Registration for Celebrate 2022 is open

Boomers, builders and empty nesters are encouraged to make plans to attend MB Foundation’s fourth national gathering in San Diego, California.

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MB Foundation announces that registration is open for the fourth national gathering of boomers, builders and empty nesters. Celebrate 2022 will be held February 25-27, 2022, in San Diego, California. Registration may be completed online by visiting www.mbfoundation.com/celebrate2022 or by calling 800.551.1547.

Celebrate 2022 will be at the Bahia Resort Hotel, located on Mission Bay. The warm, sunny location will be a great place to connect with friends and meet new people, says Jon C. Wiebe, president and CEO.

“After 2019 we promised to take the event to the West Coast, and we believe the sun and sand will be a great place to invigorate us during February,” says Wiebe. “We are excited about bringing people together after months of isolation.”

Featured speakers Richard and Leona Bergstrom will focus on this year’s theme, “Reignite Your Calling.” The Bergstroms are the founders and facilitators of Re-Ignite, a faith-based ministry committed to helping Boomers who want to serve God and make a difference in the world.

“We want Celebrate 2022 to rekindle our desire to live life according to God’s call on our lives,” says Wiebe. “We believe God will inspire us and relight our passion to serve him.”

A concert by Brush Arbor will be one evening’s entertainment as they share their harmonies and acoustical sounds.

For more information about Celebrate 2022, visit www.mbfoundation.com/celebrate2022, email celebrate@mbfoundation.com or call 800.551.1547.

MB Foundation
MB Foundation is the stewardship ministry for the Mennonite Brethren church family in the United States. MB Foundation, headquartered in Hillsboro, Kansas, encourages and assists individuals, congregations and ministries in the Mennonite Brethren community with biblical financial stewardship solutions.

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