Celebration Midweek – January 9

Nothing is better than a luncheon indoors with friends from Celebration during the winter!  Join us this Sunday, January 13 after church.  Sign up at the info booth to bring an item!  This is one of the best meals you will ever get!

We are partnering with the YMCA to host a class for people at high-risk of diabetes!  It starts January 21 at 1:00PM.  WHY?  13% of people over age 20 in Muskegon County are diabetic.  Many more don’t even know they are at risk of becoming diabetic where your life will dramatically change, especially your insurance rates.  For many, this can be prevented.  Contact Pastor Matt or the Muskegon YMCA for more information about this class.

Every loving parent wants their children to succeed in life.  The Play to Learn class helps parents start their child down this road.  It is a great way for parents to learn how to read and interact well with their children.  The class resumes this Friday, January 11 at 10:00AM in the Fireside Room.

Next Meeting — Jan 20, 5:30-7:30PM.  – Lesson: Telling the Story”

Jan 11, Play to Learn, 10AM
Jan 13, Soup, Salad, & Pie Luncheon, after church
Jan 13, Facilities Team Meeting, after church
Jan 14, Council Meeting, 6:30PM
Jan 15, Book Club, 6:30PM at IHOP
Jan 16, Women’s Bible Study, 10:30AM
Jan 20, Seeker Small Group meets in Classroom #1 after church
Jan 20, Youth Group Meeting, 5:30 in the Fireside Room
Jan 21, Diabetes Prevention Class, 1:00PM in Classroom #1
Jan 24, Pray For Muskegon
Feb 8, Church Game Night, 6:30PM

Please join us in prayer for these requests.  This is the work of us ALL as the body of Christ!

Pray for increased funding for Gambler’s Anonymous Programs due to the impending construction of a casino in Fruitport in a few years.
Pray for Marilee Schut who is back home recuperating after a fall and subsequent stay at the hospital.
Pray for  Roger & Sheri Doctor’s niece, Pam, who is battling cancer.
Pray for Patti Lacy’s friend John who has stage 4 liver cancer.Pray for Erin who had a baby on December 26 while her husband is still in Afghanistan.
Prayers for Ruth’s health and her work environment at AGS to improve.
Prayers for the Olmstead family in the tragic death of their son, Marcus.
Prayers for our leaders in Washington and that the government shut-down will be solved.
Prayers for our children.
Prayers for June that she may receive a possible grant to get her teaching degree.
Prayers for our church and wisdom in finding a new music ministry director to lead us.
“Pray for my grandpa who fell last night and broke bones in his face.  Pray for healing and healing.  Thank God he is still here with us!”
Pray for those enduring depression and suicidal thoughts.
Pray for safe travels for work.
Pray for good transitions back to school for our students.
Pray for Jenna’s brother as he recuperates from arm surgery.  Pray for her mom who is having breathing issues.
Pray for boldness to share Jesus with words and actions.
Pray for the people of Celebration to grow in knowledge of and trust in Jesus as their Rescuer and Leader in life.
Pray for Pastor Dave who is leaving Muskegon area to lead another church in Missouri.
Continue to pray for our search for the next Director of Worship Arts at Celebration.
This note came from Janet from Muskegon Pregnancy Services: “Words cannot express my gratitude for your help with two of my clients at MPS – Deseray and ANgel.  Both of these young women are trying to make changes in their lives for the good and your kindness and that of your church are so appreciated!  Thank you so much for caring and your help!”
Pray for Pastor Barry and his work at the Rescue Mission.
Pray for a year of making disciples at Celebration!
Pray for our search for our next Director of Worship Arts and Communications Specialist.
Praise God for our students!

World Missions Prayers: NORWAY
Pray for a movement of the Holy Spirit among the 86% of the population who are church members but do not attend worship.
Pray for vibrant churches to be planted in Oslo among Muslim and Asian immigrants.
Pray for spiritual awakening among increasingly secular high school and college students.

Author: Celebration Community Church

It’s nearly impossible to come to Celebration Community Church and not feel welcomed and loved!

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