What to Expect
If you are considering joining us on a Sunday morning, here are a few things you may be curious about or at least we think you may want to know...
What is the worship like and what should I wear?
Our Sunday worship service begins at 10:30 am and ends around 11:30 am. Our people are friendly, our services are informal, and our sermons are biblical. We describe our musical style as blended (contemporary and hymns). The songs are Christ-centered and we believe you'll enjoy the worship experience.
If you are wondering, "what should I wear?" the answer would be whatever clothes you are comfortable in. We are less concerned about what you are wearing and more concerned with what God is doing in your heart and life.
Before and during the worship service.
When you arrive at Calvary help yourself to a snack and some coffee in the foyer before service. If you have any questions please find one of the greeters at the rear of the sanctuary and they will answer your questions or find someone who can help you.
As the worship service begins we typically start with singing. You may recognize some of the songs from the Christian radio or classic Christian hymns from the past. There is a chance some of the songs will be new to you. Our hope is that you can enjoy the band and more importantly, connect with the Lord. We then hear a message from God's Word that is meant to encourage and challenge us in our faith.
What about my kids?
The care and education of your children is a priority in our church. Children, 6 months - 3rd grade, are dismissed to nursery and children's church before the sermon during our worship service. We also have Sunday school classes at 9:15 am during the school year for 3 years old - adult.
What happens after worship?
As the service comes to an end we encourage you to stick around and meet people. Our pastor always likes to meet new people and answer questions, so please feel free to approach him and introduce yourself.
We are genuinely looking forward to meeting you. Hope to see you this Sunday!