The Church (12/5/21)
December 5, 2021 • Pastor Doug Clay • Matthew 16:18, Romans 8
The world needs the church now more than ever. But in order to be effective, authentic, and life-changing, we need to be the church Jesus has called us to be. We need to turn to God's Word and the Holy Spirit for guidance, instead of politics or cultural rhetoric, if we ever hope to make a difference. On Sunday, December 5, 2021, Calvary Church celebrates their 70th anniversary and welcomes guest speaker, General Superintendent Doug Clay as he shares a powerful message about what it means to be the Church.
70 Years of Thanks (11/28/21)
November 28, 2021 • Pastor Chad Gilligan • Philippians 1:3–6
No matter what you face in life, you can be confident that God walks with you. You do not walk this journey alone. And He will remain faithful during both the good times and the bad. On Sunday, November 28, 2021, Pastor Chad Gilligan looks back at 70 years of blessings here at Calvary and celebrates God’s never-ending faithfulness.
Jesus Christ: Our Firm Foundation (11/21/21)
November 21, 2021 • Pastor Chad Gilligan
Why do you believe what you believe? It's important to know what you believe and why you believe it. Everything you believe affects how you will live. It affects how you view yourself, how you treat others, and sets the foundation of your spiritual life. On Sunday, November 21, 2021, Pastor Chad Gilligan takes a look at our core beliefs about Jesus Christ. For more information about Calvary’s core beliefs and our denomination, Assemblies of God, please visit https://ag.org/ For more information about Jesus and what it means to follow Him, you can visit https://toledocalvary.org/jesus
If the Shoe Fits (11/14/21)
November 14, 2021 • Pastor Chad Gilligan • Hebrews 5:11–14, Hebrews 6:1–12
Like fighting a rip current in the ocean, there is a constant pull on believers to stray from God. As Christians, we must be careful not to be swept away and pulled under by the world’s lies. On Sunday, November 14, 2021 Pastor Chad Gilligan encourages us to hold onto our commitment when the temptation is strong, and stand firm, even when others around you abandon the faith.