Help Clear the sidewalks this winter at the ministry center so Ministry can happen! Serve 1 or more times a month. Contact Geoff Haug at 402-637-5009
We are currently looking for a bass player for the first two Sundays of the month. Contact Josh Beckner to discuss. 402-332-7935
Thursdays 6:30 - 7:05 am
Join us at the Stony Brook Boulevard Hy-Vee dinning area to pray for the church and other prayer requests God has placed on your heart.
Dec 7, 8 AM, Men’s Breakfast
Men of Celebration join us for food, fun and fellowship as we dispel Lie #4 from 10 Lies Men Believe - "The man is the ultimate boss of his family". RSVP on the CONNECTION CARD.
Dec 8, SCRIP ORDERS
Order gift cards for Christmas and upcoming holidays or to use for your regular shopping and a portion goes back to our youth fund. Orders are due by Dec.8th. Order forms are available in the commons area or contact the church office for more info.
Dec. 15, Children's Christmas Pageant at 9 & 10:30 AM Services
Join us for a Christmas KIDMIN production of Christmas Angels. We will enjoy cookies and popcorn refreshments for the show.
Dec 15, Christmas Poinsettia orders
We will be decorating our Worship Area during the weeks preceding Christmas with poinsettias. If you would like to purchase a plant(s) in honor or in memory of a loved one, you may do so by filling out an order form in the commons area, at the church office during the week, or by calling Heidi Gaube in the church office at 402-891-7106. Each 6” poinsettia will cost $7. Please include payment with your order by Sun.,12/15.
Dec. 19, City Wide Prayer Focus
As part of our commitment to the Citywide Prayer network, Celebration has agreed to pray for the Metro area on the 19th of every month. This month’s prayer focus is "Refugees". During this month when we celebrate our Savior’s birth, we see that He understands what it's like to be a refugee, because He was one. Historically our state has been identified as a place of sanctuary and supply. Beginning with the pioneers we have been a city of refuge welcoming those from many nations. Recently adequate and safe housing for local immigrants has been in the Metro news. This has once again reminded us of their needs and concerns and our responsibility to care for those that call our city their home. May we be His heart in the Heartland for the dispossessed! For a list of scriptures and prayer points follow the link HERE.
inCOMMON Christmas Gift Card Drive
One gift card will be given to every hard-working parent and student involved in inCOMMON's programs ranging from GED, to Workforce Development, to Citizenship. Additional gift cards will be used to bring special recognition and blessing to program participants who’ve accomplished a special level of achievement this year. The deadline to turn in cards is Dec. 22. Or Celebration can collect donations and purchase cards. Just indicate “inCOMMON” on your donation check/envelope. Contact Brandy DeRuiter HERE for more information.