April 1-4, 2021. Thursday, 12 & 6:30 p.m., Friday, 12 & 6:30 p.m., Saturday, 6:30 p.m., Sunday, 6:30, 8, 9:30 & 11 a.m.
In-person at Calvary Golden Valley & Online at live.calvary.org
God’s message of hope and joy and resurrection is coming at just the right time. We have lived through a hard and stressful year. Many of us have experienced loss and pain. But the good news of Easter is that resurrection is possible, and because Jesus is alive, we can experience real life!
Sundays, 8, 9 & 10:30 a.m., In-person at Calvary Golden Valley & Online at live.calvary.org
We often focus on getting the answers to all the questions we have for God. But we are going to flip that script. In this series, we are going to focus on some of the questions that Jesus asks, and how the answers to those questions impact our lives as followers of Jesus.
During Lent we will look at how Jesus calls his followers, including us, to be a part of His work in our communities. Ministry requires that we show up and be ready to serve. This means the church has to leave the building to be present in the lives of others
Merge Twin Cities, a partner in the gospel, seeking to unite our community through prayer, training and gathering, hosts a Worship Night event at Calvary.
This sermon and small group series is a look at the book of James in the New Testament. James wrote this book to followers of Jesus (including us) experiencing all kinds of trials and struggles. He wants to help us see how we can best live out faith. James even challenges us to consider it joy when we face struggles in life. Easier said than done, right?! The truth that we will focus on this week is that our faith best grows and strengthens when it is stretched.
Spend some focused time in prayer and worship together as we get ready for Lent. Gather with family, join online with friends or your small group, or soak it all in, just you and the Lord!
What if…Vision 2021
The Bible tells us that without vision people perish. It is important to know where we are heading, and to be reminded about what God is calling us to do. 2020 was a year like we never expected, and in many ways felt like life was put on pause. While 2021 still holds much uncertainty it also holds great promise and potential. What if this new year we started to move forward in faith again? What if, even amidst all the uncertainty, we started to live out our faith in new and powerful ways? What if 2021 could set us up for even greater growth and impact into the future? Join us this weekend as we move forward in faith together!
At the beginning of last year, people were claiming 2020 to be “a year of vision”. A year that would bring wisdom and revelation, or bring them to a place of deeper understanding. However, looking back on the year, it was not what any of us expected. The year was filled with curveballs and unexpected hurdles that have lasted the entire year. Join us on Sunday, Jan. 3 as we consider how our vision and understanding changed after what we experienced in 2020, how it serves as a reminder of what really matters, and where our true hope is found.
REMINDER: There will NOT be in-person or livestream worship services on Sunday, December 27.
Join us in this special worship experience any time, at your convenience and from the comforts of your own home this Sunday.
This line from the Christmas carol “O, Holy Night” so accurately describes our world today. Our world is weary. Not just because of the virus. Our world is weary of brokenness, pain, stress, disappointment, and the list goes on. But when we recognize what God has done in Jesus, and we see what He is doing still today (making all things new) we have a reason to rejoice!
This year has been full of many challenges and lots of waiting. But this is not unique to our time. People throughout history have been waiting. Waiting for peace. Waiting for help. Waiting for a Savior. The prophet Isaiah, lived over 700 years before the time of Jesus. And he vividly described what the coming Savior would be like. He used four powerful names which describe exactly what humankind has always been waiting for. Now, two thousand years after the savior’s birth, as we wait, these promises remain true for us.
Have you ever heard someone say that? Have you ever thought that? This series is going to be about our money…but we don’t want something from you, we want something for you! Jesus talked about money more than heaven and hell combined. That’s because our money can become one of the biggest barriers in our relationship with God and living for Him. Jesus said we simply can’t trust both God and money. So, what if there were some key principles that could help us live our life the way God intended? To live with open hands. To live life focused on accomplishing Jesus’ mission. To consistently invest into eternity instead of just the temporary. Come join us as we learn how to trust God more and to experience a truly fulfilling life lived for Him.
Finding Your Way Back To God
October 4 – Finding Your Way Back to God – There’s Got to Be More
October 11 – Finding Your Way Back to God – I Wish I Could Start Over
October 18 – Finding Your Way Back to God – Always There to Help
Octobeer 25 – Finding Your Way Back to God – Awakening to Love
November 1 – Finding Your Way Back to God – Life After
Just like with all of life, our spiritual life is full of ups and downs. Sometimes we might feel especially close to God. Other times we might feel distant. During this pandemic, statistics say many people have disconnected from church and from God. But no matter what your story is, God is here and He wants a relationship with you. This series is an invitation to start – or restart – your journey toward a real, living relationship with God. We all have longings in life – for things like meaning, love, significance, and purpose. Yet oftentimes these longings end up leading us away from, instead toward, the God who loves and created you. In this series we are going to see how we can understand our longings in a new way. It’s about waking up to who God created you to be, and how He wants nothing more than for you to know Him for real!
We don’t know if you’ve noticed, but we are living in a very divisive time. Nothing divides us like politics, because nothing divides us like fear. As Christians we should be the least fearful people on earth, because of the God we serve. The early church, including Jesus’ own disciples, were incredibly diverse politically. Yet they stayed united in the gospel, and the world took notice. We have the same opportunity today. To show the world what it looks like to embrace unity and grace over division and fear. As Andy Stanley said, “Your candidate will win or lose based on how American votes on a Tuesday in November. The Church will win or lose based on our behavior every day between then and now.” We hope you join us and invite a friend!
Sunday, August 23
7520 Golden Valley Road
Golden Valley, Minnesota 55427 [map]
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