Small Groups

small groups


Because we believe that’s where your life is going to change the most. That’s where you are going to grow. When you can get together regularly with the same group of people where you are known, loved, celebrated, and served; that’s when you are really experiencing church the way God intended it. You will miss out on one of the most exciting parts of Celebration Church if you never even check out a small group.


Group: Zumba – Feed your spirit while taking care of your body.
Time:  6:15 PM
Leader: Blanca Gamez
Address: 2639 Sunset Dr. (church building)
Group:  All are welcome   (Meets in Christoval)
Leader: Donna Ferrel
Group: 25 to 40 years old   (Sermon Notes Study)
Leaders: Josh & Jordan Smith
Address: 3601 Rock Brook Dr. Josh: (325-315-8017); Jordan: (325-277-4088)
Group: Divorce Care
Time:  7 PM
Leader:  Jeni McGee (757-615-1285)
Address:  Church Building   – 2639 Sunset Dr
Group: Faith & Healing
Leaders: Steve & Laurie Whiteaker
Address: 2639 Sunset Dr. (Nursery Room)
Group: Mom’s Group   (Sermon Notes Study)
Leader: Amanda Fellows
Group: Women’s
Leader Cassie Francis (325-234-1641)
Group: Biblical Marriage
Time: 6:30 PM
Leaders: Mike & Lisa Hernandez  (325-212-5257)
Group: All are welcome  (50+   Sermon Notes Study)
Time: 7 PM
Leaders: Eddie & Debbie Clark  (432-770-0495)
Address: 2902 Cumberland, 76904
Group: 21 to 30 something   (Sermon Notes Study)
Time: 7 PM
Leaders: Ruben & Vanessa Ramirez  (325-212-4207)
Group: Young Adults  (18 t0 29   – Sermon Notes Study)
Time: 7:00 PM
Leader:  Keenan Clark (432-272-9331)
Address: Church Building – 2639 Sunset Dr. 76904
We have a reimbursement program for childcare needed during our small groups. 
Click this link below to submit your request for reimbursement.
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Join Team Epic


You may have seen our video on Sunday morning or on Facebook and wondered what is the best way to give to help in the remodel of Kids and Youth area.

Below is the card that was inserted in the bulletin on the first Sunday we started our fundraising campaign.  If you did not get one or saw our video and would like to give below is an image of that card.

The easiest way to give now is:

  1. Give online at:   (Select Youth/Kids remodel in drop down section next to amount)
    You also have the option online  to setup scheduled giving of 6 payments online of $25.00 a month if you are or become a registered user.
  2. You can also bring or send your gift to the Celebration Church office at  2639 Sunset Drive, San Angelo, TX 76904
  3. Just drop a check in the offering basket on Sunday morning and in the memo section of your check or giving envelope write Team Epic.

Haven’t seen video here is link:



Have a great day and Thank You so much for your support!

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Faith, Hope & Love



“We continually remember before our God and Father your work produced by faith, your labor prompted by love, and your endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Here we find three words that we do not always like paired with words that we love to put on plaques and trinkets and name our daughters…

Work, labor, and endurance.   Faith, love, and hope.

Three words that seem more masculine.  Three words that seem more feminine. (I have shopped for a little bit of Brighton jewelry in my day and I have never seen any of their stuff have the words “work, labor or endurance” on them, but lots of “faith, love and hope.”  With that said, I have seen “work, labor, and endurance” on some inspirational posters in weight rooms and locker rooms!)

I think Paul is letting us know that the second set of words… the set that you see all over Hobby Lobby… are not passive.  They are not frilly.  They are not cute and don’t exist to simply make life a little more cuddly.  These are foundation words.  These are the dig-deep and have them at the-core-of-all-that-we-do words.  Faith, love, and hope are active.  They are powerful.  They are the reason we do what we do.

Faith, love and hope are the foundries where things like work, labor, and endurance are made.  In fact, without faith, love and hope; work, labor and endurance become the adult equivalence of the silliness of children playing make believe… lots of energy is spent but nothing that lasts is accomplished.

1 Corinthians 13:11 “When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I put childish ways behind me.”

1Corinthians 13:13 “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”

Give your life to the best and highest things… faith, love and hope.  Then your work, labor and endurance will truly matter.

Brandon Clark

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