Welcome to Calvary Church! We are so glad to have you here!
Calvary Church seeks to be a home for those looking for a fresh approach to Christian spirituality and the teachings of Jesus. We want to make the story of God in Christ both accessible to those searching, and challenging to those who are further along on their spiritual journey.
Our community is vibrant, active, and diverse. We are home to everyone from teachers to truck drivers, artists to engineers, and everyone in between! At Calvary, all are welcome.
The core of God's story is grace, hope, healing, forgiveness, and the concept that God loves every person, regardless of how broken, disappointed, or uncertain they are. We hope to be a part of this story by being a church that is missional, relational, and transformational.
We want you to join us as we continue what Jesus started in this world! We hope to see you at one of our Sunday services, or at one of our many ministry events during the week!
Planning to visit Calvary Kids on Sunday?
Stop by our welcome desk (300 level for elementary and 200 level for Early Childhood at Calvary Souderton or Info Hub at Calvary Quakertown) so we can help you check in or complete the online registration prior to Sunday morning so we can expedite your first time check in process.
When you arrive you will still need to stop by our welcome desk so we can welcome you and print your security nametag and pick up slip, but that won’t take long if you are pre-registered.
Frequently Asked Questions
When and where are the services?
Calvary meets at 9:00am and 10:30am every Sunday in Souderton and Quakertown, PA.
Souderton campus: 820 Route 113, Souderton, PA
Quakertown campus: 50 E. Paletown Road, Quakertown, PA
What can I expect in a service?
Calvary services include multimedia, contemporary music, and a practical message aimed at real life issues to present the timeless truths of Scripture in a relevant way. Our teaching is designed for both spiritual beginners and seasoned followers. We offer two services every Sunday at 9:00am and 10:30am. They are identical and last about an hour. When you attend, we don’t make you say anything, sign anything, give anything, and we don't single you out. Though we do take an offering, we don’t want anyone to feel obligated to give—the service is our gift to you! For security reasons, we do require some basic information if you decide to send your children to one of our classes.
What should I wear?
Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable. While you might see some suits on Sundays, most people dress casually. We’re more concerned with meeting your real life needs than with what you wear!
Are my kids welcome?
Yes! Calvary Kids provides exciting, quality experiences for children from birth to Grade 5 Sundays at Souderton and Quakertown. (Grade 6-8 students can attend a class Sunday morning at 9:00am as well.) Kids' classes are held simultaneously with adult services every Sunday, and we welcome you to take your children to their age-appropriate classes while you attend services in the auditorium.
My child has a disability. Are you able to accommodate them?
Parenting a child with a disability can be both challenging and rewarding, and we want to walk alongside you and your family through this journey. Our Bridge Disability Ministry offers programming on Sunday mornings at both campuses, so that you can attend the service knowing that your child is not only in good hands, but learning about Christ as well! Valet parking is available on Sundays for families of children with disabilities. Additionally, Bridge offers programming on Wednesday evenings, and several other events including monthly Respite nights during the year.
What kind of church is Calvary?
Calvary is a non-denominational Christian church uniting people from diverse backgrounds (Catholic, Protestants, the spiritually curious, skeptical, etc.) into a loving church family.
What does Calvary believe?
Though non-traditional in style, Calvary is deeply committed to the eternal truths of the Christian faith. Our vision is simple: to become a biblically functioning community of believers so that Christ's redemptive purposes can be accomplished in this world. To view our statement of values and beliefs, click here.
What if I'm not a Christian?
The Calvary family includes everyone from lifelong Christians, to those who are simply curious about Christian faith. Calvary is a safe place for people who are looking for answers to their spiritual questions and want to check out Christianity without anyone pressuring them. It's also a place where those who have decided to follow Jesus Christ can learn and be encouraged in their spiritual growth. No matter where you are in your spiritual journey, you can come as you are.