Celebration of Life
Presbyterian Church (USA)
Introduction

Our name identifies our spirit: Celebration of Life - a church that deals with today, lovingly. We are in located in Mesa, Arizona on the corner of Alma School Road and Meseto Drive, between Baseline and Guadalupe Roads.
(Click here for a map.)

To read our April 2014 newsletter, click here.

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Join us Easter Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
for our resurrection celebration!
Alleluia!  He is risen!



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   Marching in the Phoenix Pride Parade April 6, 2013  

Phoenix Pride 2013 Wave

Phoenix Pride 2013 Group



Mission Statement

At Celebration of Life Presbyterian Church we acknowledge God as our creator and conscience, Jesus Christ as our redeemer and model, and the Holy Spirit as our strength and inspiration.  As the Body of Christ, we carry on His mission today in the spirit of peace and love, embracing each person as a member of God's family.  We strive to live out our understanding of the Scriptures through providing creative worship, fostering spiritual growth, enabling healing, promoting justice, and reaching out to people in need.

MLK 2012

Marching for equality, justice, and inclusivity in Mesa's
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade
Monday, January 16, 2012


CROP Walk 2011

Walking to help end hunger in the East Valley CROP Walk 
Sunday, November 13, 2011


Phoenix Pride 2011

Marching for justice and inclusivity in the Phoenix Pride Parade
Saturday, April 16, 2011


Worship

The primary activity of our life together is the worship of God as revealed in Jesus Christ.  Our worship is informal and contemporary, and it includes members of the congregation as lay leaders in each service, giving them the opportunity to share their own insights.  In our worship, we focus on the acceptance of all God's people all over the world, the hope for global peace, and Christ's command that we love and minister to the excluded, overlooked, and underprivileged.  At the conclusion of each service, we form a friendship circle where the people of the congregation can offer their own prayers of joy, thanksgiving, healing, and concern.

Sunday Worship
  • 10:00 Worship Service
  • 10:40 Church School (following Children's Time in the worship service)
  • 11:15 Fellowship Time 


Holy Communion
is celebrated the first Sunday of each month.

At Fellowship Time the congregation gathers around refreshments to catch up on life's events.

Special Services
are held on
  • Ash Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. 
  • Good Friday, 7:00 p.m.
  • Christmas Eve, 9:00 p.m. 
  • New Year's Eve, 7:00 p.m.
Worship Leaders

Click here for a copy of our brochure, The Art of Leading Worship.


Celebration of Life has been called by God to be a congregation
that welcomes and fully values all persons.  Our diversity is
a gift of God and essential to our witness to the Gospel.