Where Do I Park?
There is Guest Parking located in the front parking lot of our campus. Guest parking signs are posted for your convenience. Additional parking is located on the front campus areas as well as behind the campus buildings. See our campus map for marked areas.
What Should I Wear?
People come dressed in many different styles of clothes. Since our service is contemporary, most people come dressed casual. Above all, we want you to feel right at home no matter the style. You matter to us, not your clothes. Come as you are. We'll be glad you're here!
Where should I go?
The main services take place in the Worship Center, which is the largest building on campus. We have direction signs that should help you find your way around campus. If you have any questions about where to find certain classes or buildings, our folks will be more than happy to assist you in helping you make your way around campus. Our Greeters are also ready to assist in helping you and your family as you join us.
What About Childcare?
Our Calvary Kids ministry is available for all our services and activities. We have a staff of approved volunteer workers that will care for your little ones while you attend our church. We take seriously the safety and comfort of your child. We use a check in system that helps ensure the safety of your little ones. Our staff is available for any questions you may have.
What Is Your Worship Service Like?
As you enter the doors, our goal is to provide a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Coffee, water and donuts are served to offer a relaxed time of fellowship before the service. Our Greeters will greet you with a smile and will direct you to our welcome center where they will help you fill out one of our connection cards and offer assistance with any question you may have. Our service begins at 10:45am and consists of music that utilizes keyboard, drums, bass, guitars and vocals. The service lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes. We strive to maintain a God-focused time of worship that includes music, fellowship, prayer, testimony, sermon and a time of response. The sermons are Biblical, life-application messages that challenge and encourage the believer in their walk with Christ. For kids K-4th grade, we provide a great time of worship at their age level at 10:45am in the Children's Center. Parents are always welcome to bring their kids to the Contemporary service if they so choose.
Will I Be Pointed Out As A Guest?
No. We will not put any pressure on you to raise your hand or stand up. We want you to feel at home and relaxed while you are with us. We do welcome guests that may be in our services and make an effort during our fellowship time to meet you, but we don't put any emphasis on pointing anyone out. We use a Connection Card at the Welcome Center that will give you an opportunity to fill out various information about who you are and what other areas of our church you might be interested in. It's also a way to let us know how we can pray for any needs you may have.
Will Someone Ask Me For Money?
While we believe giving tithes and offerings are a biblical way for each believer to be good stewards of our income and as an act of worship, we do not expect you to give an offering while you are our guest. We would not want you to feel the need to give anything out of compulsion or guilt. It is for our regular attendees and for those who desire to give. For those who wish to give, collection boxes are located at the worship center entrance or donations can be received through online giving. The collection boxes are also the place you can turn in the Connection Card.
What Bible Version Do You Use?
Our Lead Pastor uses the ESV during his teaching time. Many in our congregation use a variety of Bible versions. God's Word is the standard of our faith and practice and we strive to maintain the integrity of Scripture no matter the translation.