…to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up until we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ. Ephesians 4:12-13

At Calvary, we believe we are called to help all people become mature followers of Christ. Whether you are new to your faith or actively maturing in your faith, we want to equip you to take your next step in your walk with God through opportunities to learn and grow.


Current Events

Starting Point
Sundays at 10:30am

Welcome Center, Hazel Dell Campus

Starting Point is just that: a point 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. This four-week class will help you know more about God, Calvary Church, and your purpose as well as help you understand how those three things work together to help you fulfill God's plan for your life. We encourage everyone to attend Starting Point no matter how long you have been attending Calvary.

Step One - Know God
 - First Sunday of every month

Step Two - Connection. Community.
 - Second Sunday of every month

Step Three - Discover Purpose
 - Third Sunday of every month

Step Four - Serve Others 
 - Fourth Sunday of every month

The Power of Jesus' Names

Wednesdays at 7pm, starting January 8
Community Room, Hazel Dell Campus

Some names live in infamy and some names inspire the greatest kinds of hope. There is one name above all other names, and it belongs to the Son of God, Jesus. Jesus is the most unique person who ever lived, and His names carry with them great weight.

In this series, Dr. Tony Evans journeys around the stomping grounds of Jesus in the land of Israel and presents a complete picture of the Incarnate God. By teaching on each of the major names of Jesus, Tony brings us face-to-face with the second person of the Trinity. Shot in the major locations where Jesus himself lived and taught, we find ourselves asking one question: "What will we do with Jesus?"

To watch a trailer for this class, click here.

A book as well as a study guide are available for this class.
Purchase the book here.
Purchase the study guide here.

Conquer Series

Wednesdays from 6pm-8pm, starting January 8
Jefferson Street Campus

Saturdays from 8am-10am, starting January 11
Jefferson Street Campus

Register for the class and purchase the workbook here.

This class for men will take you through a journey of discovery, laying out spiritual strategies, presenting scientific facts and teaching you how to use the weapons God has given to you to prevail against issues faced in today's culture. During this ten-week, video-driven series, you will watch mind-blowing interviews with brain experts and empowering testimonies by famous Christian role models who inspire us to keep fighting and remind us that any man can become more than a conqueror through Christ, regardless of how many times he has failed.

A study guide is required for this class. Cost is $30.
A journal is optional but highly recommended. Cost is $20.

The Gospel of Luke

Wednesdays at 7pm, resuming January 8
Sanctuary, Hazel Dell Campus

Study the book of Luke and learn more about Jesus’ time on earth.

Art of Parenting
Wednesdays at 7pm, starting January 8
Room 237, Jefferson Street Campus

Register for the class and purchase the workbook here.

This video-based study is designed to not only help parents find new ways to integrate faith into everyday parenting moments but also create an environment where moms and dads can shoulder burdens together, celebrate breakthroughs, and relate to one another’s day to day parenting journey.  As a parent, you will be guided in making faith core to your parenting with intentional, biblical instruction and Christ-centered plans that “aim children’s hearts towards God.”  You will finish this study with renewed confidence in parenting, fresh insights on parenting children of different ages, and a parenting plan unique to each child’s personality and gifts.

A workbook is required for this class. Cost is $10.

Financial Peace University

Sundays at 5:30pm, starting January 19
Community Room, Hazel Dell Campus

Planning for the future is hard when you are still paying off the past! This nine-week class will teach you how to pay off debt, save, and build wealth. For more info on FPU, visit FPU's website but be sure to register using the link below to get the discounted price.

Register and pay for the class here.