CARE & SUPPORT
God made us to lean on Him and lean on each other - it’s how we’re wired. And reaching out is especially important if you’re in a season of change, of challenge or just needing some calm in the midst.
Calvary’s pastoral team loves to come alongside people to support, listen and offer help as needed. And we have teams to pray with you, the SOZO ministry to help you hear from God and receive his care, healing and freedom. And, we partner with By Peaceful Waters to offer counselling support as you sort through things.
Help to lean on God and people to support and walk with you so you don’t have to do this alone.
Connect With A Pastor or Ministry Staff
Please contact us if you would like to connect personally with one of our pastors or ministry staff person. You can call the office, contact the staff directly, or fill an online meeting request form. We will get back to you to arrange a time to meet.
Prayer is essential to the life of Calvary. Prayer is both talking to God and listening from God. Calvary offers many opportunities for people to gather together in prayer. Everyone is welcome to attend a prayer group at any time. If you are a regular, or just want to drop in from time to time, you are always welcome.
Thursday morning prayer group - 6:30AM
Friday morning prayer group - 10:00AM
Contact for prayer groups - Drew
Thursday night we meet with a focus to pray for our community and the nations.
Contact for outreach prayer nights - Kelly
Midweek worship & prayer ("MORE") happen on Tuesday and Wednesday at 6:30 pm on our church facebook page, via "Facebook Live."
Prayer requests? Please contact us and our prayer team would be happy to pray for you.
SOZO Prayer Ministry
Sozo (saved, healed, delivered) is a unique prayer ministry for those looking for a more in-depth time of prayer. The aim is to quickly get to the root of those things hindering you from a closeness with God. Click here to learn more.
The church likes to keep connected with those in their senior years who are now in long-term care facility or have conditions that keep them from taking part in the regular life of the church family. The team also visits those who are more isolated because of family living far away. If you have even just one hour a week to stop by and brighten someone’s day, please let us put you in touch with someone. Please contact us if you would like to participate on the pastoral care team, or if you know of someone who would benefit from the pastoral care team.
By Peaceful Waters Counselling
By Peaceful Waters offers comprehensive counselling services for individuals, couples, families and groups. Click here to learn more.
A practical way for the church family to show concern and care is to provide meals to people who could use a helping hand after surgery, a new baby or other life event. If you are able to donate a freezer meal, or a fresh meal to a family or if you know of anyone in need of this ministry, please contact us.