Must Read Celebration News

So impressed with the Celebration Carnival on Saturday! Great job Julie Bytwerk and the crew!  Loved seeing Community Police Officer Armondo talking with everyone and handing out badges!  Can’t wait till next year!

There will be no OASIS this Sunday for children ages kindergarten through 4th grade.  There will be “Busy Bags” available if needed.

18 Apr - Wall04.jpgBUILDING PROJECT!
Two things: 1) Stay tuned for ways you can be involved in the construction or just helping to beautify the building. 2) Also, funds are still needed to complete the project.  Remember to get your pledges in.  Thanks.

Baby Basics will restart on Wednesday, May 2nd, at 10am.  After working on gifts for an hour, we will go to the Muskegon Pregnancy Services for a tour, short film and lunch. We’ll be bringing some of our pillowcase gifts along to be given to the girls on completion of their Life Plan Program. We are excited to be working with this organization as well as Love Inc.  Please let Sue DeBoer know if you can come.

The Wednesday Women’s Bible Study will start, again, on May16th. We’ll use the apostle Paul’s letter to the Corinthians in search of answers on how to get along with one another. Workbooks are on the way. Please consider joining us for this informal time as we learn and grow together.

Apr 27, Play to Learn Class, 10AM in the Oasis Room.
Apr 29, Small Group Leaders Meeting, Noon
Apr 30, Youth Ministries Adult Leaders Meeting, 7:00PM at church
May 2, Baby Basics, 10AM
May 3, National Day of Prayer Events: Noon rallies, 7PM service
May 6, Youth Ministries Year-End Party, 6:00PM in Fireside Room
May 16, Women’s Bible Study, 10:30 in Fireside Room.
May 20, Congregational Meeting after church
NOTE: The Wild Game Dinner has been postponed to Fall due to construction.


  • Pray for Mike Straley who fell Sunday at church.  He is at home but has a broken nose and is in a little pain.
  • Pray for Matthew DR and his prominent role in the Mona Shores Fiddlers.
  • Pray for students feeling anxiety and stress at school.
  • Pray for Scott’s mom who has cancer.  Be with all those who battle cancer.
  • Praise God for a successful surgery for Larry, Ray & Eddie Anderson’s friend.  He is cancer-free!
  • Pray for Lynn Pluger’s bone marrow transplant today, Wednesday April 25, and the long road of recovery.
  • Praise God for allowing us to move forward with the new building construction.  Pray for the additional funds needed to complete the project.
  • “I am so thankful for so many caring and thankful people at Celebration.”
  • Pray for those battling bad habits in their lives.
  • Pray for those battling depression.
  • “Thanks for those who make coffee at church!”
  • Pray for Annette going through a rehab center again. May God give her all she needs for it to be successful.
  • Praise God that Makenna will not need more surgeries!
  • Pray for the leadership of Celebration.
  • Praise God for a wonderful carnival this past Saturday!  May God us it to help us impact our area for him!
  • Pray for those with unspoken medical issues.
  • Pray for those who have unsatisfying jobs.
  • Pray for new efforts to reach those who don’t know Jesus…yet.
  • Pray for those having financial difficulties due to poor choices or to “perfect storm” situations.
  • Pray for Dave DeBoer’s brother Dave who is going in May to visit Brenda from Orphans Unlimited in Mozambique.
  • Pray for those who have been in a “spiritual valley” for a while with little hope in sight.
  • Pray for unity among Christians.
    World Missions Prayers: PRAY FOR JAPAN
  • Pray for the Gospel to take root in Japanese culture and no longer be perceived as a western religion.
  • Pray for drifting, over-worked, and anxious youth to find freedom in Christ.
  • Pray for the unity of God’s Spirit to demolish barriers dividing the 120 different denominations.
  • Watch the Youtube video below to pray specifically for this country []

Pastor Matt Eenigenburg
Celebration Community Church
1260 W. Sherman Blvd.
Muskegon, MI 49441
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(231) 571-4137

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