Celebration International Church is a faith community that is radically committed to helping people find hope through a relationship with Jesus. We are compelled and defined by these core values. To see this lived out firsthand, we invite you to be our guest at one of our worship gatherings.
What to Expect
Our message is focused on how a personal relationship with Jesus can transform our lives. The atmosphere is relaxed and focused on connecting with God, as well as with each other. We do not have a dress code, so wear what you feel most comfortable in. We are passionate about praising God through singing and dancing, not as a performance but as an act of glorifying our savior together. We invite you to stop by our café before or after service to meet some new friends and enjoy a treat. If you have kids, our JAM Kids (Jesus And Me) ministry is an exciting place for children nursery age through 12. On the fourth Sunday of the month, we give kids ages 6-12 the opportunity to worship with their parents in the main service. Our Solid Rock Youth ministry has a special service Fridays at 7pm for middle school and high school students.
Our church is part of a fellowship known as the Assemblies of God. For a detailed list of our shared fundamental beliefs you can visit the ag.org/beliefs.
Pastor Brian was born in Brazil and raised in Massachusetts. Having grown up in church, his faith was always a guiding core value. At the age of 23, he encountered Jesus in a much more personal way and decided to pursue the Lord with greater passion.
That pursuit a few short years after, led him to transition from the corporate business world and into ministry training at Northpoint Bible College in Haverhill, MA. There he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies and Pastoral Ministries. He also has a Bachelor’s degree in International Business from Johnson & Wales University.
Brian has called Celebration International Church “home,” since 2008. In 2010, he began serving in various capacities under the former Lead Pastor. That same year, at a church function, he met his wife Nathalia. She has a degree in Sociology and works in the social services field. They have been married since 2016 and have two children, Micah and Charlotte.