Lots of Ways to Get Involved.
Kids Culture Overview
We’ve all heard it, and possibly even said it before, kids are our future! At Calvary, we truly believe in making an investment in our children’s lives. We teach them how to live, love, learn, lead, and laugh through our program with Bible stories, activities, games, friends, and fun, while relating it practically to their lives. We hope to see you soon!
Student Culture Overview
Student Culture Movement is a group of teenagers that are passionate about seeing their generation radically changed by the power of the Holy Spirit. Through prayer, worship and intentional discipleship we have seen God move in the lives of young people and believe that this next generation of leaders is what God will use to change the world
We offer a number of small groups at Calvary Church! We want everyone who comes to be connected, belong, and have every opportunity to grow in their faith. We believe small groups are one of the best ways to accomplish this!
Calvary’s men’s ministry has received a bit of a recent re-work! We are now offering a Monday night Men’s group for Men to come together in prayer and grow together.
Looking for a place to connect? Then why not join us for one of our great events! Whether it’s one of our Women’s Connection evenings, regional conferences, or a gathering for a day of shopping and dinner; there’s always something on the go from our WC Team!
Together is Better
Our Seniors’ Ministry meets once a month for a time to connect, socialize, encourage, and of course, there’s always some good food involved! Whether it’s dinner, a luncheon, event, or ministry opportunity; there’s always something on the go! So please join us, we’d love to see you!
At Calvary Daycare we feel privileged to care for precious little ones and look forward to “growing” as a family! We are here to assist with childcare needs, support parents/guardians and help enhance children’s early learning experiences. Together, with the community, we can continue to make Calvary Daycare a “Place Where Children Grow.”