CALVARY WEEKLY OUTLOOK

Here's what's coming up this week!

  • letter from pastor


    Greetings from Florida, Calvary Family!


    My family and I are here to attend a UPCI conference on planting churches. This is our heritage, it is our legacy. Calvary was once a church planted by faith in God. Our city and our State are “white unto harvest,” as Jesus said. That means, they’re ready for Pentecostal truth and salvation!


    By God’s grace, if the Lord tarries, this will be a way of life for all of us: Hosting home Bible studies that turn into multiplied preaching points and daughter works. How exciting! Our return flight home is slated for Saturday.


    If you haven’t signed up to start or continue a Small Group for this semester, CLICK HERE! We are so excited to continue building our Small Groups. God is doing great things during our Life Night sessions, and has even greater things in store for the future groups!


    I wish to give a great big thank you to the committed leadership and teachers who guided last Tuesday night’s Small Group Life Night studies. We pray that you are enjoying and benefiting from The Book On Prayer. Next Tuesday, at 7PM, we’ll proceed to powerful studies from pages 149-195. Click here for the online study schedule and study guides.


    Be sure to set aside TONIGHT, March 25, at 8:00 PM, to join your church family and take our prayer study straight to action in All-Church Prayer. 


    Please continue to pray for Connect Church in Gypsum, Colorado! The Church-In-A-Day building project is underway. Saturday, March 27, we’re having our first, on-site Superintendent Meeting with nearly 20 trades represented. Churches in our region haven’t been this excited and focused in a long time! Please be sure to watch this website for ways you can serve as well as the building schedule.


    We love you, Calvary! We’re so excited to be home and see you all this Sunday, March 28 at 11:00 AM! (Pre-service prayer at 10:30 AM).


    We remain yours, in the Service of Christ the King,


    Pastor & Sis. Don Haymon II