Calvary Episcopal Church is a place where spiritual seekers can gather in a safe community of faith, questioning, learning, reflecting, and sharing diverse viewpoints.
Faith formation classes are offered for adults, children, and youth on Sunday mornings, following the 10 a.m. worship service.
The Adult Christian Formation Committee (ACF), a lay-led group that seeks to nurture the faith and spiritual growth of the Calvary community through inspirational and challenging formation offerings for adults, plans classes for adults for both Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings at Calvary. Classes are led by clergy, lay volunteers, and guest speakers from local colleges, seminaries, churches, synagogues, and non-profit organizations.
Sunday morning classes for children use Godly Play as its foundation, while youth focus on learning to interact as a community of faith and learning how faith shapes their daily lives.
Koinonia, the Greek word for Community, refers to Calvary's Wednesday evening program of dinner, worship, classes, and choir rehearsals, during the fall, winter, and spring. Check the calendar for updates on Koinonia and please come and enjoy these Wednesday evening offerings:
Childcare for children ages 0-5/Orgill Room
Education for Ministry (EfM)
St. Cecilia Choir (Grades K-1) and
Boys and Girls Choir (Grades 2 and up)
Children's Activity (Grades K-5)
Genesis Maker Lab (Grades 6-12)
Calvary Ringers (handbells)
There also are opportunities for continued spiritual growth through small groups and retreats.