C!C gears up for a big summer

Celebration! Church at the Main Farmer's Market. Photo: Jason Byers.

 

Welcome to full-on spring! At Celebration! Church (C!C), we spent a good deal of the winter preparing and getting excited for what this spring and summer will hold.

Last summer, we enjoyed spending our Saturdays with you and your kids at C!Station at the Farmers’ Market so much that we signed up for another season. This summer, we are planning some special themes and activities in addition to mainstays such as face painting and fun crafts. We hope to see you out by the train.

C!C also has other exciting plans. Our Easter 2012 service will be held in the morning (April 8, 10 a.m.) in the Normandin Room at Saint Paul University. We plan to have a number of Sunday morning services this summer in an effort to see if that time better serves our friends, families and community.

 C!C is proud to announce we have two volunteer interns joining us for the summer, one to help specifically with C!Station programs. (Stay tuned for some great events.) A second intern will help lead our band and support other campus and community efforts.

 We plan to host three different volunteer-service teams around Ottawa over the course of the summer to help run a variety of projects: children’s games in the park, construction on needy homes, and mobilizing people against human trafficking and modern slavery. We invite you to watch for flyers and signs announcing such efforts and to get involved. As always, you can check out our website for more details: http://www.celebrationchurch.ca.

 

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