at Calvary Quakertown
at Calvary Quakertown
Quakertown Boro Spring Cleanup - April 21, 2018
It's time to Spring into Action again as we join others from across our community working together to spruce up the Quakertown Boro parks! SIGN UP to serve at the Quakertown Pool/Memorial Park beginning at 8:00am or at the Main Street Skate Park beginning at 10:00am. Everyone is invited back to the Skate Park afterwards for a cookout to celebrate the day's accomplishments. CLICK here for more info.
Home Groups at Quakertown are where families and individuals come together to
build and strengthen our faith through time spent in community.
We want to meet together because we know that real relationships can only happen with regular, face-to-face connections. We believe that real relationships, when formed within a mutual respect of the written Word of God, are what God intended for his community of believers. We want to get to know you and we want you to get to know us. Home groups, for us, are not another type of Bible study, but a place for us to help each other be the kind of people God wants us to be.
At Calvary Kids, our goal is to come alongside the family, partnering with parents by teaching their children about Jesus and helping them to learn how they can become more like Him. On Sundays, we offer programming at both the 9:00 and 10:30am services for kids ages birth through grade 5. Our dynamic and age-appropriate classes will have your kids wanting to come back!
Parents can check their kids in at a kiosk before dropping them off for their class. If it's your first time at Calvary, one of our staff members will be happy to help you check in and find the right classroom. All of the Calvary Kids volunteers have been thoroughly background checked, and are excited to serve your family!
Parent Cue App
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We want to share with you a resource that we believe will be beneficial to you and your family. This free resource supports your rhythm as a family and helps you connect with your child and with God. The Parent Cue app is free to download and provides age-appropriate ideas for interacting with your children in ways that help them grow in their faith and connect to their family. Visit their website for more info: theparentcue.org.
We believe students matter to God, and our desire is to create an environment that allows them to learn, connect, and grow within the context of small group relationships. Our hope is that our students develop a faith of their own and carry it with them into high school and beyond. Our Middle School ministry is for students in grades 6 - 8.
Middle School Mornings
Students are invited to meet together during the 9:00am service. This group meets in the library located near the coffee bar.
Please Note: MSM will not meet on Sunday, April 1 - we encourage you to attend our Easter service instead!
During the school year, we invite the Quakertown Middle School students to join our Souderton students at Calvary Middle School (CMS) Wednesday nights!
CMS meets from 7:00 - 8:30pm in the Refinery/Door 7 at the Souderton campus during the school year.
April 18 & May 16: Quakertown Middle school students will meet in the gym at the Quakertown campus for CMS.
April 18 is also Step-Up Night for Middle School students!
We encourage Quakertown High School students in grades 9 - 12 to attend the service and/or consider volunteering one service with one of our many ministries at the Quakertown campus. High School students are welcome to join our Souderton campus students and attend our Sunday night service, Calvary High School (CHS). The group meets in Mr. B's Coffeehouse/Door 10 from 6:30 - 8:30pm Sunday nights for a time of worship, teaching, and small group time. Dinner is provided each week.
Calvary's Bridge Disability Ministry desires to see each person and family integrated in Calvary life in order to build relationships, grow in their faith, and serve in the church and community. Our Sunday morning Venture ministry provides a safe environment for those with disabilities who need more individual attention and a smaller classroom size. Our time together includes Bible stories, songs, creative activities, and crafts. We also have a sensory room available with visual, motor, tactile, & auditory stimulation for kids who need a break from the regular class setting. We look forward to meeting your family in Bridge!
We offer separate setting classes for ages 3-30 during the 9:00am service time.
Inclusion is available at 9:00am & 10:30am in our Calvary Kids classes.
Programs are available for teens and young adults, ages 15-35, with special needs, at our Souderton Campus. Emphasis is on building friendships, hands on activities, Bible Study and service. Special events are scheduled throughout the year. Click here for more info!
On April 29 from 1-4 PM, Bridge CCQ will host a special time where parents of children affected by disabilities can experience a few hours of relaxation knowing that their children’s special needs will be met by a caring and trained staff in a safe and fun environment. If you are a parent of a child ages 3 – 12 with a disability and are in need of respite, contact Marie Haney for an interview
If you're interested in joining our weekly Bridge Disability programs,
please fill out the following Accommodation Assessment.
Please Note: The form must be completed within one sitting. You are unable to stop half way and save what fields you have completed. Please make sure you have at least 20 minutes to be able to complete the assessment.
Church can't happen without volunteers - especially a new campus like Calvary Quakertown! There are plenty of opportunities for all skill sets and interests, including Calvary Kids, tech team, set up and tear down teams, Bridge Disability Ministry, music team, ushers, parking, and hospitality teams. The teams will be rotating and flexibility is key. If you're planning to join us at Calvary Quakertown, please think about how you can best serve this campus and sign up today!