9:00 AM – Traditional Worship
10:30 AM – Contemporary Worship
What to Expect
We hope that you will join us on Sunday morning to discover what we at Celebration are all about. At Celebration, we’re not worried about what you wear, because life is more than what’s on the outside of our bodies. (As a matter of fact, the Bible says that while humans look on the outside of others, God looks on the inside!) So we want you to be comfortable, which means jeans are OK. But if you’re in more of a dressier mood then that’s OK as well, and you’ll probably see some others who are dressed the same.
Our 9:00 service is a Traditional Worship service. This service, led by Alan Bunn, is comprised of hymns and traditional songs, accompanied by the piano and a choir.
Our 10:30 service is a Contemporary worship service. This service is driven by electric guitars and drums where the newest worship music is led by Zac Martin.
We work to provide engaging, relevant, and helpful messages from God’s Word (the Bible) that make a difference in your daily life. We offer a safe worship environment where you, regardless of where you are in your spiritual journey, can hear from and respond to God as you learn more about who God is, about His great purpose for your life, and about how God can help you fulfill your purpose.
During the worship services, we have age-appropriate classes for children: birth through grade 5. So your children will be well cared for and will have fun learning about God and His love for them.
If you have questions about our worship or what happens on Sunday mornings, please let us know.
9:00 Worship – Alan Bunn
10:30 Worship – Zac Martin
Zac has a passion for music and a heart for worship. In addition to leading Celebration’s contemporary worship service, he spends his days working as a software developer and his nights serenading those in need of a song. Zac has a wife, two daughters, a shelter dog, and a paradoxical love of both nature and technology. In his spare time, he enjoys reading science fiction, binge-watching streaming television, and talking about things that happened in the ’90s.