Equip is the discipleship ecosystem of Calvary. Much more than classes, Equip is a collective effort that spans across groups, worship services, and intentional personal relationships that help us learn to live like Jesus in all we think, say, and do. Below are our key strategies that are designed to help you grow as a disciple of Jesus.

 

Starting Point
Starting Point is for those new to Calvary to start to learn more about the life God created for them and how we live that out at Calvary Church. You will learn about the history of our church, the next steps in your spiritual journey, your gifts, and how you can get involved at Calvary. Starting Point is offered on the first Sunday of each month. 

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Rooted
Rooted is a 10-week, community based discipleship experience. Through daily readings and weekly small group discussion, participants will learn and practice the seven rhythms of discipleship: daily devotions, prayer, worship, repentance, generosity, serving and sharing your story. Rooted is offered multiple times a year.
The next session starts in January.

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Rooted - Next Step
Rooted Next Step is a for anyone who has completed Rooted. The next session starts in January.

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Classes
On Wednesday evenings, Sunday mornings and other days & times throughout the year, various classes are offered. The classes offered range in topic from expositional Bible studies to practical issues such as parenting or financial management. Classes range in length from 6 to 12 weeks depending on the topic.
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Small Groups

At Calvary, we believe Small Groups are where authentic and transparent Christian relationships are formed. Our groups meet once or twice a month at various times and locations. 

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Women
We offer multiple opportunities for women to gather in small groups and monthly Ladies ReFresh gatherings.

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Men
We offer multiple opportunities for men to gather together in large and small groups to learn and serve.

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