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Would you consider serving at Celebration Church Toronto? 

 

There are many ways to get involved, and they are outlined below. The Scriptures tell us, every person has a gift. Ephesians 4 tells us, "There is one body and one spirit... and to each one of us grace was given... the whole body being fitted and held together by what every joint supplies, according to the proper working of each individual part..." 

 

Celebration Church welcomes and invites you to use your gift in this church body.

 

Here are a few statements from volunteers here at Celebration Church:

"Serving in the Body is a gift that keeps on giving. I receive so much joy to see how people are lifted in spirit as a result of what they experience in the service. For instance if I'm filming with the video camera, I'm elated when I capture someone intimate in worship or leaning forward/pressing in to receive the Word, and then seeing how those individuals' countenance lights up from what they're getting. It's such a precious gift to me.

So I call the opportunity to serve "in my Father's house" a gift that keeps giving because I honestly consider it a gift to be able to serve. It encourages my soul so much, and in that way, I'll say I'm bolstered. Yes, it takes time and energy, and is sometimes mentally & physically demanding to be in a position of service, but the end result always brings joy and pleasure, because we know that we've helped people in their walk of faith. Every day it's so very rewarding."

 

"Serving the Lord and others means I have found the  purpose of  living. To live is to serve. To serve Him means to serve others. When I look at  what  the Lord has done in my life, to serve Him and others is not an obligation but an opportunity."

 

"God has taught me to do my best for Him. This comes to me even more urgently, when missionary friends have to come back to Canada because they no longer can teach children the gospel of Jesus Christ in China (the door is closed).  This really hit home to me. So far we don't have limited restrictions now in Canada, but that does not mean that we would not have more in the future. That keeps me pressing on, while the time is open, to share the good news of salvation to everyone and anyone."