What to Expect

Nothing excites us more than seeing new faces at Calvary Tabernacle! When you visit Calvary, we not only want you to have a powerful encounter with God, we want you to have a delightful experience from beginning to end. The following section will provide some basic information to prepare you for your visit.

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What will my first visit be like?

At Calvary, first time guests are very important to us. We never single guests out in an uncomfortable way but we do encourage all of our guests to make a stop at the Welcome Center upon arrival. When you arrive at the Welcome Center, you will be greeted by volunteers who will help orient you and answer any questions that you might have. You will also receive a small gift bag just to let you know how honored we are that you would choose to worship with us at Calvary!

What about my kids?

Calvary Tabernacle has absolutely amazing programs for toddlers, kids, and teenagers. On Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings, children and teenagers go to dynamic classes all around the building while the adults worship in the main sanctuary. These classes are safe, secure, and fun. When you check in at the Welcome Center volunteers will be ready to direct you to your kids' classrooms.

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What about my child with special needs?

In addition to our nursery through high school classes, Calvary provides an Able Ministries class for children and youth who require special accommodations. The Able Ministries volunteers will work with you and your child to provide a safe, fun, and loving environment that meets their specific needs.

What are the services like?

Services at Calvary Tabernacle are exciting, upbeat, and powerful! Services begin with a time of congregational worship and singing followed by a scripture-based message from our Senior Pastor, Joshua B. Carson.

Sundays 10 AM + 6:30 PM | Wednesdays 7 PM

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What kind of language services are offered?

Calvary is committed to providing a powerful worship experience to individuals with distinct language needs. Every service we have live Spanish interpretation for Spanish speaking attendees and live American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing.

If you require Spanish interpretation, simply visit the Welcome Center upon arrival. A Spanish speaking volunteer will be there to help. Si necesitas interpretación al Español, solo visita el Centro de Bienvenida al llegar. Uno de nuestros voluntarios de habla hispana estará ahí para ayudarte.

The ASL interpreters are located at the front of Section C in the main sanctuary every service. There you will find designated rows for persons who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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