Our Theme Scripture
“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, Because He has anointed Me To preach the gospel to the poor; He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted; To proclaim liberty to the captives And recovery of sight to the blind; To set at liberty those who are oppressed; To proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord.”Luke 4: 18-19 (NKJV)
to strengthen and enrich the lives of women
Why? The purpose of Celebration is to strengthen and enrich the spiritual lives of women by helping them discover and grow in the fullness of life that God intended through Jesus Christ. This is a woman to woman ministry of sharing, encouraging, discipling, and mentoring in the faith.
What? Through Celebration, Jesus Christ is bringing salvation, healing to our spirits, souls, and bodies, and equipping us with God’s Word. Come Celebrate Jesus with us! Our vision comes from Luke 4:18-19. Celebration events always consist of praise and worship, a message from God’s Word, a time of powerful personal prayer, and sweet fellowship with like-minded women.
How can women in the local church start a Celebration chapter? First, earnestly seek God’s will through prayer. After determining the commitment level, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I participate? Explore our website for a listing of all Celebration chapters in your area, or attend our Celebration events (National Conference, Celebration United events) – dates and times located under Calendar of Events.
How is Celebration funded? All expenses are being met through offerings and donations from individuals. This ministry was created in response to God’s leading and we stand in faith that He will provide as we follow in obedience.
We aim to share the message of salvation - that through God's grace, you are saved!
We aim to release the power of God for freedom, healing, and transformation in the lives of women.
We aim to equip women in their faith through speakers, worship, prayer, and studies.
Insights & News
OUR SPEAKERS’ AUDIO FILES ARE NOW AVAILABLE!! Listen to the inspiring messages we received at National Conference, featuring Helen Perry, Rev. Carolyn Moore, and Rev. Dr. Janice Gilbert. “But make sure that you don’t get so absorbed and exhausted in taking care of your day-by-day obligations that you lose track of time and doze off,[…]
Please join us at our TAC Luncheon on May 31, 2016, 12 noon at Hilton Hotel Americas, Ballroom A. Our speaker is Jessica LaGrone, Dean of the Chapel at Asbury Theological Seminary. We are excited to hear her share about how Your Story Matters. All women and men are invited! The luncheon is $30 per[…]
Be up and awake to what God is doing! What a blessing to have a great group of ladies with us at Celebration’s Wake Up 2016 National Conference. After our time together, we are now “awake” to what God is doing in and through our lives. We learned this in many different ways as we[…]
Show appreciation for women who have made, or are making, a difference in your life by giving to Celebration. Send a gift of $25 or more (per honoree). Then tell us the women you’re honoring and the honorees will be recognized by name in our next newsletter! Click here to give.
There were two scriptures the Lord brought to mind for our Celebration National Conference this year. We had been praying for months for His plan for this event to come. In looking at our registrations, we saw that the Lord was bringing women from the east, west, north and south to Conference (Psalm 107:2-4). We[…]
Faith can be like going through a drive-through if you let it. It’s easy to stop by for scripture “sound-bites” or speed through worship service like we’re at a burger joint. But you are called to be spiritual leaders. I’m referring to being a vessel for creating God encounters here! Henry Blackaby defines a spiritual[…]
Not long after I became a first-time member of an church I was encouraged to take a spiritual gifts test. You may know those tests – the ones that force you to provide an instinctive response to various scenarios. “I can tell if a statement is true to scripture” or “I enjoy communicating the Gospel[…]