Videotaped Sermons

Pastor Hans Lee; Luke 13:1-9

Pastor Hans Lee; Luke 4:1-13

Pastor Hans Lee; Luke 9:28-43a

Pastor Hans Lee; Luke 6:27-38

Rev. Dr. Yolanda Denson Byers; Luke 6:17-26 

Rev. Judie Mattison; Luke 5:1-11

Pastor Hans Lee; Luke 4:21-30

Pastor Hans Lee; Luke 4:14-21

Pastor Hans Lee; Luke 3:15-17, 21-22

Pastor Hans Lee; Matthew 2:1-12

Pastor Hans Lee; Luke 3:1-6

Pastor Hans Lee; Luke 21:25-36

Pastor Hans Lee; Mark 12:38-44

Affirmation of Baptism Statements 11/11/18

Pastor Hans Lee. All Saints Sunday Mark 12:28-34

 

Pastor Hans Lee; Mark 10:35-45

Kelly Sherman-Conroy 10/7/18 

Pastor Angela Shannon 12/3/17

 

 

What's New at Calvary

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MARCH FOOD SHELF CAMPAIGN

It’s time for the March Campaign for Calvary’s Food Shelf!

“The March Campaign is our biggest fundraiser of the year,” emphasizes Henrietta Williams, Food Shelf Coordinator. “This year’s goal is to raise $9,000 and take in 900 pounds of food and other donations.”

In 2018, Calvary’s Food Shelf served nearly 2,100 individuals from about 800 households. “Half the people are children and seniors,” laments Henrietta. “No one should have to go hungry. And the March Campaign helps ensure that Calvary can continue helping people right here in our community.”

Financial contributions give the Food Shelf the greatest flexibility. The Food Shelf can use the funds to purchase what its clients need, often at highly subsidized prices. Typically, food shelves can stretch $1 into enough food for two or three meals.

In addition, Calvary’s March Campaign will have a weekly donation focus each Sunday. The weekly themes this year are as follows:

March 17:            Cereal

March 24:            Diapers and Feminine Hygiene

March 31:            Canned Fruit

But, most important, as Henrietta emphasizes: “Please feel free to donate in whatever way works best for you. We’ll put your donation to good use!”


Wednesdays throughout Lent: Soup supper in the Lounge at 5:30

Prayer Around the Cross in the Sanctuary at 6:30 p.m.