What is worship like at Calvary?
Calvary is a liturgical church, where we follow specific church seasons and our worship follows a prescribed order of service. We gather together to hear Bible readings and a sermon. Next, we pray together. We then celebrate Holy Communion together and are sent back out into the world. Most of our prayers are found in the Book of Common Prayer.
I’m not Episcopalian. Can I come to your church?
All are welcome, regardless of faith, creed, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age. Not to put too fine a point on it: all are welcome.
I have small children. Can we attend services?
By all means. Calvary is family-friendly, and your children may either remain with you during services or you may take advantage of Sunday nursery care. There are also a number of Sunday School opportunities. Also, nursery care for children three years of age and under is available during the 10:00 a.m. service.
Am I welcome to receive Holy Communion?
All baptized Christians are welcome to the Lord's Table at Calvary Church. If you have questions or wish to know more about Holy Communion, you are welcome to speak to our clergy.