At Celebration, we don’t define our church as a physical building. People make our church, people who come together to worship, serve, and build community.
Together as a community, we embody the love and grace of Jesus Christ in all that we do. We commit to being a welcoming and inclusive space for people of all backgrounds and beliefs. We provide a place for people to ask tough questions, explore their faith, and grow in their relationship with God.
Celebration has faced many challenges and changes over the years, yet God walked with us. We remain committed to our mission of following Jesus and serving others. We continue to adapt and grow while providing a space for people to connect with God and with each other.
Despite the challenges we have faced, we have remained resilient, faithful, and generous this year as we:
As we dream about the new possibilities God is providing, we ask for your prayers. Please pray for our congregation’s mission and ministry. Pray for the needs of Cypress and its surrounding neighborhoods. Pray, think, and talk about your giving for the next year. Pray about what God is doing in your life, and what it means to Be The Church for you and your household.
We are excited to have you join us in returning your intention card on February 5th for Be The Church Sunday.
“We will never change the world by just going to church. WE will only change the world by being the church” - Author unknown
The church is not the pastor, the elders, or the musicians. The church, the body of Christ, is us.
Let us Be The Church – to dance, sing, create, and give with radical generosity as the hands, feet, and compassion of Christ in Cypress. Thank you for your prayers; thank you for your commitment; thank you for being part of this lively congregation.