What to Expect
What to wear
Do I dress casual? Like I’m going to work? Like I’m relaxing with friends? Like I am going out for dinner? Well, the easy answer is, “Yes!” When you arrive at Calvary, you’ll find some business casual, some “Sunday Best,” and some dress casual. We aren’t concerned with what you are wearing when you join us…we just want you to join us.
Where do I park?
We have a number of spots reserved just for you, our guest, directly in front of our main entrance.
Where do I go?
It can be intimidating walking into our building, so we have greeters prepared to give you a warm smile, a bulletin, and help you get to where you are going. That being said, where are you going?
We have a great nursery and children’s program that is staffed by safe, caring and creative people. For our teens, there is a Heart for Worship time that gets together at 9:15, followed by Sunday School classes. For our adults, there are Adult Bible Fellowships that begin with Fellowship at 9:15 and include times of prayer and teaching.
As you enter our building, please feel free to ask our greeters any questions you may have. We want you to feel welcomed and comfortable.
When are your services?
Sunday School at 9:15
We have Sunday School classes for children up through adults. For information about children's classes click here. For Teen Sunday School classrooms click here. And for information about adult classes (which we call Adult Bible Fellowships) click here.
Sunday morning at 10:30
This is our main service. The Sunday morning service is focused on allowing those present to worship God in spirit and in truth. These services normally include congregational singing, musical presentations and a time of preaching.
Sunday evening at 6:00
Our Sunday evening services address various topics of interest from the Bible. They tend to be a little more casual than Sunday morning and to have a more teaching-like style.
We would encourage you to arrive about 10 minutes early so you’ll have time to park and find a seat in our auditorium.
Are you going to make a big deal about me being there?
No! Now, we can’t help it when our members introduce themselves, say hello, and ask you about yourself…but we promise not to shine any lights on you, make you stand up, or be otherwise embarrassed. As pastors, we would love an opportunity to meet you. You can find us at the Welcome Center after the service. Generally, we are pretty easy to spot, but if you are having trouble finding us, just ask the loudest person where a pastor is. Chances are good you just found one of us!