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Stay Connected

It's a different world today than it was last month, and frankly, there's still a lot that we just don't know.

But...here's what we do know. God is still God, and the Church is not a building!

I Timothy 5 describes the Church--the people--taking care of one another and going about the business of accomplishing what God has called them to do. So let's BE THE CHURCH. Let's stay connected, reaching out through social media, emails, texts, and maybe some old-fashioned cards, letters, and phone calls. 

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Family Devotions

Family Devotion Resources

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Weekly Preschool & Elementary Videos & Parent Guides

How can you help?

FOOD PANTRY
Calvary's church family continues to care for our community through our Food Pantry. 
Current needs include spaghetti noodles, canned fruit, soup, cereal, peanut butter, Tuna or Hamburger Helper, pudding boxes, Jell-o boxes.

Drop off donations at the overhang entrance at the MR Campus.

Life has always been hard, but finding ourselves in a pandemic brings more challenges. We asked the professional counselors at Restoration Counseling to provide some resources and encouragement.
They've recommended these resources:
RightNow Media: A Free Resource

Say hello to a library of free videos that inspire faith every day.

RightNow Media is a free resource for Calvary attenders, and during this pandemic emergency, it's free to everyone! Thousand of videos available for adults, couples, singles, and kids!

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS RIGHTNOW MEDIA

Virtual Events

Stay Connected Virtually! 

We were made for relationships, and spending a lot of time isolated is not good for us. Let's get together via video with virtual events. 

Visit the Events Page to find out what's virtually going on at Calvary.

Talk to your kids about anxiety

Kids & Anxiety

During this time of uncertainty, we are all experiencing some unease, and it's natural for children to be anxious.

Here are some resources to help you talk to your kids.

Other resources: