We are meeting in person for worship and people are asked to sit in the same seat each week. We will still be requiring social distancing and face masks for the foreseeable future. Our number one priority is the safety of anyone who comes into our building. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to worshiping with you!!


In life, in death, in life beyond death, God is with us!



Celebration on the Lake Church is an interfaith community where persons of all faiths, all races, sexual orientations, and economic circumstances are honored and welcomed. We celebrate our unity in our diversity. We are a congregation who believes in passionate worship, radical hospitality, and extravagant grace. We seek to be God’s people in the world in our love and service to our community.


Ever since she was 12 years old, Rev. Mary Clair Lowrance wanted to be a minister. And for the past 27 years, she has been involved in ministry. She has served as pastor of small churches and large churches. She has been minister to older adults, youth, and children. She has directed pastoral care and congregational life. Her ministry has also included being a hospice chaplain.
“We don’t know what the future holds, but we definitely know who holds the future! We have trusted God who has led us this far and God will continue to guide our journey and direct our dreams we have for our Church and for our community.”

We’d love to pray with you! Please complete the form below to submit your prayer request and our staff and volunteers will pray for you this week.


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Church History

A group of friends with weekend homes on the lake began to miss the fellowship of the church and approached Rev. Carol West of Celebration Community Church in Ft. Worth (who also has a weekend home here) to help us out! Carol and CCC agreed to get us started in 2003. We met for the first time on April 5th of that year, quickly growing with not just weekenders but full-timers too! Carol continued to come down and conduct services on Saturday mornings for about 2 years; We spun off on our own at that time, under the very capable leadership of Kathy Bowser. We moved into our new 4800 sq. ft. facility on May 31, 2009, and are now better able to serve the lake community. God has truly blessed us!