Are You Ready to Visit Centerpoint Church - Kent Island?
Where are you located?

We meet at Cult Classic Brewing conveniently located next to Dunkin Donuts and Hardees.

1169 Shopping Center Road - Stevensville Maryland 21666

What time should I arrive?
Our Worship Service begins at 10 am.

What Should I wear?

Be comfortable! At Centerpoint, you come as you are. Most people dress casually in a t-shirt and jeans.

Please make sure to bring your mask. Masks are required at all times while inside the brewery.

Where do I park?
You can park directly in front of Cult Classic.
Where do I enter?
You'll enter through the front doors of the brewery and out welcome team will direct you into the service area.
Where do my children go?

To keep our C-kids safe, our service is currently family friendly. Once we feel we can do so safely, we will resume our

C-kids program.

What should I expect?

We are a non-denominational church filled with genuine every day people; a community of believers passionately pursuing Christ. Our service begins with contemporary music composed of a full band including guitar, keys, bass and drums. Following our worship set, we'll dive into the Word of God. On your first visit, we promise you

will not be singled out nor will you be asked to contribute to Centerpoint. Remain as anonymous as you want.

We do ask that you fill out a connection card if you would like someone to get in touch with you and or if you have

any questions about our church.

Do I Need a Bible?

We believe the Bible is God’s words for mankind to live by; the source of absolute truth. If you have one, bring it – if you need one, we have very nice ones you can use and keep.  You’ll also find lots of people using Bible apps on smart phones. For a free Bible app, we recommend YouVersion.

We offer Communion the first Sunday of every month. Anyone that has placed their faith in Jesus Christ for salvation is welcome to partake in communion.

What if I've never done this church thing before?

Great!!! The fact that you've read this far means that you are interested in giving it a try. We know that trying something new can be uncomfortable. Often times, it's a lot easier to do things with others than by yourself. If coming alone is the only thing stopping you from growing in Christ, than call a friend, coworker or relative and show up together!