have them here! The sound of children is a beautiful sign that Jesus loves his Church and all those in it. Please encourage our families when you see them. Give them a big smile and nod. Tell them they are doing a great job. Let’s walk this journey together.

Candidates For Nomination

Dean Eggert

Moderator | 3-yr Term

A member since 1985, Dean has served CenterPoint in many roles ranging from construction, middle school ministries, small group leader, development task forces, wall painter, vision committees, implementation committees, school board member/chair, church historian and elder.

He currently serves as Vice President and Board member of Good Soil Partners, a charitable organization which provides scholarships, entrepreneurship training and leadership coaching to young women and men in Malawi, Africa. Dean has practiced law since 1985 supporting school districts throughout the state. He has been married to Cheryl Holder Eggert since 1983, and thoroughly enjoys his role as a grandfather.

Bethany Taylor

Clerk 3-yr Term

Bethany has three children and lives in the Concord area. She and her family serve on the Connections Team as well as the pantry for City Hope. Bethany enjoys being a part of her community and has called CenterPoint her home for almost 30 years. She is an avid outdoorsman and spends much of her free time hiking.

Mark Blasko

Treasurer | 3-yr Term

Mark Blasko has been a member of CenterPoint Church with his wife Carolyn since 1996 and has served in a variety of roles over the years. Mark owns and runs several local businesses and enjoys the “numbers” aspect of his organizations and looks forward to serving CenterPoint in this area. In the off-season from his businesses, Mark can often be found skiing somewhere interesting.

Dave and Jennifer Allen moved to Dunbarton just over 28 years ago from Pennsylvania and have been married over 37 years. Dave and Jennifer are blessed with three children (two of the three married) and 4 grandchildren. Jennifer’s mother rounds out the family as she moved up from PA to live at Havenwood in 2013.

Winter is the favorite time of year. Skiing, hunting, hiking, biking, paddling, camping, swimming, etc… God’s majesty, glory and creativity are so abundantly evident in His incredible creation!

Frank Harrison

Elder | 1-yr Term

Frank Harrison and his wife, Wendy, have been members of the CenterPoint family since 2010.  They live in Chichester and both work as teachers for the Concord School District.  Frank enjoys leading adventure trips into the New Hampshire wilderness. 

More importantly, Frank enjoys leading others in the ways of Jesus, exercising his spiritual gift of teaching. Frank and Wendy currently serve as leaders with the CP Married Life Mentors. Frank has served on the elder council since 2016 and is encouraged to continue as the Lord leads.

David Molind

Elder | 3-yr Term

David and his wife Lizanne have been attending CenterPoint Church since 2003. David has enjoyed serving in a variety of roles at CenterPoint. David especially enjoys combining his professional giftings as a physician assistant with his Christian walk by leading overseas short term Christian medical missions.

David and Lizanne love exploring the splendor of God’s creation through hiking, biking, paddling or sailing.

We would like the chance to get to know you!
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WELCOME TO CENTERPOINT

We love that you’re here! The Leaders of CenterPoint would like the chance to get to know you and share how you can be a part of all that God is doing in our community.

WELCOME TO CENTERPOINT

We love that you’re here! The Leaders of CenterPoint would like the chance to get to know you and share how you can be a part of all that God is doing in our community.

What to expect…

·        Group of attenders in worship center 100+.

·        Seating will be set up for people to choose their own social distancing.

·        We are following CDC guidelines for masking.

·       Please screen each member of your family PRIOR to coming to 20 North State St using the questions below.

Screening Questions

i.               Have you been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days?

ii.              Have you had a fever or felt feverish in the last 72 hours/3 days?

iii.            Are you experiencing any respiratory symptoms including, sore throat, cough, stuffy nose or shortness of breath?

iv.            Are you experiencing any new muscle aches or chills?

v.              Have you experienced any new change in your sense of taste or smell?

Hi! Nice To See You!

We love that you’re here! The Leaders of CenterPoint would like the chance to get to know you and share how you can be a part of all that God is doing in our community.