Serve Our City to Transform Our City
One week of service can transform our city. Join hundreds of volunteers to serve our city in practical ways during Love Week, June 24-30, like cleaning up city parks, beautifying public spaces and schools, and more. Our mission is to unite and mobilize volunteers from all walks of life, faith traditions, and political affiliations to meet the needs of central New Mexico communities.
From cleaning up the Bosque to packing meals for our elderly neighbors and making cards for first responders, there's a Love Week serving opportunity for you. Sign up today and invite your family, friends, neighbors, and coworkers to volunteer too.
Bring your family and friends to help clean up the bosque! We will meet at Calvary Church Westside and walk over to the bosque entrance at Montaño and Coors. Please wear closed-toe shoes, light clothing, a hat, and sunscreen, and don't forget to bring a water bottle and a pair of work gloves.
Help us show love to the children in our city hospitals' pediatric units. Join us in creating personalized cards with well-wishes and the love of Jesus for the littles who are sick and hurting in our community. All supplies will be provided.
Help us show our appreciation to our community's amazing first responders who put their lives on the line to care for us. Join us in crafting thank you cards with the love of Jesus. All supplies will be provided.
We are excited for the opportunity to clean up a local city park and throw a party for the neighborhood afterward. Join us as we transform Roosevelt Park into a community outreach opportunity from cleaning to providing an extra splash of fun. Come prepared with closed-toe shoes, light clothing, sunscreen, a hat, work gloves, a water bottle, and trash bags.
Help us throw a party and invite the surrounding community to join in the fun with music, BBQ, yard games, and fellowship at Roosevelt Park.
We're excited to reach out to the schools in our Calvary Church campus districts. Help us clean up the Taft Middle School campus as we pull weeds, pick up trash, and pour into our local schools. Please wear closed-toe shoes, light clothing, a hat, and sunscreen, and don't forget to bring a water bottle, a pair of gloves, and trash bags.
Do you have a heart for the elderly? Join Calvary Church as we take time to share the love of Jesus with nursing home residents through physical exercise, games, group activities, room visits, and more.
We're excited to reach out to the schools in our Calvary Church campus districts. Help us clean up the Mission Elementary School campus as we pull weeds, pick up trash, and pour into our local schools. Please wear closed-toe shoes, light clothing, a hat, and sunscreen, and don't forget to bring a water bottle, a pair of gloves, and trash bags.
The Albuquerque homeless population is at an all-time high. Help us love on and serve meals to the hungry and homeless in our community. Come with a servant's heart, a welcoming smile, and a listening ear as we pour out the love of Jesus through this community collaboration.
Care Net is moving—help us get them set up and moved in with painting and furniture assembly and placement. Come prepared to paint, wear closed-toe shoes, and don't forget a water bottle.
New Mexico leads the nation in childhood hunger. Help fight against the statistics as we partner with Feed New Mexico Kids, Inc. to pack snack packs for the children who go hungry in our community. Please come in comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes, and bring a water bottle.
Meet us at Civic Plaza at 6 pm on Thursday, June 29, to clean up our city streets in the downtown area. We will walk the streets, picking up trash and engaging with others through street evangelism. Come in comfortable walking shoes, clothing, sanitary gloves (optional), and bring extra trash bags.
Community Support Drives
Calvary Church is collecting nonperishable food items to support Feed New Mexico Kids in the fight to end childhood hunger in New Mexico. Visit feednmkids.com for a list of items.
Pack the Pan initiative aims to support the foster moms at the Albuquerque Christian Children’s Home by providing easy-to-prepare meals. We are collecting frozen precooked meals for the Albuquerque Christian Children's Home (lasagna, enchiladas, casserole, etc). Please provide a list of ingredients and cooking instructions for each meal.
Calvary is collecting backpacks filled with school supplies to help the families in the area that cannot afford school supplies this year.
- Pencil Bags/Cases
- Notebook Paper
- Bottled Glue
- Glue Sticks
- Safety Scissors
- Pocket Folders (with brads)
- Pink Erasers
- Washable Markers
- Watercolor Paint
- Erasable Pens (black or blue)
Calvary Church is partnering with Care Net to care for moms and babies by collecting essential items.
- Diapers (All sizes, but especially sizes 5 & 6)
- Baby Wipes
- Baby Lotion
- Baby Bath Supplies (baby wash, shampoo, etc.)
- Baby Sleepers (sizes 0-24 months)
- Baby Clothes (sizes 0-24 months)
- High Chairs
- Car Seats
- Infantino 4-in-1 Convertible Carriers
As we enter the second half of the year, we're gearing up for our Calvary Church holiday outreaches. We would love to bless families who participate in our Thanksgiving Pickup Party with children's books that will help them grow and connect as a family during the holiday season.
Join us at our Osuna campus for a Vitalant blood drive on Wednesday, June 28, from 2 until 7 pm. Visit vitalant.org for more information and to register.
Love Week Launch Party
Kick off Love Week on Sunday, June 25, at 1 pm at Roosevelt Park. We’ll provide lawn games; you bring blankets, lawn chairs, and picnic or takeout food. Join us for laid-back fellowship as we prepare to serve our city together.
500 Spruce St SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
Citywide Night of Worship
Come to our Osuna campus on Wednesday, June 28, at 6:30 pm to celebrate what the Lord is doing through Love Week and pray for Freedom Celebration plus hear a brief word of encouragement from Levi Lusko. After worship, Freedom Celebration volunteers will receive their t-shirts and some instructions in preparation for the big event.
Join us for a free festival-style 4th of July celebration at Balloon Fiesta Park. Enjoy high-energy live music, one of the city’s best fireworks displays, and a message about true freedom from Pastor Skip Heitzig. Bring the kids as early as 4:30 pm to hang out in the Fun Zone and grab a bite from food trucks. Don’t miss the extreme sports demo featuring Beaver Flemming and Adam Jones of Nitro Circus at 5:30 pm. Live music with special guests Crowder, Andy Mineo, Sarah Reeves, and Calvary Worship starts at 6:30 pm. Get more info at freedomabq.com.