Sunday at 9:30 am
CELEBRATION is made up of real people living real lives and discovering the real love that God has shown us through Jesus Christ. Lutherans believe in the Triune God. God created and loves all the creation -- the earth and the seas and all of the world's inhabitants. We believe that God's Son, Jesus Christ, transforms lives through his death on the cross and his new life, and we trust that God's Spirit is active in the world.
We welcome all of God's Children, whatever their age, the color of their skin, the contents of their wallet, no matter whom they love, how they speak, and whatever their abilities or disabilities; for in Christ Jesus, we all are reconciled to God.
Masks and the Sharing of the Peace. Even though the Omicron variant seems to be more like the common cold than the plague, if you feel more comfortable wearing a mask in church, you are, of course, welcome to do so - and vice versa. The same with the sharing of the peace. If you feel more comfortable waving, making the peace sign, bowing or something other than shaking hands, that's OK also. As long as you're here in the community worshiping God.
Church needs You,
You need Church
Thank you for your 2022 Pledges. Your continued support of our congregation shows our strength and hope going into our future together.
Ten Years Already?
Now that the Lent and Easter craziness is over, my mind is turning a bit to next year which will be Celebration’s 10th anniversary as a congregation! How will we celebrate Celebration and its ministry?
And how about you? Do you have any ideas for what kind of events we could do that would help make our 10th anniversary special? We’re already putting together a church cookbook – ‘cause we’re Lutheran and that’s what Lutherans do. But what else can you come up with? Not necessarily something that was done at such-and-such church but try and think outside the box. Something, you know, celebratory!
And, finally, would you be willing to coordinate a short-term group/task force/whatever to make sure that things go off without a hitch? This group would only be active during the anniversary year, so it wouldn’t be an example of eternal purgatory.
So, what do you think? Maybe we’ll start some new traditions here! (After all, if a church does something more than once, that means we’ve ALWAYS done it that way. Right?)
Send your copious ideas either in person or by email to me or any member of council. We need your ideas to make 2023 Celebration’s year to remember!
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