1. What makes Calvary Assembly unique?

Our weekend services present the timeless truths of Christianity in a way that impacts people in their lives today. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, you can grow in your understanding of Christ and the scripture at these services. In addition, we have extraordinary ministry and facilities for teenagers, children and infants.

2. What should I wear?

We want you to feel comfortable. We don’t place too much emphasis on what you wear.  At Calvary Assembly we want you to wear whatever you feel most comfortable in…whether it be a pair of jeans, shorts, a tie & suit or a great pair of cowboy boots!

3. How long will the service last?
The Sunday morning services at Calvary Assembly typically begin at 10am and end at or before 12 noon.
On Sunday and Wednesday nights services typically last 75 minutes.
4. What will the service be like?

We come to meet with a loving God so you can expect to experience contemporary music, engaging and practical messages that apply to your life in a meaningful way.

5. Will I have to say anything, sign anything, give anything or be singled out in any way?

At Calvary Assembly, you’ll never be put on the spot, never singled-out, and never embarrassed. As our guest, you won’t be asked to participate in the offering. All we ask is that if you would like more information about the church that you simply fill out a Connection Card which are located in the seat backs on every row.  If you fill one out we want to say thank you by giving you a free gift for your time at our Welcome center.   

Our hope is that you will feel the warmth of Calvary Assembly’s love and hospitality.

6. What about my children – do they come into the service with me or are there classes for them?

Our children’s ministry, Kingdom Kids, provides an exciting experience for infants through 6th grade. This allows you to get the most from your experience at Calvary Assembly while your child is receiving high levels of care, attention, age-appropriate teaching and fun!

7. How about my teenagers – what is there for them?

On Wednesday nights, all middle school and high school students are invited to the Student Ministries auditorium for a vibrant and life-changing weekly student gathering. Complete with a live band, small group discipleship, monthly outreach nights and relevant teaching led by carefully chosen and caring leaders. “MOVE” is the place for teenagers.

8. How can I become involved at Calvary Assembly.

Becoming involved is really pretty simple here. We’ve boiled it down to 4 steps:

01. Begin attending regularly. (You’ll get to know people and they will get to know you!)
02. Attend our “NEXT STEPS” membership class. (Which takes place on a rotating schedule monthly)
03. Become one of our valued volunteers. (Find a ministry you love and do it!)
04. Get involved in one of many small group ministries throughout the month.



By attending, you are acknowledging that an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. By attending any Calvary Assembly event, you and any dependents or guests voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 and agree not to hold Calvary Assembly, or any of their affiliates, directors, officers, employees, volunteers, agents, or contractors liable for any illness or injury.

Our building is clean, safe and ready for you! Please help us stay healthy by practicing social distancing and taking safety precautions:

  • If you or your children are sick or not feeling well, we ask that you join us by please watching online at home.
  • We have added hand sanitizing stations for increased cleanliness.
  • We ask that all attendees follow the CDC guidelines for social distancing by staying 6 feet apart from one another.
  • Wash your hands frequently or after coughing or touching your face.
  • For those who are at-risk, elderly, or have any hesitations about attending, our services will continue to be streamed LIVE on Facebook and our website (

Thank you for your patience. We are committed to your safety and are expectant for all that God is going to do!