10:00AM - Worship Gathering

11:15AM - Peer Groups 

  6:00PM - Youth Group  




6:15PM - Awana

community groups


Community Groups are a network of small groups of 7-12 people that meet together in homes during the week to eat, laugh, learn, share and grow together. We believe this is an essential part of the Christian life and encourage everyone who calls Celebration Bible Church 'home' to be involved in one of these groups. Contact Pastor Jim for more information, or fill out and drop off a Community Group Information Card on the back Info Desk.

sunday electives


We find value in digging a bit deeper into Scripture in a setting that is welcoming and helpful for discussion, questions and dialogue. We also believe it is important to connect with others who are in the same place in life as you. That's why we spend 11:15-12:10 on Sunday mornings in Sunday Electives. This is a great time to get to know and learn along side others in the CBC community who you can relate to in a different of ways. Stick around after morning worship for a time of fellowship and growth! See a pastor or elder for more information

youth group


We have a group for both Junior High and High School students that meets on Sunday nights from 6:00-8:00pm to have fun and learn more about following Jesus. During the summer, we have a packed schedule of events and outings. To learn more or to find out what is coming up, check out our YOUTH section.

breakfast clubs - 1st & 2nd saturday


Each month, our men and women spend a Saturday morning chatting about life during breakfast clubs. This is a great way to get to know others in the CBC family while enjoying a tasty meal. Come along!

Men's Breakfast - 1st Saturday: Sports Center Cafe at 8am

Ladies Breakfast  - 2nd Saturday: Grandville Russ's at 9am



Spring 2022 Sermons - Luke

Every year, our spring sermon series is dedicated to listening and learning from the life of Jesus and this year we are working through the Gospel of Luke. Join us each Sunday morning as we encounter the teachings, miracles and life of the most significant man to ever live - the incarnation of God himself. Our series in Luke's gospel will lead us to our resurrection celebration on Easter morning. 

tenebrea - friday, april 15 @ 7pm

Each year on Good Friday our church family gathers for a service of darkness. While we love to celebrate the joy of Easter, it’s important for us to first gaze deeply into the shadow of the cross. By doing this we are able to more fully embrace Christ’s love for us and the power of God that was displayed when he was raised from death. We will be joined by friends from a few local GGF churches for this year’s service. Make this evening a priority for you and your family.

sunday peer groups


We value our Sunday worship services, but also know that there it really important for our church family to have a time to meet together in smaller groups with people in the same place in life as you to talk about faith and life in a smaller setting. Each Sunday morning in the fall we hold our peer group sessions to do exactly this! Stick around to meet someone new or grow closer to old friends in these intentional and relaxed groups. Our current groups range from W.H.A.M. (Wise Happy And Mature!) to 20ish. Make peer groups a part of your Sunday morning with us!

men's and women's bible study

if you are looking for a group to connect with and dig deeper into scripture, we have mid-week Bible studies to help you do just that. Our Men's Group meets every other Monday from 2:00-3:00pm at the church and our Ladies' Group meets on Tuesday Night's at 7:00pm. For more information on locations or subjects for either of these group, contact Jim

family sunday - ​every 5th sunday

At CBC, we are intentionally multi-generational as we believe the church is at its best when it is serving and being served by all people. Whenever we meet on a 5th Sunday, we take a break from children's church and welcome our families to stay and worship together. These services will have contributions from our children, youth and senior to celebrate the diversity of our community.