High School

Welcome to Celebration HIGH SCHOOL!

Join us at the following days/times...

Sundays | 10:45am | Maricopa High School in the Black Box Theatre.

Tuesdays | 6pm-7:30pm | Honeycutt Coffee & Cafe (44400 W. Honeycutt Rd., 109. Maricopa 85138.)

Bring a friend and join us!

Sundays are a blast, and include but are not limited to worship, games, a message and small group break outs. Then we gather on Tuesdays which allows us to strengthen Godly rapport while having fun and conversational biblical studies, play games and more. In addition, we have monthly events that are always exciting to look forward to! 

Our Student Ministry offers multiple opportunities to meet our youth where they are and provide biblical teaching relevant to their unique stage in life. Our vision and passion is to help our youth and families meet, know and follow Jesus.  We strive to do this by creating an environment for youth that effectively engages outsiders while empowering insiders.

In addition to weekend services (When we are meeting in person), small groups are a key component to our student ministry. This is a great opportunity to meet friends, share in the journey of faith and have adult leaders available to provide appropriate spiritual growth.

We are committed to helping students meet, know and follow Jesus – and have a ton of fun while we’re at it!

 
 
 
 

Social Media/Online Presence

In order to provide you and your student the entire effect of Jr. High ministry, we highly encourage you to follow our social media accounts.
 
Here we provide clean and fun content (which include the leaders and some-times students), while sharing scripture and devotionals, regularly. In a world where online engagement is at the forefront of our future, we want to provide a safe environment for our youth while offering some peace to our parents.
 
These pages also offer incredible communication between us and you! They include updates, events, and photos of what we are up to.
 
Again, we highly recommend staying connected with us online!