Worship

 

SATURDAY • 6:30 PM
SUNDAY • 8:00 & 10:45 AM

Calvary is worshipping ONSITE in a safe, social distancing environment. We also continue to offer On Demand worship services ONLINE. 
Click here for more details on our COVID-19 response..

Holy Week and Easter Worship

Maundy Thursday • April 1
  Traditional w/ Communion
    •  
3:45 PM (Onsite)
    • 7:00 PM (Onsite & Live Stream)

Good Friday • April 2
  Tenebrae Worship
    • 3:45 PM (Onsite)
    • 7:00 PM (Onsite & Live Stream)

Easter Vigil • Saturday April 3
  Traditional w/ Communion
    • 6:30 PM Traditional (onsite)

Easter Sunday • April 4
  Traditional w/ Communion
    • 8:00 AM (Onsite & Live Stream)
    • 9:30 AM (Onsite)
  Contemporary w/ Communion
    • 11:00 AM (Onsite & Live Stream)

 

Calvary offers worship services in several styles throughout each month. Select one, or experience them all. They all provide an opportunity to praise and glorify our living God!

Traditional Worship (Sanctuary)
Saturdays • 6:30 PM

Sundays • 8:00 AM
2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays of each month • 10:45 AM

Our traditional worship services feature liturgical worship, primarily from the Lutheran Service Book.  Music includes traditional hymns and occasional contemporary songs.  

Contemporary Worship (Sanctuary)
2nd & 4th Sundays of each month • 10:45 AM

This new service will combine the best aspects of our Calvary Connect and Celebrations services. Join us in the new year, onsite or online, as we sing a new song of praise to the Lord.

Tamil Indian Worship (Sanctuary)
4th Sunday of each month • 5:30 PM

Calvary Missions Ministry includes outreach to the Tamil Indian community.  This once a month worship and fellowship opportunity is lead by Rev. Udhayanesan Raji, Calvary's Tamil Mission Pastor.

The Sacrament of Holy Communion is a precious gift from God.  It is commanded by our Lord Jesus Christ, and is to be held in a correct manner.

Holy Communion is offered at Calvary at the conclusion of every weekend worship service.

  • The pastor will place on a plate the number of wafers
    and wine cups needed for the individual or family.
  • A receptacle will be available for you to dispose of your
    communion cup and plate before exiting the church.
  • Kneeling at the Communion Rail: If you would like to
    kneel at communion, use the kneeler next to the two
    outer tables.

Praise Where Praise Is Due

Pastor Joshua Reifsteck | April 11, 2021

Today, we begin our sermon series on prayer. “Calvary prays.” Oh that we had that reputation! What would it look like? What would it mean for our... More

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