Worshipping the God of creation is our duty, but it is also our pleasure. We believe worship should be both meaningful and joyful, which is why we chose the name Celebration Bible Church. Whether we’re singing songs of praise or spending time together in quiet prayer, the focal point is our God who loves us and gave His Son for us. We worship actively, enthusiastically, and with all the rich variety with which God has blessed the church over the last 2,000 years.



Teaching and living out the Scriptures is at the core of Celebration Bible Church. We place a high value on the powerful, life-giving ability of the Bible as it is understood and applied. Because of this, our Sunday and Wednesday teaching times serve as the foundation of everything that we do. We desire to present the Bible in a way that is understadable, applicable and faithful. Click here to check out some of our teachings.



At Celebration, we desire to equip our church to bring the gospel into their workplaces, neighborhoods and schools. Along with this, we partner with local organizations to be a part of ministries that meet both physical and relational needs thourgh food and clothing drives, mentor relationships and refugee resettlement. Learn more about some of the groups we've partnered with here:





We take seriously our obligation to spread the good news of salvation to others, including those who live in places we’ll never see. Celebration supports missionaries in several places around the world who work to spread the gospel through a variety of ministries.  CLICK HERE FOR MISSIONARIES




sunday school (sept-may)


The Sunday School hour at Celebration Bible Church forms the centerpiece of our Christian education ministries for young people. We have classes for all ages, from nursery up through high school, where dedicated teachers work with students in an active learning environment. We use KIDMO curriculum that leads students to interact with the Bible in learning activities and helps them explore ways the Bible can guide them through life.


Your children will find a warm, friendly environment for learning God’s Word with others their age. We’d love the opportunity to help you give them the kind of training that will serve them the rest of their lives.

Want more info? Email Beth.

awana (sept-may)


Our club program for kids ages 3 through 5th grade meets on Wednesday nights during the school year. The action begins at 6:15 p.m. and wraps up at 8:00 p.m. In between is an exciting time of singing and games. But the focal point of Awana is a Bible verse memorization program built around an exploration theme. Kids rise through the ranks from Cubbies to Sparks to Truth & Training (T&T) as they work through a series of handbooks that give them memory verses and activities to make those verses come alive. Each week every child has an opportunity to recite their memorized verse to an adult who then helps them understand how that verse relates to their life. Awards are given for memorizing verses, bringing their Bible, and other activities.

Want more info? Email Jen.

youth group


We have a vibrant and welcoming group of students who are excited to be together and learn more about who God is and what he is calling each one of us to. CBCYG meets every Sunday night during the school year from 6-8 and at different events throughout the summer. For more info, email a pastor!



sunday school (sept-may)


It’s not just children who benefit from learning the Scriptures. Adults live in a complicated world and need the guidance that only biblical truth provides. From September - May, our adult classe meet from 11:10 until noon to offer an space to explore the Bible in a small, interactive group setting. Classes change on a regular basis so there is always sometime fresh!


readers united(sept-may)


Our Wednesday night events include an opportunity for adults to get deeper into the Bible. Readers United meets from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. during the school year to coincide with our Awana program for kids. The study is informal with plenty of opportunity for discussion and interaction. This is a great opportunity to engage with God's word while your kids are growing at Awana! Come join us!

community groups



We have a variety of small groups at Celebration designed to enable you to engage with God's word and the Celebration community in an informal setting. Our centerpiece is our Community Group ministry, small groups who meet regularly in homes for study, fellowship and growth. Other groups include MORG (Middle of the Road Gang) who meet for table games and dessert and the men of Celebration who meet the first Saturday morning of each month for breakfast at a local restaurant. 


These and other small groups make sure Celebration is a lot more than what happens on Sunday mornings. They make Celebration a place to call home!