Associate Pastor/Family Ministries
Starting Point is for those who are new to Calvary as well as those who have been attending for many years. It is designed to help you learn more about Calvary … who we are, where we’re headed, and how you can become part of what God is doing here. Whether you are still praying about whether this is where God is leading you to worship, or you are ready to take your next step of engagement, we invite you to join some of our staff at one of the times listed below.
Starting Point is typically offered on the third Sunday of each month alternating between Calvary Peace Haven and Calvary West campuses.
Sunday, May 16
Our Sunday morning classes at Peace Haven Campus meet in the Chambers Room from 9:00a-11:30a when children of all ages can attend a Bible Fellowship class.
Our Sunday morning classes at West Campus meet in the staff lounge located in the front lobby at 9:00a when your children can attend a Bible Fellowship class. For more information, contact Zoie Ulmer.
Calvary welcomes into membership those who have received Christ as their Savior, been baptized by immersion as a testimony of personal faith and share our core convictions as expressed in the church covenant. Or said differently, we want to know that you have received Christ as your Savior, you have been baptized by immersion, and we ask that you attend the Starting Point class.
The following links will provide you with detailed information on the membership process, what we believe about baptism and the My Next form used to begin this process.
Click here for FAQs about church membership.
Click here for Calvary’s Membership Process brochure
Click here for Calvary’s My Next Membership form.
When you attend the Starting Point class, you will receive a Calvary Handbook with a Helpful Resources section. Many of the resources referenced in the Calvary Handbook are available below.
Click here for an article on why Membership Matters.
Click here for additional information on believer’s baptism.
Click here for Lord’s Supper FAQs.
Click here for The Baptist Faith and Message 2000.
Click here for the current Church Constitution