Currently, we offer two identical services each weekend. They are:
- Saturday night @ 6 p.m.
- Sunday morning @ 10 a.m.
Both services offer the same music and message. Our goal in each service is to lead you into a life-changing experience with the living God through His Word, the Bible. We focus our attention on the greatness of God by singing songs that describe God's character, personality, love, and grace to us as revealed in the Bible. Our worship music is contemporary and led by a great worship band.
Our Senior Pastor is Brian Jones and he's usually the one speaking on Sunday morning. Brian has been here at Calvary since 2006 and became Senior Pastor in 2010. Click here for more information about Pastor Brian and our leadership team.
Saturday Service @ 6 p.m.
Our Saturday worship service starts at 6 p.m. This is a family integrated service, so there is no nursery or children's church on Saturday night. Bring your family and worship together.
Sunday Service @ 10 a.m.
Our Sunday worship service starts at 10 a.m.
On Sunday morning we offer a service for children ages 5 to 6th grade where they can hear God's word on a level they will understand. Children in this age group start out in the worship service with their parents, and are dismissed to children's church after our first set of worship songs. Then your children will be dimissed to go to a classroom where they will enjoy and benefit from this special time for them as much as you will enjoy worshipping and learning God's word in the main worship service.
During our Sunday worship service, we offer a clean, well-staffed nursery for infants and toddlers. Infants and toddlers are kept in the same room, but in separate areas with separate workers for their safety. Your child will be cared for in a safe, fun place while you are free to worship and learn with us. You may bring your child to the nursery before the service and pick him or her up when the service is over. We will also provide you with a pager so that you can be reached if your child has a special need during the worship service.