What to Expect
We’d love to have you join us on Sunday morning for our worship celebration. It begins at 10:30 a.m., and here is partly what you will find:
- Diversity. You will find a diversity of people here at Calvary...young and old, married and single, white and blue collar, college students and families, different nations, cultures, traditions, and backgrounds. But by grace, God is forming us into one family.
- Friendly people. Everyone here would love to meet you, so please introduce yourself. When you arrive, you will find a host at the door to say hello and answer any questions you may have. Please let us know what we may do to serve you while you are with us.
- A relaxed atmosphere. While we take God and his Gospel seriously, the same is not for ourselves. You will notice some people dress up for church, and others don’t. Feel free to wear what is comfortable for you.
- People who worship. Our meetings are filled with a variety of music, prayer, the reading of and preaching from the Bible.
Is It Your First Time?
Since it is your first time as our guest, we thought we’d help with some practical things you should know for when you arrive:
Our Sunday Morning Schedule. Sunday Classes for all ages take place September through May. Check out the available classes for adults. You can hang out and meet people in the lobby and at the Connections Cafe before the service; and our worship celebration begins at 10:30 a.m.
We have a drop-off area under a large canopy at the front door. So, if it is raining, or you have a large family, you can drop them off before finding a place to park your vehicle.
The Guest Services area (which is prominently placed in the lobby) is staffed by some really friendly and helpful people who can answer any of your questions. If you’d like to know more about the church, wonder where the bathrooms are, require wheelchair access or designated seating, need a hearing device - anything - please don’t hesitate to ask.
A Restless Child Seating area is available for families who strive to train their children to sit remain with them and worship as a family. This is encouraged. But if your little one gets restless or hungry, we have provided an area right outside the worship center where you can sit with your family. The glass walls and monitors in the lobby provide vision and sound so you can still take part in the worship service.
For prayer needs or to talk to the pastor or elder, assistance is available at the close of each Worship Service. Just head up to the area in front of the stage and introduce yourself to the pastor or an elder, (you'll know the elders because they wear bright yellow name tags).