We used to own a building, but had a great opportunity to sell it. In that process, we learned that Calvary is not a building. We are not defined by bell towers and stained glass, but by our relationships and how we demonstrate the love of Christ to the world.
Calvary currently worships in the sanctuary of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, and our offices are in the house next door to the church.
In October, Calvary will move just down the street to share space with First Plymouth Congregational Church (United Church of Christ), at the corner of Hampden Ave. and Colorado Blvd. Calvary’s worship time will coincide with First Plymouth’s (10 am), but we will worship in the small chapel on the north end of the building. We are excited about this opportunity to share coffee hour, Sunday School, and mission activities with First Plymouth, while maintaining our sense of family and community.
Calvary is rooted in the Presbyterian Church (USA), and our members have a history of active involvement in the denomination at all levels. But, we are humble enough to know that God’s Church is much wider. We look forward to interacting with members of First Plymouth and exploring new ways to deepen our own discipleship in this new relationship.