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.
In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.”
On Christ the solid rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand.”
“Be still, and know that I am God.” Psalms 46:10
Insights & News
Having a prayer plan can enrich your prayer life. Jesus gave us a perfect plan in Matthew 6:9-13 and Luke 11:1-4 when the disciples asked Him how they should pray. The Lord’s Prayer today is a part of many Christians’ worship and prayer plan. Martin Luther gave his interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer to the Read more about The Lord’s Prayer: A Focusing Prayer[…]
In 1873, Horatio G. Spafford wrote the words to this song after experiencing great tragedies in his family. His wife and four daughters were on a ship that collided with another vessel and sank. Of his family, only his wife survived. As he sailed to be with his grieving wife, in the area where the Read more about It Is Well With My Soul[…]
On Tuesday, May 30th, Celebration once again had the privilege of hosting a luncheon at The United Methodist Church’s Texas Annual Conference. Celebration sisters and fresh faces alike were wowed by the poignant message delivered by Rev. Kaitlyn in which she encouraged each of us to stand firmly rooted in Christ. As Christians, at times Read more about Rooted In Christ | TAC Luncheon 2017 News[…]
Celebration Women’s Ministry has touched the lives of many women through the years and there to document it all was our newsletter, which was always well written and printed with great care. This month, Celebration is celebrating the printing of its 100th newsletter! To honor this occasion, we will blast to the past and see Read more about 100 Issues of Salvation, Healing, and Equipping[…]
Psalm 118:24 reads, “This is the day that the LORD has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it.” (ESV) Every year at National Conference I am amazed at how much God reveals to us both collectively and individually. This year there were ladies and youth who came with brokenness and left renewed and Read more about ‘Covered’ National Conference 2017 Highlights[…]
Frankie Watson from Jones Memorial’s “Experience Celebration” Chapter gave her team some great updates from this past weekend’s National Conference 2017! Our Girls at the National Conference Friday-Sunday, March 3-5, 2017 Hyatt Regency North Hotel – Houston, Texas Pastor Enid and Company @ the National Conference “COVERED” (12) Adult Read more about News From Conference – Jones Memorial UMC[…]
On February 9th, Judy Graham, our National President, and Administrative Assistant, Mary Filer, had the privilege of meeting with Bishop Scott Jones, our new Bishop in the Texas Annual Conference (“TAC”). We shared the history of Celebration, our current happenings across the U.S., and the origin of the TAC Prayer Room that Celebration initiated over Read more about A New Connection with TAC Bishop Scott Jones[…]
In 2 Corinthians 5:20, we read that we are ambassadors for Christ, imploring people to be reconciled to God through Jesus. Paul tells us in Ephesians 6:20 that he was an ambassador in chains, and asked for prayer that he might speak boldly as he should speak. The definition for the Greek word “presbeuo,” (ambassador), Read more about Who is an Ambassador?[…]
Please visit our e-store to register for our luncheon that takes place at Texas Annual Conference on May 30th, 2017.
We invite you to join us at our National Conference. The Hyatt team invites you too! So before February 17th, reserve your guest room at the Hyatt Regency North Houston. Click here to book online. You may also call the Hyatt directly at 800.233.1234 (mention Celebration for group rate). Rooms for 1-2 ladies are $89 Read more about “Covered” conference will be at the newly-renovated Hyatt![…]