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Four Things To Do During COVID-19 (3/15/20)

March 15, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

The Corona Virus, also known as COVID-19, has swept through the world, terrorizing people of every nationality. People are panicking, hospitals overwhelmed, and stores emptied. But the Creator of all things is still on the throne. The God, who has knitted us together in our mothers’ womb, knows every fear and weakness, loves each one of us, and has a plan for our future. On Sunday, March 15, 2020, Calvary Church hosted a special online service, calling together all believers for a time of prayer, worship, and to remember Four Things to do during COVID-19.

Moses (7/5/20)

The Fruit of Frustration • July 5, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

When life doesn’t go according to plan, politics are corrupt, and society unjust… When nothing seems to go right, and the world seems wrong, what do you do when frustrations pile up? Do you get angry and yell? Do you internalize and shut down? On Sunday, July 5, 2020, Pastor Chad Gilligan speaks on the Fruit of Frustration and the story of Moses and the Israelites.

Psalm 23 (6/28/20)

A Psalm of Calm in Time of Crises • June 28, 2020 • Pastor Doug Clay

As children, we memorize and recite it as a prayer. As adults, we decorate our walls with its words. Psalm 23 is one of the most recognized and cherished passages of the Bible. But it’s more than a comforting allegory. It holds God’s promises for you! On Sunday, June 28, 2020, Calvary Church welcomes back former pastor and the Assemblies of God General Superintendent, Pastor Doug Clay, as he speaks on the Psalm of Calm for Times of Crisis.

Abraham (6/21/20)

Faith says, I will! • June 21, 2020 • Pastor Chad Gilligan

During these tumultuous times, the world needs more people of faith than people of religion. People of faith are people of action not people of passive belief. When God calls them to be a blessing to those around them, they obey. On Sunday, June 21, Pastor Chad Gilligan takes a look at the life of Abraham, one of the fathers of faith, and reminds us that “Faith says, I will!”