Meet our new Senior Pastor, Rev. Danielle Quinn!

Reverend Danielle Quinn attended Howard University, Washington, DC, attaining a BBA in Marketing, 1993. Danielle later attended St. Paul School of Theology, attaining an M.Div and graduating with honors in 2015. She also was the recipient of Brady Preaching Award. Reverend Danielle Quinn was ordained as Elder into the Missouri Annual Conference, 2022. Rev. Quinn […]

UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN!

This will probably be my last communication, via email, to you as your pastor and I do not find it coincidental that one of my final thoughts focuses on fear and discouragement. I am forever grateful to the Lord for allowing me the honor of serving Centennial! You have taught me far more than I […]

thoughts on “legacy”

“…I have no silver or gold, but what I have I give you; in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, stand up and walk.” (Acts 3:6 NRSV) according to my friend mr. webster, a “legacy” is a “gift by will especially of money or other personal property” or “something transmitted by or received from an […]

John 13 Notes

Overview Chapter 13 addresses conversations & attitudes present at the Last Supper. I find it significant that the first verse initiates the Easter story (death, resurrection, ascension). Don’t forget the question: Who is Jesus?   Foot Washing (vv. 1 – 11) Jesus’ “hour” is the beginning of the end The end of Jesus’ earthly ministry […]

John 12 notes

Overview Chapters 11&12 are the “hinge” connecting the end of Jesus’ public ministry with the beginning of the end of Jesus’ earthly life. Don’t forget the question: Who is Jesus?  Jesus Anointed (vv. 1 – 11) Probably borrowed from Mark 14:3-9 with one exception: Jesus anointed BEFORE entering Jerusalem While John connects Jesus to Lazarus, […]