What to Expect
You have enough to think about when you’re visiting a church for the first time. Let’s get some of the necessary questions out of the way now, so when you get to Calvary you can experience the great music and friendly people, and connect with the message of hope that God has for you!
What can I expect on my first visit?
Come as you are! You'll feel comfortable in jeans or business casual wear. We’re more interested with meeting your real life needs than with what you wear.
As you enter the building, we make sure the first face you see at Calvary has a smile on it! Whether you are looking for the kid’s programs or just a cup of coffee before the service starts, a Hospitality volunteer will be nearby to help you get where you need to go—just look for the green shirts! You can pick up any information you may need at the information Kiosk in the Atrium.
Age-appropriate services for the kids. If you have children, we know that your children are looking for a FUN place to learn! You'll want to take advantage of our safe and secure children's programs designed just for kids from birth to grade 5. Your jr.highs grades 6 - 8 will also enjoy their own program.
We recommend you arrive about 10-15 minutes before the service so you won't feel rushed.
Our ushers will welcome you into the Auditorium, hand you our information-filled program and direct you to a seat. Then, you’re free to give the service a test drive—sit back, relax, and enjoy the service! When the offering time comes, please know that you are under no obligation to give, and we really mean that!
Giving is an act of worship for those who call Calvary home.
Creative and powerful worship service
Calvary uses its resources in innovative ways, striving to communicate the 2,000-year-old message of Christ in a manner that appeals to people today. The message is powerful by itself, but it becomes personal and memorable when supported with a combination of powerful music, creative illustrations and video clips—taking God’s truth from the complex to the simple. It's real and relevant.