Men of Calvary
You therefore, my son, be strong in the grace that is in Christ Jesus. And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to faithful men who will be able to teach others also.
2 Timothy 2:1-2
Men’s Fireside Bible Study meets the first Saturday night of every month at the fire pit at 6pm.
Spring Conference hosted by Calvary Chapel in Rockland.
Our own June Men’s Retreat to Cape Cod.
Other fellowship opportunities throughout the calendar year.
Women of Calvary
She is clothed with strength and dignity and she laughs without fear of the future.
Weekly Bible Study on Tuesdays at 9:30am – contact us for more information.
Women of Calvary Fellowship Night- Second Friday night of the month, 7pm
Special fellowship opportunities are offered throughout the year, including Spring and Christmas events.
Throughout the year, we seek to plug into local (and beyond) functions on a larger scale, either through partnering with other evangelical churches, or through tapping into what is offered within the Calvary Chapel Association family of churches.
Our worship ministry plans out and provides worship for our weekend service. We want to maximize our passion for God’s greatness in our own hearts and in the world that we live in. Our church gathers to worship God on Sunday and scatters the rest of the week to worship Him wherever He has placed us. We want to equip our people to live lives of worship where Jesus Christ is put first in hearts, minds, and actions.
The Worship Ministry meets once a month for a rehearsal. Rehearsals are open to anyone with the gift of music who seeks to use that gift for the glory of God.
Here at Calvary Chapel, our desire is to lay a strong Biblical and Christ-centered foundation in the lives of our children. We want to see each child climbing higher and growing deeper in their relationship with Christ, becoming life-long followers of Jesus Christ.
Sunday Morning 10:30 Service
Nursery and Preschool: ages 0 and up
Located off the Calvary Kids Corridor above the Welcome Center
Higher Ground: grades K-6
Our end of the school year party is held in the early summer and is a time to recognize both teachers and students for their year-long fellowship and growth in the classroom
Local Vacation Bible Schools are listed and supported throughout the area in the summer months.
Calvary Kids Christmas is usually held in mid-December.
Other special events are scattered throughout the year.
We are dedicated to equipping students to overcome the influences of an increasingly anti-Christian culture in a Biblically wise and loving way, speaking the truth in love (Ephesians 4:15) out of obedience to Jesus. Our hope is for every student to trust in Christ alone.
Sunday Morning 10:30 Service
Calvary Youth meet with the rest of the church on Sunday mornings. We believe that interaction between the adults and youth will assist the youth with their own progression to Christian adulthood, just a few years away.
Friday Night 7-10pm
Friday nights begin and end with some social interaction. An organized game or two in the gym or outside on the property, we then move into a time of worship and devotional from God’s Word. Teens love to eat, so snack is provided.
Christian Alternatives to Addiction
Christian Alternatives to Addiction meets on Mondays at 7pm in the Welcome Center. We are a fellowship of men and women, who through the power of Jesus Christ seek freedom from the sin we call addiction. We believe a person can only be totally freed from this bondage through the power of God’s indwelling Holy Spirit and the application of His Word to our lives.
CAA is to:
- Be reconciled to God through Jesus Christ
- Be dependent on the Holy Spirit for personal victory.
- Apply Biblical principals to every aspect of our lives.
- Provide love and support to those seeking freedom
- Encourage one another through prayer.
CAA is open to those who
- Are seeking deliverance from their life dominating sin.
- Have loved ones who are in bondage
- Would like to learn more about victorious living through Jesus Christ
Some who attend this fellowship have been Christians for many years, while others a relationship with Jesus is a completely new idea. Regardless of your situation you are welcome.
We meet every Monday night at 7 pm.
CCA is not a program with programmed answers to the struggle of addiction. Rather we present a person, Jesus Christ, as the way to freedom. (John 8:36)
Many have come to us asking for direction for attaining personal victory. While we try to avoid giving a formula for freedom, here are some recommendations which we believe will be helpful in seeking to “lay aside the sin which so easily ensnares us.” (Hebrews 12:1)
- A personal relationship with God through Jesus Christ
- Consistent fellowship with other Christians
- Acquire a prayer partner
- Regularly attend a church where Jesus is exalted and the Bible is taught and believed to be God’s Word.
- Read and memorize God’s Word.
- Talk to God on a daily basis through prayer.
- Minister to the needs of others.