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)

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)

Contact Us


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Send us an email:

cumc [AT] centennialumc [DOT] org

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Roseville Campus
St. Anthony Park Campus


We offer all kinds of groups at Centennial!


It’s not too late to join the Staying Awake Fall Book Study: We are discussing Rev. Tyler Sit’s book, Staying Awake: The Gospel for Changemakers. Rev. Tyler Sit is a United Methodist pastor at New City Church in Minneapolis.  Rev. Tyler will be joining our study groups for one session over Zoom on Nov. 18 at 6:30—8:30 pm. Contact Karensa at patinapatina [AT] me [DOT] com for details.


Connectivity Adult Faithwalk Meets Sundays on Zoom rather than in person at church and  start at 11:00 AM, so RSV and SAP members can participate after church services.


Virtual Small Groups:  While the church building is closed, many of our Small Groups are continuing to meet via Zoom or other platforms.

- If your group/class would like to use Zoom, please contact Dennis Webster at dwebster [AT]

- If you would like to join a small group, reach out to the contact person listed below or contact Pastor Jen at janderson [AT]

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Women's Groups

Men's Groups

Care Teams

Recovery and Support Groups


Discussion & Learning Group - Connectivity (Roseville Campus)

When: 11:00am on Sundays

This group loves to explore a variety of faith-related topics in a discussion-focused setting. 

Want to learn more? Connect with Jim or Jan House | house001 [AT] umn [DOT] edu


Water to Beer, Brewing Small Group

This new group will start May 26th and run 6-9 weeks. We will learn how to brew (for those who have never done it) and hone our craft (for those with some experience). This group is open to men and women and all experience levels.

Contact Benjamin Drietz if interested | bendrietz [AT] gmail [DOT] com


Adoptive/Foster Families

Meets periodically for discussion and fun family events

Time and location vary

Contact: Theresa Brix | theresa [DOT] brix [AT] gmail [DOT] com


Board Game Group

A time for adults/older youth to play games and have fun

Mondays at 7PM

Contact: Maureen Petersen | peters1050 [AT] aol [DOT] com


Occasional Outings

A mix of fun family activities and service activities

About once a month. Time and location vary

Contact: Linda Barrows | linda [DOT] k [DOT] barrows [AT] gmail [DOT] com


Prayer Chain

Receives emails with prayer requests from congregation

Does not meet. Just email.

Contact: Julie Elholm | jelholm [AT] centennialumc [DOT] org


Adults with Intellectual Disabilities (FLAMES)

We grow in faith through hands-on scripture lessons, service and social activities. From Wacky Olympics to puppetry, Psalms to communion, our activities reflect life for persons with cognitive and intellectual disabilities.

Zoom with Brian 3rd Sundays at 3 PM

Safe group activities monthly

Contacts: Debby Newman | debbyandeve [AT] gmail [DOT] com |  Pastor Jen Anderson | janderson [AT] centennialumc [DOT] org


Garden Team

We love to get our hands dirty so that new life can emerge!

If you love to garden, spend a few hours with us digging, planting, watering, and tending to plants on the Centennial church campuses.

Connect with Norm and Kathy Nelson at 651-633-0836  


Retired & Almost Retired Energetic Seniors (RARES)

We may be retired (or close), but there is still so much to do!

This group of energetic folks gathers once a month to eat a catered meal and enjoy a program together. The topics are educational, sometimes musical, and always informative and fun! Look for our yearly program brochure att Connectivity Point reading rack.

When? 11:45am | 2nd Thursdays of the month | Oct - Dec, Feb - May

Cost: $11 if you'd like lunch


Women's Groups

Women’s Breakfast

A time for food and fellowship

Once a month on Saturdays

Contact: Amy Elholm | elholms [AT] comcast [DOT] net


Women’s Breakfast Fellowship  

Contact: Thelma Boeder | ballingerboeder [AT] gmail [DOT] com


Women’s Night Out 

We meet monthly at various restaurants for friendship and food.

Contact: Julie Elholm | jelholm [AT] centennialumc [DOT] org


Women’s Group

A time for coffee, sharing, and prayer

Tuesdays 7:30PM, at Caribou

Contact: Carolyn Gwi | gwicarolyn [AT] gmail [DOT] com


Women's Book Group (Women's FaithWalk)

Want to gather with a group of women for thought-provoking conversation?

Then Women's Faith Walk (a book group) is for you! This group meets the last Monday of the month. Our book selections vary and include both fiction and non-fiction. Discussion leaders are volunteers from within the group. You are welcome to come one time or every time!

When: last Mondays of the month from 7:00-8:30pm

Who can come? Any woman interested in conversation and community!

How do I get a book? Wherever you buy your books (we highly recommend your local bookstore!), and we also try to use books you can find in your local library.

Connect with Liz Murray | eamurr41 [AT] earthlink [DOT] net


United Methodist Women (UMW)

United Methodist Women is a community of women whose purpose is to:

  • Know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ!

  • Seek to to develop a creative supportive fellowship;

  • To expand concepts of mission through participation in the global ministries of the church.

Who can be a member of UMW? Any woman who chooses to belong and commits herself to the UMW purpose.

What is UMW all about? The main focus of United Methodist Women, who are approximately one million women worldwide, is support of ministries that address the needs of WOMEN, CHILDREN, and YOUTH.

Interested? Want to join? Connect with: Diane Anderson


Men's Groups


Beer and Bros

Craft beer and conversation

Thursdays 9PM, at Grumpys

Contact: Eric Bjorklund | ebjorklund [AT] centennialumc [DOT] org


Men’s Breakfast

Meets monthly to eat and talk informally

2nd Saturday of each month, 8AM

Contact: Clay Helmer | in_the10ring [AT] hotmail [DOT] com


Men's Discussion Group

We value the company and fellowship of other men!

Men's ministry does a variety of activities throughout the year, including monthly conversations over coffee! 

When: Wednesdays at 7:00pm

Where: at the Caribou Coffee at I-694 & Rice. 

Who can come? All men are welcome!


Care Teams


Want to make the world a little brighter and easier for people? Check out our many options to provide care for others:


CARE Team: a task-oriented and provides concrete gifts of love to people in need (i.e. transportation, meal support, household support, etc.)


BeFrienders: compassionate listeners who are matched with seniors in Centennial’s community, and meet with them monthly to bear witness to their lives and offer a listening presence.


Funeral/Memorial Service Support Team: a group that offers logistical support to the Director of Care, Funeral Coordinator and family during funeral and memorial services at Centennial. This support includes: A/V & ushering support in the sanctuary; baking bars; and helping host large group meals. 


Prayer Chain: a team of people actively in prayer around needs that become known to the church, and commit to praying for these needs.


Prayer Shawl and Baby Blanket Team: a group that creates and provides prayer shawls for people experiencing illness, and also baby blankets for newborns, by praying as you knit them for the people who will receive them. 


To join a prayer team, contact Parish Nurse Julia Nordling:

parishnurse [AT] centennialumc [DOT] org | 651.633.7644


Recovery and Support Groups

Our groups are currently on hold due to Covid 19. 

Need more support?

Head over to the Going Through a Difficult Time? section of our website to find more ways to receive help and assistance during a difficult time in your life.


AA Group: We wish to serve anyone in the community even (and especially) if they’ve never been to a meeting before. Officially, the only requirement for membership in AA is a desire to stop drinking – we can and always gladly do make room for newcomers. James F. | centennial12step [AT] gmail [DOT] com



Want more information about a group? Want to start your own group?

Connect with Pastor of Discipleship Jen Anderson 

janderson [AT] centennialumc [DOT] org | 651.633.7644 x13