CALVARY CHURCH AT HOME
CAN I EXPERIENCE CHURCH IF I'M HESITANT OR HIGH RISK?
If you're at home, you're in the right place.
We have resumed in-person services at our Osuna, Westside, and Santa Fe campuses, but if you're hesitant or high risk—and, of course, if you're sick—join us online for Calvary Church at Home. We stream all our regularly scheduled services at live.calvarynm.church. Our online worship experience includes live chat and live prayer with Calvary Church pastors.
Come to church even when you can't come to church.
Our midweek and weekend services stream online at live.calvarynm.church and on Facebook, YouTube, Apple TV, and Roku so you can continue to pray, worship, and receive biblical teaching even when you can't join us on campus. Don't miss worship with Battledrums plus a fresh teaching from Pastor Skip on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm, Saturdays at 6:30 pm, and Sundays at 9 & 11 am.
Experience fellowship even when you can't come to church.
Watch parties allow you to experience godly fellowship on a smaller scale even when you can't join us on campus. Start or join a watch party today with five or fewer friends, neighbors, or family members and experience Calvary Church at Home during one of our five midweek and weekend services. Watch Calvary Church at Home together online, on Facebook, YouTube, Roku, or Apple TV on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm, Saturdays at 6:30 pm, and Sundays at 9 & 11 am.
Join a Watch Party
It's super easy. If you are healthy, you can gather with a group of five or fewer people at someone else's home to watch a Calvary Church service together. We'll provide worship with Battledrums, a fresh teaching from Pastor Skip Heitzig, and even discussion questions for your group. Get connected to a watch party at a location and service time that works for you. (And don't forget to wash your hands before you go.)
Host a Watch Party
It couldn't be easier. If you and the people in your home are willing and healthy, you can invite friends, neighbors, or family members (a group of five or less) to watch Calvary Church service together. You provide a TV or computer. (And hand sanitizer.) We'll provide worship with Battledrums, a fresh teaching from Pastor Skip Heitzig, and even discussion questions for your group.
Share this watch party invite via email and social media to invite your friends and family to your home to experience Calvary Church at Home.
Experience Calvary Kids even when you can't come to church.
During all regularly scheduled midweek and weekend services, tune in to calvarykids.online.church for our Calvary Kids online program, featuring high-energy worship and an exciting Bible lesson from the Calvary Kids team.
Spread kindness in this time of chaos.
The coronavirus pandemic is affecting everyone—across New Mexico, our nation, and worldwide. In the middle of the panic and fear, the calls for social distancing, and even rising anger and bitterness, we know that people need to be able to find kindness in the midst of chaos. We are called to help calm. We are called to spread kindness. It's no different than what God has called the church to in the past, we just feel blessed to be able to respond to this call, at this time, in this community. The Calvary Church Kindness Campaign includes demonstrating God's love in these ways:
- We're picking up the phone.
The Calvary Church staff is making a personal phone call to everyone in our fellowship. We have a database of thousands of phone numbers, and we're calling every one of them to see how we can pray for people and meet any needs they have.
- We're collecting practical items to meet real needs.
Anyone in our community can drop off paper goods like toilet paper and paper towels; hygiene items like soap, hand sanitizer, cleaning products, toothbrushes, toothpaste, and feminine products; baby items like formula, diapers, and wipes; over-the-counter medicines like acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and cough and cold remedies; and nonperishable food at our Osuna, and Westside campuses, Monday through Friday during business hours. Donated items will be distributed to those in need.
Above all, we're trusting God. This is an extraordinary time to be a believer and to truly be the church. The power of a pandemic is nothing compared to the power of God. Pray that God will use us—His church—in a mighty way that brings glory to His great name as we spread kindness in the midst of chaos.