We are a digital congregation but we have deep roots in the New Albany community in Southern Indiana. Our pastor and most of our congregation are proud to call this community our home.
New Albany has seen a recent resurgence of development and exciting new businesses and projects continue to make our community great. We may be across the river from the Louisville metropolis but we have an amazing community of people dedicated to making New Albany a great place to live with the highest quality of life possible. We have seen renewed interest in development in our historic downtown area and the building of a state-of-the-art riverfront amphitheater. Whether you are enjoying a meal in one of our wonderful restaurants, walking downtown to admire the public artworks, or in the Carnegie Center for Art and History, you will find it all in New Albany Indiana.
For over 180 years Centenary UMC had a physical building on Spring Street but in 2018 we sold our building to embrace a bright future continuing to serve our New Albany community and beyond with a thriving ministry of hope found in the loving arms of Jesus.