What to expect at our worship services
Our invitation to Holy Communion:
"So come you have been here often
and you have not been here in a long time.
You who are full of faith or full of doubt.
You who have tried to follow Jesus
and you who have failed.
Come, it is Christ who invites us to meet him here."
(Taken from Bishop Deon Johnson's consecration service)
About Worship at Calvary
Today, most of our worship is online – due to the coronavirus. While Holy Communion is not currently being offered, we look forward to sharing it again, as soon as possible. The timeline is determined by the coronavirus.
Our Sunday services, special music services, and other videos can be found and viewed on our YouTube channel.
Our Rite I service is a said service (no music) and uses traditional language (Elizabethan English). It is quiet, and the ancient language connects us to our faith history.
Our Rite II service includes hymns and an anthem accompanied by organ or piano, and uses contemporary language.
Our Rite Place service is a Rite III service. It is now being held outside and offers contemporary and contemplative music (instrumental only for now) accompanied by guitar, violin, and flute.
Daily Offices of Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, Evening Prayer, and Compline are offered weekdays. The days and tims for these services can be found on our Welcome page.