Roseville Campus (Roseville, MN)

Roseville Campus

1524 W County Rd C2
Roseville, MN 55113 (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 55108(map

Contemporary Worship

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

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Reverse Trick or Treating! Saturday October 31

Looking for a safe and fun way to participate in Halloween festivities? Families can sign up [CLICK HERE] by October 18 to have Centennial candy bags delivered to their houses between 1-3pm. Dress up, decorate your yard and join us for a costume party at Faithwalk the next morning! Volunteers to deliver Centennial candy bags to families can sign up here [CLICK HERE]. Interested in donating candy to the cause? Drop off candy donations during office hours at the Roseville campus, be sure to call in before you go!   


A Church Conference of Centennial United Methodist Church: will be held on Zoom Tuesday, November 17 at 7:00 pm for discussion and approval of the clergy compensation packages for 2021 and considering incare-inactive list. All church members and clergy related to Centennial are included in the Church Conference. Zoom invitation to come.


Covid-19 Preparedness Plan Approved by the Trustees. This calls for very gradual reopening [CLICK HERE] starting with small groups and then in-person worship very gradually after that. For the whole plan, which will evolve as needs and conditions change, go to [CLICK HERE].


The Church and Society Committee would like to thank the congregations for their response to the Kids in Need/School Tools campaign. Church donors contributed $990 and Faith Walk contributed $100 for a total of $1,090 for this drive to support our school children in need of school supplies. Thank you!


Sister Solidarity Rally: Sunday, October 25 | 4:00-7:00pm | Minnesota State Capitol building. This Rally is to celebrate the accomplishments of Black Women in America while bringing attention to statistics that marginalize us and to demand justice for Breonna Taylor and other Black women who have been murdered by law enforcement in the United States. Interested in meeting up with other Centennial members at the rally? Contact Karensa Fischer at patinapatina [AT] me [DOT] com. You can also contact Karensa to find out more about Centennial’s Anti-Racism team.


Online Worship to continue for 2020: the Church Council has decided out of an abundance of concern for the health of our worshipers that there will be no in-person worship for the remainder of 2020. With no singing allowed, no hugs or handshakes which are so important to church being church when we are in person, and social distancing which would reduce the size of any worshiping group to fifty or fewer in the Roseville or SAP sanctuary, we believe that we can offer better worship experiences online, and we welcome your continued feedback on what we are presently doing from each campus. Of course, if conditions greatly improve we would look forward to reversing this announcement. We strongly encourage all Centennial members and friends to join a small group or class, as well as worship with us online regularly. Please focus all the more on praying for one another and our world. The buildings’ doors may be closed, but the church is open to share the love of Jesus wherever God’s people go every day. - Church Council Person Derek Vandenburg


Advent at Home: Three ways to engage in the upcoming Advent season of expectation, waiting and preparing this year:

1) Join a small group. We'll be using Jorge Acevedo's book Sent: Delivering the Gift of Hope at Christmas "Two thousand years ago, a baby was born who changed the world. God sent Jesus, and today, you and I are sent to be his hands and feet, delivering God's gifts of hope to a world in need." Sign-up information coming soon. 

2) Follow along with the Advent Calendar which will be shared on Facebook and sent out via email.

3) Sign up at [CLICK HERE] by Sunday Nov. 8th for an Advent at Home Activity Box. Boxes can be picked up Sunday Nov. 22nd or 29th from 1-2pm. If you live within reasonable distance from the church and are unable to pick up your box, contact Pastor Jen to schedule a contactless porch drop off. 


30 Days Thankful: Throughout November watch the Centennial Facebook pages for daily posts, then like, share or comment to spread a little thankfulness all month long.


Join us for our Lunch Bunch! Are you tired of physical distancing and would like to get together with other seniors? Then come to our virtual lunch outing, our Lunch Bunch on alternate Wednesdays!  We meet during the noon hour to meet each other, check in, play BINGO and watch something pleasant on the screen.  Participants can Zoom in on regular telephones or on devices that connect to the internet.  Seniors outside of our regular service area are welcome to join in, too!  Call the St. Anthony Park Area Seniors office at 651-642-9052 to find out how to join in.


Pecans: This year due to Covid19 the UMW will be taking ORDERS for Georgia Pecans. Available will be Pecan Halves, Pieces, Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, and Clusters -- $12. each. Orders will be taken until October 30 for delivery in the Church Parking Lot from 10:00 am –Noon on Sunday, November 15 and Saturday, November 21. Orders taken by: Nancy Jacob at 651-238-7119, Fran Field at 651-697-2421, Pauline Richards at richardsgp09 [AT] gmail [DOT] com


Hats and Mittens: Church and Society is working with Hats and Mittens to provide children in the community with warm items during the cold Minnesota winters. Hats and Mittens is an all-volunteer 501c3 organization founded in Minnesota in 1996. Over 150 organizations in the Twin Cities and Duluth metro areas will receive hats and mittens this winter. All sizes are needed, and water-proof mittens are preferred. You can donate by dropping off hats and mittens in the parking lot at the Roseville campus from 10:00 am – noon on Sunday, Nov. 15 and Saturday, Nov. 21. SAP campus on Sunday, Nov. 15 from 11:00 am to noon or 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Or you can send your donation to Centennial United Methodist Church with Hats and Mittens on the memo line by Nov. 30. A $10 donation will buy a child a mitten and hat set. Thank you for your help in keeping kids warm this winter. Questions? Contact Sally McCarville 651-226-3871.


Mark Your Calendar:  Interfaith Action’s annual Bringing Faith to Life Fundraising Breakfast on Thursday, November 12 will be a virtual event this year.  Attending this event is a great way to be updated on Interfaith Action’s work to reduce poverty and its root causes in the St. Paul Area through programs such as Project Home, Opportunity St. Paul, Department of Indian Work, and Community Power-Up.  Mark your calendar (November 12, 8 a.m.) and watch the website ( for more information.  On-line registration begins October 10.  For more information, please contact Curt or Betty Gumbrell at 651-644-5128 or bcgumbrell [AT] comcast [DOT] net


Medicare: Senior Linkage Line and the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging are working hard to educate community members on Medicare.  If you have questions regarding Medicare (Part A, B, C, D) during the open enrollment time of October 15th through December 7th you can find information on virtual presentations (click here) or call the Senior Linkage Line at 800.333.2433 for more information.


We are still doing Church!  Here’s just a glimpse of what is happening in these stay-at-home times at Centennial:

  • Children’s activities & devotions from Pastor Jen and Amanda shared online with children & parents.

  • Middle school & senior high online activities and gatherings from Amanda and Derek.

  • Sunday online worship from both campuses—huge thanks to our invaluable tech coordinators, John Misa at Roseville and Hal King & Eric Bjorklund at SAP.

  • Sunday morning Zoom adult classes continue from Roseville campus—Connectivity through the Houses & DeLongs, and the Twenty-Something group with Pastor Brian.

  • Sunday morning Zoom Bible study continues from SAP campus with Pastor Whitney.

  • Video devotionals continue from Pastor Brian.

  • Our various ministry teams are still meeting via Zoom (or Google Docs)—Missions, Church & Society, Children’s & Family Ministry, Church Council, Finance, Trustees, Staff—just to name a few!  (By the way, all of these include members from both campuses.)

  • Be watching for NEW initiatives…and keep checking in with each other one-on-one and in your circles, small groups, and classes!

  • We may not be able to worship in-person yet, but as the song goes, Yes, we’re the Church together!


Prayer Chain available for your requests: Do you have a prayer concern for yourself or a loved one? The Centennial prayer chain exists to share your concerns with God and others.  Contact Julie Elholm in the church office at jelholm [AT] centennialumc [DOT] org. with your prayer request and indicate if it is to be shared with the congregation or just the pastoral staff.


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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.