We Get to Do This (2/23/20)

Three Strength Questions

February 23, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan • Ephesians 3:10-13

God has given you great strength. Your abilities, your opportunities, your attitudes…it all makes a difference, but you decide what you do with it. On Sunday, February 23, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan concludes his sermon series, Life Change Initiative, encouraging the church to use its strength to reach the community around it.

Vision Sunday (2/26/20)

How does vision become a reality? • Matt Hammitt

In 1951, a group of families were impressed of the Holy Spirit that there were too many lost people in the city of Toledo. Taking the Great Commission to heart (Matthew 28:19-20), these families came together to form Calvary Church. Today, Calvary’s vision remains the same: to reach those who do not know Jesus and share the amazing life change that comes from having a personal relationship with Him. On Sunday, February 16, 2020, Calvary Church celebrated nearly 70 years of God’s faithfulness as well as looked forward to the future with vision, excited to see what God will do in and through His church.

The Invitation of Hope (2/9/20)

February 9, 2020 • Matt Hammitt

Hope. It's what drives us for something better and gets us through the day. It can make a weak man strong. A tired man press on. A sad man believe there is a better day approaching. And while everyone wants it, few know where to find it. On Sunday, February 9, 2020, Calvary Church welcomes guest speaker, Matt Hammitt, as he gives an Invitation to Hope.

Healthy Things Grow (2/2/20)

How do I know if I am healthy? • February 2, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

Beyond diet or exercise, spiritual health is just as important to your success and happiness as physical health. But how do you know if you're spiritually healthy? It starts with growth. Growing things are alive, pushing past stagnancy, striving for something better. Growing things reach to fulfill their greatest potential. On Sunday, February 2, 2020, Pastor Chad gives us four questions to ask ourselves to determine your state of health.