Worship at Calvary is a participatory event and is central to the life of our congregation, as we praise, confess, learn, eat the Bread of Life, and dedicate ourselves together. In worship we encounter God through engaging sermons, reflective prayer and liturgy, shared joys and concerns, and music that is as diverse as our congregation. Classical, ethnic, contemporary, Taize, and Blue Grass music is played on African drums, cellos, guitars, organ, accordion, trumpet, harmonica and clarinet in all combinations. No two services are alike but each one invites us into a sacred space where we pray, learn and grow, and experience God. Even though our music reflects the diversity of our congregation, our style is orderly, but not formal, as we mix these various styles of music. Don’t be surprised when the passing of the peace goes on and on – we’re a multi-generational family and love taking time to greet visitors and one another warmly! HERE is a link to our summer series on Exodus.