Staff, Deacons & Volunteers
Celebration Community Church
is to make
people aware that God called
each of us, as
equals, in the service of
Our mission is one of
empowering people to
do justice in the world and
compassion, as exemplified
life of Jesus Christ.
A Proud Black Tie Recipient 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010,
2011, 2012, 2013
Rev. Carol West
2010 Kuchling Humanitarian Award Recipient
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908 Pennsylvania Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76104
***Event Line Ext. 307***
9:00 AM-4:00 PM Monday-Friday
Sunday Morning Services
9:00 AM and 11:00 AM
Dinner 6:00 PM and WNL 7:00 PM
6:15 PM Praise Team
7:15 PM Choir
CCC Mission &
Fellowship Hall 11:00 AM
Our Sunday School program offers a Nursery for ages 0 – 2 years of age. In
addition, children ages 3 – 11 years old are invited to join in the Bible
based activities, songs, crafts and snacks offered by our Sunday School
program. The Sunday School room and Nursery are located off of the main
hallway in the fellowship hall. Come and join in the fun.
It took 38 people with the commitment to rent this facility
that makes us Celebration Community Church! It will take the
commitment of all us to continue the dream of making our
church the facility for all of our community. The Rev.
Carol A. West Community Center Capital Campaign has begun.
The Capital Campaign Committee is hosting several lunch
events to discuss the campaign and ask for your financial
commitment to enable Celebration Community Church to be a
larger presence in the community. If you have received
an invitation for one of our Sunday luncheons, please call
Charla at 817.335.3222 to confirm.
Counseling services are available at the Barron
House Counseling Center. Should you desire these services, please call
817-335-3222, extension 105. Barron House has independent counselors and
appointments are available weekdays, evenings and Saturdays. Fees are
based on a sliding scale.
are a non-denominational Christian congregation of 300 plus
members located in the heart of Fort Worth's hospital
district. Our backgrounds are varied and diverse. Our
congregation consists of people who come from well over
forty religious backgrounds. We have found that people from
diverse religions can indeed worship together in unity.
an all inclusive church
welcome all people here at Celebration and believe you will
be comfortable worshipping here.
Browse throughout our website and learn about us. It is our
hope that you will find, through the website, that we are a
welcoming church full of loving people who are sincerely
interested in serving our God and the community of
event you are looking for a church home, we invite you to join us for worship.
We will be waiting for you.
Continue Your Prayers For
Betty Jean Willbanks, Elaine DeMartini, Pat David, Joseph
Windle, Carrie Evans, Cherie King, Annah Faith Cook, Joseph
Legulisses, Joe Garza, Randy Shugart, Ken Eckert, Barb
Maier, Teri Huffman, Caren Wooldridge, Bill Pyeatt, Jackie
Wells, Jean Sterling, Jackie Moran, Barb Seargeant, Glenda
Gardner, Wayland Harville, Bear Ehlinger, Mary Emmett, the
Friends and Family of Steve Riegel
Celebration Event Line / Ext. 307
It’s amazing the information you can get by calling
817-335-3222 extension 307! If you haven’t been to church in
a while, or haven’t checked the church’s website, just call
and you will find out what is going on at the church. Yes,
there are still some who think we are only open on Sunday,
but there are a lot of activities that happen each week.
Don’t forget, you can also sign up to volunteer for some of
the events that are coming up. What a way to get to know
your fellow church members. Give us a call!
Sign up to give by
credit card and receive your choice of a CCC shirt, cap or visor with
Celebration’s new logo! Giving by credit card ensures that your
offering is here even if you are not. We ask that you prayerfully consider
your contributions to your church. Write “credit card” in the red book
accompanied by your contact information or
contact Pam Whites in the church office at
CCC News & Events!
Tuesday March 4
Plan to join us on Tuesday, March 4 at 6 pm for a Shrove
pancake dinner where we’ll be serving all-you-can-eat
pancakes. Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday, is
the last day before the beginning of Lent and a day for
using up ingredients to make treats that many will give up
during Lent. Please write
"Shrove" in the attendance pad if you plan on attending.
Plan now to join us on March 5 for our annual Ash Wednesday
service. Dinner will begin at 5:30 pm and we invite you to
join us for our Ash Wednesday Service held in our sanctuary
at 7 pm. Ash Wednesday is the beginning of Lent and a
reminder to us of our own mortality. The season of Lent is
prior to Easter and has been observed for fourteen
centuries. Lent comes from the Saxon lengthen-tide,
referring to the lengthening of the days and the coming of
spring. This forty day period of abstinence recalls the
fasts of Moses, Elijah, and Jesus, all of which–according to
scripture–lasted forty days. Join us at 7 pm for this
wonderful and meaningful service.
It Up Tuesday March 11
Are you interested in tuning up your exercise program,
interested in fine tuning you're eating habits? Then come
join Charla Shobe and Sara Hencke for a fun support group on
Tuesday evenings from 6 to 7:30 in the Fellowship Hall for a
fun workout and healthy eating tips! We will work out,
introduce you to a new book on healthy eating, share recipes
and maybe even cook a little! This program will begin on
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 6:00 pm.
Palm Sunday Service 9 & 11 am
Easter Celebration 9 & 11 am
Start your week out on Mondays by helping the Ugly Quilts
team in making sleeping bags for the homeless. This is a
wonderful way to help a select group of people stay warm in
the winter. Join us Monday evening at 6:30 pm if you’re
interested in helping. Extra supplies are also needed to
make these quilts, so if you have old sheets, comforters and
blankets, this would be a tremendous help.