When violence, hate, and accusation litter the news and permeate the fibers of our society, followers of Christ are charged to shed light on false doctrine, demonstrate love despite differences, and remember that we are all equal and loved in the eyes of God. On Sunday, August 20, 2017, Pastor Chad Gilligan speaks on racism.
In His Image (8/20/17)
A Sermon on Racism
August 20, 2017 • Pastor Chad Gilligan • Galatians 2:11-14
Hometown Hope (7/7/19)
Serve Week 2019 • July 7, 2019 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
It’s more than one week a year or something you do during the holidays! God has called every one of us to serve and love those around us. And when we are willing to give back to our community and love our neighbors, not only are we able to share the love of Christ, but it will bring blessings into our lives as well. On Sunday, July 7, Calvary Church kicks off their annual Serve Week as Pastor Chad Gilligan reminds us that when we serve our community, both our community and us thrive.
Drains and Faucets (6/30/19)
Three Faucets for Filling Drained Lives • June 30, 2019 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Whether good or bad, the gravity of life drains the life out of us. And nothing can be more draining than the voices in our head. When it seems you have no more to give and can no longer press on, where do you get restored, replenished, and refilled? On Sunday, June 30, 2019, Pastor Chad Gilligan concludes his sermon series, Voices in My Head, by looking at 10 Things that Drain Us and 3 Faucets that fill us back up again.
Highs and Lows (6/23/19)
Four Observations from Elijah’s Highs and Lows • June 23, 2019 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
As Christians, we want to believe that if we think enough positive thoughts, pray hard enough, go to church regularly, we won’t face anxiety, fear, or depression. But just because you are a Christian, it does not mean you’re not human. Just because you are wrestling with something in your life, it doesn’t mean you’re not a person of faith. On Sunday, June 23, 2019, Pastor Chad takes a look at depression and the highs and lows we all face.