WHAT TO EXPECT
- Here at Calvary Baptist Church, you will find a warm, friendly place of worship for your entire family. We are a diverse group of all ages. If you are looking for a church family that really is "family", then you'll feel right at home here at CBC.
- Dress is informal at CBC. You may see some people in jeans or others in dress shirts with jackets. We just want you to come dressed in what you're comfortable in.
- We offer several Sunday Morning Disciple Groups (small group Bible studies) at 9am before our Morning Worship Service at 10:30. Arrive early and enjoy some coffee (available in our front church lobby near our Welcome Center), and get to know some people before the service starts.
- When you arrive, stop by our Welcome Center in the front lobby where someone will be happy to assist you with whatever you may need. They can answer questions and help you find whatever you're looking for (children's areas, restrooms, etc.)
- Our Worship Service is blended. Our Praise Band and Praise Team lead our congregation in a diverse range of musical styles (contemporary, gospel, traditional, etc.), which provides for a great experience for all generations.
WHAT ABOUT MY CHILDREN?
- CBC offers a wide range of ministries to children of all ages. During our Sunday School Service, we offer classes based on your child's age or grade level in school (toddlers through 6th grade). During our 10:30 a.m. Worship Service, our children can participate in Children's Worship in our Children's Department where they will participate in exciting music and games, and have the Bible presented to them on their level.
- For our younger children (newborns through 1yr-olds), we offer a fully staffed nursery.
- Children are very important to us at CBC. For that reason, we ask all parents to offer information on their children to allow our Children's Staff to properly minister to you and your family. When arriving for the first time, parents will be asked to complete a simple checkin form at the Child Check-in Center. We do this to ensure that safety as well as possible medical or special needs are met for your child (food allergies, etc.).