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Summit Worship made their debut at the Back in Black Luncheon Fundraiser on Sunday after several months of practicing. They did a great job and we look forward to seeing their progression! Eventually, they will be leading the youth group in worship on Wednesday evenings. Practice makes progress and we are proud of their dedication! Please pray for our band to continue to bond with each other and grow as a team as they use their God-given gifts to bless us and glorify God!
Wednesdays 6:30-8 PM, Middle & High School Youth Group
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Contact Youth Director Dawn Lewis for questions.
Click the calendar button below to see our planned activities.
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Snow Angel

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


Worship Team

We are currently looking for a bass player for the first two Sundays of the month. Contact Josh Beckner to discuss. 402-332-7935



Upcoming Events

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. 

Sow the Word in 2020:


In 2020, we are going to "Sow God's Word" into our lives! Together as a congregation, we will be focusing on key passages of scripture--to read, to meditate and to be transformed by the power of God's Word! Each month, there will be a theme and key verse for our focus. 


Here is how you can dig deeper.

1. Connect with our daily readings

These brief daily readings will dig even deeper into the theme for the week, helping you reflect on how to apply God's Word to your daily life more effectively. You can receive these readings through an email, by joining the facebook group, or by requesting a written copy of the readings (you can do more than one). Sign up to connect on your connection card Sunday morning or by contacting Pastor Dawn HERE or call (402)-490-2542. Be sure to let us know what format you would like for the readings.

2. Reflect in a small group

Every Wednesday, 6:30-8:00 pm there is a discussion group where we reflect on the messages from Sunday in a small group format. Contact Pastor Dawn for more info.

3. Join us for worship on Sundays

Each week, the Sunday message will teach further into the monthly topic. If you are unable to join us in person due to illness or work, you can catch the message through Facebook Live, through our sermons page on the website here or through subscribing to our Youtube channel. Content will be updated typically by Wednesday of that week if you like our Facebook page or subscribe to our Youtube channel you will be notified when content is ready for viewing. 

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.

Dec 20, 6:15 PM, Caroling at Aksarben Village Senior Living


Do you enjoying singing Christmas Carols? Join us at Aksarben Village, located at 1330 S. 70th street to bless seniors with a night of caroling together. Respond to this email to receive more info.

Dec 22, 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.


Dec 29, Pancakes, Pajamas and Praise

 Hey kids, come to church in your pajamas on December 29th! Let’s ring in 2020 with food, games & fun! 

Jan 4, 8 AM, Men’s Breakfast 

 Men of Celebration join us for food, fun and fellowship. RSVP to Darrell Busch at

Jan. 12th, Pre-Annual Meeting Information Session


Immediately following second service. A brief session to introduce 2020 budget and nominees for elected positions. There are forms in your bulletin (and in the office) if you would like to nominate a church member for one of the open positions. Forms can be returned in the donation basket or the office. 

Jan 26, Noon, Annual Meeting & Potluck