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Congregational Meeting Wednesday 1/16/19

On Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 6:15pm we will hold a Congregational Meeting and Question & Answer Session with Dr. Owen. We encourage you to attend to have your transition questions answered.

On Sunday, January 20th, a Special Called Business Meeting will be held at 12:15pm (immediately following 11:00 worship) in the Sanctuary to vote to call Dr. Bill Owen as Transition Pastor/Congregational Coach. On January 20th, we will have The Summit at 10:45 and Combined Worship at 11:00.

The Transition Information page can be found here.

Transition Team Information from 1/6/19 Worship Bulletin Insert: As the last days of Dr. Baker’s ministry at Calvary approach, the Transition Team is ready to ask for the church’s approval for hiring someone to fill the pulpit in the interim as a Transition Pastor and Congregational Coach.  The Team has been in conversation with Dr. Bill Owen since last November.  We invited him to speak on November 25 in our two worship services and many of you were present to hear him speak.  If you were unable to hear him on November 25, you will find a video of his sermon, “A Snapshot of Courage,” by visiting Calvary’s website, www.calvarybaptistchurch.com/sermons or go to the direct link to the video, https://youtu.be/_A9Vp-VlfKl .

 As Transition Pastor, Dr. Owen, a retired pastor with 40 years’ experience in ministry, would preach three Sundays a month at both the 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship hours.  In addition he would be on site two other days a month to meet with the staff, assist with worship planning, and help with other ministerial duties as needed. As Congregational Coach, Dr. Owen would guide the congregation in a process of Spiritual Discernment called “40 Days of Prayer.”  In addition he would work with the Transition Team to plan and facilitate several congregational discussions and small group meetings, evaluate written questionnaires, as well as visit Sunday School Classes.   The information collected from the members of the congregation would lead to the development of the  Congregational Profile and Next Pastor Profile. The profile information collected would be given to the future Pulpit Committee to use in selecting the new Senior Pastor. Dr. Owen explains, "I enjoy transition/interim pastoral leadership and preaching, coming alongside churches in the development of direction and identity through a healthy, strength-based congregational process.”

 Three Important Dates:

Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 6:00 p.m. – Presentation of Dr. Owen to the Deacon Board with a time of Question and Answer, and a vote on whether to recommend Dr. Owen as Transition Pastor/Congregational Coach to the Congregation.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 6:15 p.m. – Congregational Meeting and Question and Answer Session with Dr. Owen. We encourage you to attend to have your transition questions answered.

Sunday, January 20, 2019, 12:15 p.m. (immediately after 11:00 a.m. worship) Special Called Business Meeting for a vote to call Dr. Owen as Transition Pastor/Congregational Coach.

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Afternoon Tea Reception for Marilyn 1/27/19

Join us on Sunday, January 27th at 2:00pm for an Afternoon Tea Reception and Program in Fellowship Hall celebrating and honoring Marilyn Fightmaster as she retires after 47 years of ministry as our church pianist.

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Pastor's Paragraph 1/10/19

Pastor’s Paragraph—January 10, 2019

Happy New Year! It was good to be back in the pulpit last Sunday (the first Sunday of 2019) after enjoying an after-Christmas break with family and friends. (And yes, my break certainly did include spending time with Baxter, Oliver, Annie, and Will – our four grandchildren!)
 
I trust that you had good Christmas and New Year’s celebrations. Some of my favorite holiday experiences included: 

1.       The “Many Moods of Christmas” musical presentation by our outstanding Sanctuary Choir;

2.       The Calvary Christmas Project through which our church was able to share the good news of Christ and Christmas with 130 families including approximately 400 children;

3.       Welcoming to Calvary and to Lexington Niki Hays (our new Minister of College Students and Young Adults) and her family- Ryan, Ryder, and Karis;

4.       Baptizing nine new Christians on the Sunday morning (Dec. 23) prior to Christmas;

5.       Serving Communion and Lighting the Christ Candle during my last Christmas Eve Candlelight Communion service as your pastor.

Even as we reflect upon the experiences and blessings of 2018, we look forward to the New Year that is before us. Indeed, 2019 will be a year of change and transition for our church. Consider: 

1.       I will be retiring from the pastorate at the end of February after being blessed to have been the pastor of Calvary for the past 27 1/2 years;

2.       Marilyn Fightmaster, who recently announced her retirement as our church pianist, will conclude her extraordinary piano ministry with us having served our church in this capacity for the past 47 years; (We will honor Marilyn with a reception tea and program on Sunday, January 27, beginning at 2:00 p.m.)

3.       Our church will begin the search for our new pastor – a search process that will be facilitated through the prayerful recommendations of our Transition Team, through the ministry of a transition/interim pastor (who will be approved by the church), through the work of a nine person pastor search committee (to be recommended by our Nominating Committee and approved by the church) and ultimately through the recommendation of a candidate to be called to be our new pastor – a recommendation from the Pastor Search Committee that  will be “voted on” by the membership of our church. 

Let me suggest three ways that each CBC member can support our church during this upcoming time of transition:

1.       Resolve to pray for our church every day and then do it! Pray that we will be open to the guidance of God as we search for a new pastor. Pray that the Lord will work through our Transition Team, our Nominating Committee, and our future Pastor Search Committee in leading us to the person He desires to be our next pastor.

2.       Be faithful in your church attendance, and in the generous giving of your time, talents, and financial resources.

3.       Take special notice of the Transition Information that is included elsewhere in this newsletter. Be especially mindful of three very important upcoming dates (January 15, 16, and 20) when our church will have the opportunity to learn more about  Dr. Bill Owen whom our Transition Team is recommending that our church call to be our Interim/Transitional Pastor.

In the midst of the changes and transitions which CBC will experience in this new year, let me encourage you to rely on our always faithful Lord Whose unconditional and steadfast love for us NEVER CHANGES – Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today and forever (Hebrews 13:8) !
 
Blessed to be your pastor,
Bob

( Pastor’s Paragraphs can be found here.)

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Church & ROC Weather Policies 2018/2019

Church Weather Policy:  Calvary activities will generally be cancelled when Fayette County Schools are closed due to bad weather. Please listen to local radio and TV channels to get the latest on church activities for Sundays and throughout the week.   Please check the church website for specific activities that may still take place (such as college events, Sanctuary Choir practice, etc. )
ROC Weather Policy:  When Fayette County Schools are closed, the ROC will open at 8:00 a.m.

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Special Dates for January/February 2019

Wednesday 1/16/19
Dinner & Evening Activities
Congregational Meeting with Dr. Bill Owen - 6:15pm in Fellowship Hall
Sanctuary Choir - 7:00pm

Sunday 1/20/19
The Summit - 10:45 in Fellowship Hall
Combined Worship - 11:00 in Sanctuary
Special Called Business Meeting (following worship) - 12:15pm in Sanctuary

Sunday 1/27/19
Marilyn Fightmaster’s
Afternoon Tea Reception - 2:00pm in Fellowship Hall
Celebrating and honoring 47 years
of ministry as our church pianist.
(more information to be announced)

Sunday 2/17/19
Dr. Baker’s Retirement Celebration Dinner - 5:00pm in Fellowship Hall
(more information to be announced)

Sunday 2/24/19
Morning Reception for Dr. Baker in Fireside Room
(more information to be announced)
Dr. Baker’s Last Worship Service
Combined Worship - 11:00 in Sanctuary

The Calvary church calendar
Weather Policy

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Congregational Meeting 1/16/19

On Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 6:15pm we will hold a Congregational Meeting and Question & Answer Session with Dr. Owen. We encourage you to attend to have your transition questions answered.

On Sunday, January 20th, a Special Called Business Meeting will be held at 12:15pm (immediately following 11:00 worship) in the Sanctuary to vote to call Dr. Bill Owen as Transition Pastor/Congregational Coach. On January 20th, we will have The Summit at 10:45 and Combined Worship at 11:00.

The Transition Information page can be found here.

Transition Team Information from 1/6/19 Worship Bulletin Insert: As the last days of Dr. Baker’s ministry at Calvary approach, the Transition Team is ready to ask for the church’s approval for hiring someone to fill the pulpit in the interim as a Transition Pastor and Congregational Coach.  The Team has been in conversation with Dr. Bill Owen since last November.  We invited him to speak on November 25 in our two worship services and many of you were present to hear him speak.  If you were unable to hear him on November 25, you will find a video of his sermon, “A Snapshot of Courage,” by visiting Calvary’s website, www.calvarybaptistchurch.com/sermons or go to the direct link to the video, https://youtu.be/_A9Vp-VlfKl .

 As Transition Pastor, Dr. Owen, a retired pastor with 40 years’ experience in ministry, would preach three Sundays a month at both the 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship hours.  In addition he would be on site two other days a month to meet with the staff, assist with worship planning, and help with other ministerial duties as needed. As Congregational Coach, Dr. Owen would guide the congregation in a process of Spiritual Discernment called “40 Days of Prayer.”  In addition he would work with the Transition Team to plan and facilitate several congregational discussions and small group meetings, evaluate written questionnaires, as well as visit Sunday School Classes.   The information collected from the members of the congregation would lead to the development of the  Congregational Profile and Next Pastor Profile. The profile information collected would be given to the future Pulpit Committee to use in selecting the new Senior Pastor. Dr. Owen explains, "I enjoy transition/interim pastoral leadership and preaching, coming alongside churches in the development of direction and identity through a healthy, strength-based congregational process.”

 Three Important Dates:

Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 6:00 p.m. – Presentation of Dr. Owen to the Deacon Board with a time of Question and Answer, and a vote on whether to recommend Dr. Owen as Transition Pastor/Congregational Coach to the Congregation.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 6:15 p.m. – Congregational Meeting and Question and Answer Session with Dr. Owen. We encourage you to attend to have your transition questions answered.

Sunday, January 20, 2019, 12:15 p.m. (immediately after 11:00 a.m. worship) Special Called Business Meeting for a vote to call Dr. Owen as Transition Pastor/Congregational Coach.

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Special Called Business Meeting 1/20/19

On Sunday, January 20th, 2019, a Special Called Business Meeting will be held at 12:15pm (immediately following 11:00 worship) in the Sanctuary to vote to call Dr. Bill Owen as Transition Pastor/Congregational Coach. On January 20th, we will have The Summit at 10:45 and Combined Worship at 11:00.

On Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at 6:15pm we will hold a Congregational Meeting and Question & Answer Session with Dr. Owen. We encourage you to attend to have your transition questions answered.

The Transition Information page can be found here.

Transition Team Information from 1/6/19 Worship Bulletin Insert: As the last days of Dr. Baker’s ministry at Calvary approach, the Transition Team is ready to ask for the church’s approval for hiring someone to fill the pulpit in the interim as a Transition Pastor and Congregational Coach.  The Team has been in conversation with Dr. Bill Owen since last November.  We invited him to speak on November 25 in our two worship services and many of you were present to hear him speak.  If you were unable to hear him on November 25, you will find a video of his sermon, “A Snapshot of Courage,” by visiting Calvary’s website, www.calvarybaptistchurch.com/sermons or go to the direct link to the video, https://youtu.be/_A9Vp-VlfKl .

 As Transition Pastor, Dr. Owen, a retired pastor with 40 years’ experience in ministry, would preach three Sundays a month at both the 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship hours.  In addition he would be on site two other days a month to meet with the staff, assist with worship planning, and help with other ministerial duties as needed. As Congregational Coach, Dr. Owen would guide the congregation in a process of Spiritual Discernment called “40 Days of Prayer.”  In addition he would work with the Transition Team to plan and facilitate several congregational discussions and small group meetings, evaluate written questionnaires, as well as visit Sunday School Classes.   The information collected from the members of the congregation would lead to the development of the  Congregational Profile and Next Pastor Profile. The profile information collected would be given to the future Pulpit Committee to use in selecting the new Senior Pastor. Dr. Owen explains, "I enjoy transition/interim pastoral leadership and preaching, coming alongside churches in the development of direction and identity through a healthy, strength-based congregational process.”

 Three Important Dates:

Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 6:00 p.m. – Presentation of Dr. Owen to the Deacon Board with a time of Question and Answer, and a vote on whether to recommend Dr. Owen as Transition Pastor/Congregational Coach to the Congregation.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 6:15 p.m. – Congregational Meeting and Question and Answer Session with Dr. Owen. We encourage you to attend to have your transition questions answered.

Sunday, January 20, 2019, 12:15 p.m. (immediately after 11:00 a.m. worship) Special Called Business Meeting for a vote to call Dr. Owen as Transition Pastor/Congregational Coach.

Transition Information Update 1/6/19

The Transition Team has updated the Transition Information page with an announcement distributed on Sunday, January 6, 2019 in Sunday School folders, the 11:00 worship bulletin, and in early worship. The Transition Information page can be viewed here. The printable announcement document can be found here.

Christmas Project 2018 Final Countdown!

Saturday the 15th is the big day!

Friday 12/14: Food Box Assembly 6:00pm. (See RA/GA note below.)

Saturday 12/15: Distribution & Delivery Day 9:00am-Noon (doors open to volunteers at 8:00am)

Refreshments (cookies, brownies, candy) needed for guests on Saturday 12/15.

Need more information? Visit the Christmas Project page

RA’s/GA’s: Meet in RA Room - 2nd Floor EB2 - for pizza at 6:00 and then box assembly at 6:30 in the gym. This is a family activity. See “Words for Wednesday” newsletter for details.

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Service of Remembrance 12/16/18

All are invited to join us on Sunday, December 16th at 6:00pm for a special service of quietness, scripture and candles. We will remember those who are not among us this year as we ask the Spirit of God to bring us needed healing.  All are welcome to a reception following the service in the Conference Room.

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Service of Remembrance 12/16/18

All are invited to join us on Sunday, December 16th at 6:00pm for a special service of quietness, scripture and candles. We will remember those who are not among us this year as we ask the Spirit of God to bring us needed healing.  A reception will immediately follow the service in the Conference Room.

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Christmas Project 2018 Countdown!

Saturday the 15th is the big day! We’re ready for 130 families and 400 children, but we need help on these dates to make it happen. (Note: Gift wrapping hours have been extended. We could use some help.)

Sunday 12/9: Special Offering taken during worship services
Tuesday 12/11: Wrapping in EB2 Basement 4:00-8:00pm
Wednesday 12/12: Wrapping in EB2 Basement 5:00-8:00pm
Wednesday 12/12: Work Night in the ROC 6:00pm
Thursday 12/13: Wrapping in EB2 Basement 6:00-8:00pm
Thursday 12/13: Salvation Bracelet Making 9am-4pm ROC Multipurpose Rm—all welcome!
Friday 12/14: Food Box Assembly 6:00pm
Saturday 12/15: Distribution & Delivery Day 9:00-Noon (doors open to volunteers at 8:00)

Refreshments (cookies, brownies, candy) needed for guests on Saturday 12/15.

Need more information? Visit the Christmas Project page

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Pastor's Paragraph 12/6/18

Pastor's Paragraph—December 6, 2018

W.E. Sangster, noted British Methodist Minister, once described the Advent season as follows:
 
What is Advent? . . . It is the first gleam of Christmas; it is the promise of his [Christ’s] coming; it heralds the entrance of the Divine into human history; it is heaven descending to earth . . . It is as though a trumpeter had taken his stand upon the turrets of time and announced the coming of the King. “Get ready,” he seems to say. “Get ready. He is coming.”
 
Let me encourage you to be present for worship throughout the Advent season as we “get ready” to celebrate the birth of our Savior.  Last Sunday (December 2) was the first Sunday of Advent. We: gathered for worship in our beautiful “decorated-for-Christmas” sanctuary (thank you Joye Smith and our Decorating Committee); lit the first Candle (the Candle of Hope) in our Advent wreath; sang hymns of Advent and Christmas; reflected on the message of “Christmas 2018: Some Assembly Required”; and welcomed three new members into our church family.
 
This Sunday we will light the second candle in our Advent Wreath (the Candle of Peace). We will focus on the role that Mary played during that first Christmas. The message based on Luke 1:26-28 is entitled “Mary: Seconding the Motion.” At the conclusion of the service, we will receive a special offering for the Calvary Christmas Project  which this year will make “Christmas” possible for 130 families in need, including about 400 children. Our Sanctuary Choir will lead us during the worship service on December 16th, the third Sunday of Advent when we will light the Candle of Joy. This service provides a good opportunity for you to invite someone (or several someones) to come to church with you. The Christmas music shared by our gifted choir will be joyous, inspirational, and Christ-honoring.
 
Sunday December 23rd is the fourth Sunday of Advent this year. We will light the Candle of Love (completing the lighting of the outer circle in our Advent Wreath) which will signify that our preparation and “getting ready” to celebrate the gift of Christ Jesus coming to earth and entering our world should be nearly complete. During this service, we will also celebrate the baptisms of eight new Christians!
 
The highlight of Calvary’s Advent Season will be our Christmas Eve Candlelight Communion service beginning at 6:00 p.m. This for many of us is our favorite worship service of the year. Through the reading of the Christmas story from the Bible, the singing of Christmas hymns, the lighting of the Christ Candle – the center candle in our Advent Wreath, the celebration of communion, and the always meaningful Candle lighting tradition, we will put the finishing touches on our “getting ready” for Christmas 2018. 
 
So come and celebrate the season of Advent with your church family. Come and give thanks for the birth of God’s Son.
 
Advent Blessings,
Bob
(Pastor’s Paragraphs can be found here.

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Transition Information Update 11/30/18

The Transition Team has updated the Transition Information page with answers to additional frequently asked questions as well as a Sunday School announcement flyer that will be distributed to classes on Sunday, December 2nd. The Transition Information page can be viewed here.

Help Wanted! Christmas Project 2018

Help is needed now for the Calvary Christmas Project on Saturday, December 15th. Want to know how you can help?

Sunday 12/9: Special Offering taken during worship services
Tuesday 12/11: Wrapping in EB2 Basement 4:00-8:00pm
Wednesday 12/12: Wrapping in EB2 Basement 5:00-8:00pm
Wednesday 12/12: Work Night in the ROC 6:00pm
Thursday 12/13: Wrapping in EB2 Basement 6:00-8:00pm
Thursday 12/13: Salvation Bracelet Making 9am-4pm ROC Multipurpose Rm—all welcome!
Friday 12/14: Food Box Assembly 6:00pm
Saturday 12/15: Distribution & Delivery Day 9:00-Noon

Refreshments (cookies, brownies, candy) needed for guests on Saturday 12/15.

Need more information? Visit the Christmas Project page OR Contact furmanvida@gmail.com , dsergeant@twc.com, ssimpson228@twc.com

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Church & ROC Weather Policies 2018/2019

Church Weather Policy:  Calvary activities will generally be cancelled when Fayette County Schools are closed due to bad weather. Please listen to local radio and TV channels to get the latest on church activities for Sundays and throughout the week.   Please check the church website for specific activities that may still take place (such as college events, Sanctuary Choir practice, etc. )
ROC Weather Policy:  When Fayette County Schools are closed, the ROC will open at 8:00 a.m.

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Appalachia Christmas Box Collection 11/28/18

11/16/18 Update : RA’s and GA’s can begin purchasing and preparing their shoe boxes at home now in preparation for the Wednesday, November 28th collection night. Youth should collect supplies and will assemble boxes during youth Bible study time on November 28th. Below is a simplified list of items needed. Feel free to contact Carrie Beth Tonks or Justin Sizemore for information.

soap or body wash
shampoo/ conditioner
toothbrush, toothpaste
washcloth
pens, pencils and age appropriate school supplies
hat, gloves
jewelry
books
nail polish
books
card games
$5-10 gift cards from Walmart, Family Dollar, Dollar General


Olive Branch Ministries Christmas Boxes for Appalachia Program in collaboration with CBF Missionary, Scarlette Jasper, kicks off at Calvary on Wednesday, November 7th. Boxes are needed for teens and children. Feel free to contact Carrie Beth Tonks for information. Scarlette Jasper’s letter and contact information is below.

Letter from Scarlette Jasper – CBF Missionary, Southern Kentucky
(Click here for printable letter and list)
Olive Branch Ministries Christmas Boxes for Appalachia Program
*This Christmas box may be the only Christmas gift that many of these children receive.*

SUGGESTED ITEMS FOR EACH BOX:

ALL BOXES -small sizes are okay
Soap or body wash in a zip lock bag, shampoo, conditioner in a zip lock bag, toothbrush, toothpaste, brush/comb, washcloth,age appropriate school supplies (pens, pencils, etc.), hat, gloves

BOXES FOR MCCREARY COUNTY – ABOVE ITEMS PLUS:
High School (100+ boxes needed) : $10 gift card to Walmart, Family Dollar or Dollar General, deodorant, and other items you would like to include: perfume, Axe body spray, wallet, jewelry, nail polish, socks, etc.

Kindergarten – 6th Grade (1,000 boxes needed): $5 - $10 gift card to Walmart, Family Dollar or Dollar General, other items you would like to include: markers, age appropriate toys, nail polish, lip gloss, jewelry, hair bows, books, card games, Legos, etc.

BOXES FOR OTHER COUNTIES (500 boxes needed) – Above items plus gift cards, age appropriate toys or other items.  There are a variety of ages and genders in these counties that we minister to.  Please identify what age/gender that the box is for.  Specifics can be given if you would like to prepare boxes for these specific needs.

I request gift cards in place of a clothing item.  Our children vary in sizes and do not always wear the size that is the standard age size and this way they can get something that they can pick out for themselves.  Some have inquired about other gift cards. McCreary County has an Arby’s, McDonalds, Subway and KFC.  If you would prefer me to shop for you, please make contributions payable to: Olive Branch Ministries and denote Christmas Boxes in the memo line or online through CBF here.

  • Please no violent or war related items

  • If you would like to send candy, please do not put in the boxes.  Candy absorbs the soap taste and smell making it inedible.  Please send in a separate bag and I will make sure it gets distributed to the children.

Thank you and blessings!
Scarlette Jasper
(606) 305-3134 sjasper@cbf.net 
104 Oakdale Drive
Somerset, KY 42503

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Pastor's Paragraph 11/15/18

Pastor's Paragraph—November 15, 2018
This coming Sunday, November 18th, is Thanksgiving Sunday at Calvary. It is also Commitment Day, a day when we have the opportunity to demonstrate our gratitude to the Lord. Specifically, we are asking each member  of our Calvary family to demonstrate his/her gratitude to God in the following ways:

  1. By being present. Our presence at Bible study and worship is a tangible way of demonstrating that God is certainly worthy of our worship. So plan to be present (and invite a friend to come with you). Those members who cannot attend are encouraged to listen to our morning worship service as it is broadcast over the radio (WVLK/590) or to live stream our service by going to the church website.

  2. By making a confidential commitment to the 2019 church budget.  Commitment cards have been mailed to our church members. Commitment cards will also be available in the sanctuary as well as in the church office. There will be a designated time during the morning worship services this Sunday when the commitment cards will be received. If you cannot be present this Sunday, please mail or bring your commitment card to the church office.

  3. By giving a generous offering to support the Lord’s work through our church in 2018. We are currently behind in our budget giving. Giving to the church budget provides the financial resources which are needed for CBC to carry out our God-given mission. No one church member (or even several church members) can provide enough money in order for our 2018 budget of $2, 169,812 to be met. However, if every CBC member will practice good stewardship and “do his or her part” then more than enough financial resources for the work of our church will be given.

  4. By praying daily for our church during this period of transition and (after February 28th) during the upcoming interim period. Pray that all Calvary members will “step up” during this upcoming season of change so that even during the interim period (so that especially during the interim period) CBC will do her best in being the church that God will continue calling us to be.

I look forward to seeing you for Thanksgiving/Commitment Day worship this Sunday morning and at the Family Thanksgiving Feast this coming Sunday night!
 
 
Blessings,
Bob

 

Haiti Medical Mission Trip Photos 11/14/18

Calvary’s Medical Mission Team had the opportunity to serve in Haiti November 3 - 10, 2018. Thanks to Clarissa, Dan, Lannie, Kristy, Justin, Becky, JD, Christine, Mary, Kelly and Missions Minister, Brian Varble, the team was able to treat 450 patients in the Grand Goave area. Photos from Justin Johnson and Brian Varble can be found here.

Thanksgiving Schedule Through 11/25/18

Highlighted Dates for Thanksgiving Holiday
Office, ROC & Gym Schedule Changes

(Refer to Complete Church Calendar for More Information)

Thursday 11/22
Thanksgiving - Office & ROC Closed

Friday 11/23
Office & ROC Closed

Saturday 11/24
Office & ROC Closed

Sunday 11/25
Worship at 8:30 & 11:00—Bill Owen
Youth Choir at 5:00pm with Fellowship Event
HopeBells at 5:00pm, No PraiseRingers Practice
RITI at 6:00pm