A Blessing of the Backpacks -Sunday, August 21 (All services)
Have your student bring their backpack for a special blessing and gift. This will help our students begin their new school year with their light shining bright! All those starting school will be blessed and given a gift – students, teachers, and staff!

DAY OF SERVICE - Sunday Sept. 11
Sunday September 11 is an opportunity to share love with our community in tangible ways. Our world has seen too many images of violence and hate recently so we are going to work together to spread LOVE in our community and beyond! We are a church that rolls up our sleeves and gets to work! On September 11 Calvary will be joining other Lutheran churches -- 4 million members, nearly 10,000 congregations, 65 synods and the church wide expression -- for a dedicated day of service.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS!
We are looking for a few people with a passion for Christ and a love for children to be a part of our Sunday School team! We work with teams of teachers on each grade level so you can share the work load. If you would like to talk more about this important ministry at Calvary please contact Janelle or one of the pastors! Thank you for your prayerful consideration!
COMING SOON - INTERN KYLE SYMANZKI
Kyle Symanski was born and raised in Evergreen Park, Illinois, a small suburb on the south side of Chicago. After completing high school, Kyle spent his summers working for his home church, Ashburn Lutheran in Chicago, as a summer camp counselor and, eventually, summer camp director. Kyle attended the University of Minnesota where he completed a B.A. in mathematics, specializing in education.
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Congregational Confirmation! Begins Wednesday, Sept 14th at 7 PM
We’re inviting all adults to meet together with our Confirmation youth in the Family Life Center to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation by exploring what it means to be a Christian from the Lutheran perspective. Each week we will use a 16th century hymn and a 20th century hymn from the ELW to talk through the topics of Martin Luther’s small catechism. We’ll also learn the history and background of these hymns and then sing them in worship the following Sunday. It will be a great way to get to know our youth, our Lutheran heritage and some old and new hymns.
Martin Luther - Question of the Month
In celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, the Fellowship Committee is presenting a question of the month to the whole congregation.
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Capital Campaign - Phase 1

Master Plan Presentation