Celebration is a community of diverse ages, stages, cultures, situations and stories. Below are some answers to commonly asked questions, to help you get a feel for Celebration Community Church. We hope to see you Sunday!
Where and when do you meet?
Celebration is located at 1650 S Birch St, Denver, 80222 (click here for directions & a map).
Between Labor Day and Memorial Day (Sep-May) we have two services on Sunday mornings:
9 am in the Chapel (at the south end of the sidewalk) is a service incorporating some traditional elements into the service, like liturgical readings and weekly communion, while sharing the same music, sermon, and community as the later service.
10:45 am in the Hall (in the middle of the sidewalk, after the wing of classrooms) is a spontaneous and energetic service, known for "open-mics" where we invite people to share a bit about their life with the community.
During the summer (June-August) we have one service on Sunday mornings:
10:00 am in the Hall (in the middle of the sidewalk, after the wing of classrooms) is a spontaneous and energetic service, known for "open-mics" where we invite people to share a bit about their life with the community.
During both services, you can enjoy coffee, tea, and refreshments.
What is the preaching/teaching like?
Conversational, solid, heartfelt Bible teaching...we try to apply the truths of Scripture to the realities of life.
Click here to access podcasts of previous sermons.
What kind of worship will there be?
Our aim is to create an environment for celebration, adoration, and surrender to God. The worship band blends contemporary worship and traditional hymns to create such an environment.
What should I wear?
We’re pretty casual, and want you to feel at home, so dress in a way that makes you feel comfortable!
What do you offer for my kids?
Children join us for the start of our worship service, through “Kids Time” and then are dismissed to Sunday School. At Celebration we have great Sunday School programs for 1st-5th graders. We have a Pre-K/Kindergarten class, as well as a nursery for those children and infants younger than 3 years old. For parents, we also offer a cry room where you can watch the service without worrying about a fussy baby. Check our Kids Ministry for more information.
What do you offer for my teenagers?
On Sunday mornings our teens worship with us and are very involved in serving and leading in the service. Youth Group meets on Wednesday nights and has special events at other times