Father's Day Fellowship 2021

Posted by Alan on June 3, 2021

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June 20, 2021
Pie and games in the gym
after the Evening Service.
 
Honor your Dad on Father's Day with this special church tradition!
 
Bring enough pie for your family plus a little extra to share with others – after the service you can choose a favorite slice (or two or three!). You can help the social committee by bringing your pie pre-sliced and dropping it off at the kitchen before service starts between 5:30-5:55.
 
Don’t miss this great time of church family fellowship & games!




The Praisemen - from Maranatha Baptist University

Posted by Alan on June 1, 2021

MBU Praisemen

Wednesday, June 23  |  7:00 PM
Free!
 
We're excited to welcome the Praisemen! A six-member men's group that is traveling for Maranatha Baptist University.
 
The Praisemen minister with vocal numbers and brass instruments. They are traveling to churches and Christian schools on a 12 week tour.
 
Join us for this Wednesday evening concert!
 
Find out more about the Praisemen here: https://www.mbu.edu/.../fine-arts/traveling-teams/praisemen/
 
 
 
We are looking for host families to house these young men while they are here (at least 2 per house.) If you are interested in providing housing, sign up on the office bulletin board. Contact Pastor Rob Fuller with questions.
 


Church in the Park 2021

Posted by Alan on May 12, 2021

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UPDATE: Due to weather, we're moving indoors to the church gym. We're still starting games and fellowship at 4pm!

Sunday, May 30
4:00 pm
 
High Park, 2801 James St. 
Zimmerman Family Shelter
CBC Gym
1636 E. Patriot Ave
 
 
Join us for a meal, worship service, and fellowship at High Park in Derby.
We'll meet at the Zimmerman Family Shelter.
 
Sign up at the table in the foyer beginning May 9 to let us know you'll be there. The church is providing a BBQ pork meal!
 
Schedule:
4:00 - Fellowship and games
5:00 - Meal
5:45 - Service
6:30 - stay to play and chat
 


Easter 2021

Posted by Alan on March 23, 2021

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Overcome.
Jesus has overcome sin, death, and the grave. Praise the Lord with us this Easter!

The choir is planning wonderful music to help us lift our hearts to the Lord in celebration. And Pastor Caleb Bowman will proclaim the power of the resurrection from Philippians 3.

Join us for regularly scheduled Adult Bible Communities and Calvary Kids Sunday School at 9:15 am.
The Morning Worship Service begins at 10:30 am and you are invited!

 

We have canceled our Evening service on Easter Sunday and are encouraging you to use that time to reach out to someone who needs Christ.

· Invite a neighbor or coworker to the service and to join you for dinner

· Have a neighbor over for dessert and coffee that evening

· Take a friend to dinner that afternoon or evening

Plan and pray now that God will work through this outreach!

 

Find the latest info on the Facebook Event page


 


Ladies Conference 2021

Posted by Alan on February 3, 2021

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Come Join Us!

For a Ladies Conference at Calvary Baptist Church, in Derby on Friday evening April 16th and Saturday the 17thCheck in begins Friday evening at 6:30.

Special Speaker Gretchen Fant will be sharing refreshing lessons from Matthew 11. We will have a time for crafting, and a delicious catered lunch on Saturday.

The conference fee is $20 if you are registered by March 19th. Please contact us with any questions, or for more information at office@cbcks.org, or by calling 316.788.0864

Be sure to follow the event page on Facebook for the latest updates.


 

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Guest Speaker: Gretchen Fant

Gretchen grew up in a military home. She received her BA in French from the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC and her Master’s degree in Education from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC.

She is a certified counselor with the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors. Gretchen serves in the counseling ministry of University Baptist Church in Clemson, SC, and is on the boards of Clemson Classical Academy and the Piedmont Women’s Center in Greenville, SC.

After pastoring for 21 years in Rock Hill, SC, the Fants moved to Easley, SC where they currently live. She and her husband Marsh have five children and eleven grandchildren.


 


20-30s event: Coffee and Games Night

Posted by Alan on January 26, 2021

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Saturday February 27

7pm - 9pm

Church Buffet Room

Board Games and Coffee activity for the 20's and 30's group (anyone out of high school - age 39)

This free event will be on February 27th from 7pm-9pm at the church in the buffet room. We will be playing the games Paper Tales, Timeline, Dixit, and Paperback. If you don’t know these games don’t worry, they are easy to learn and a lot of fun to play. We will also have a steaming Coffee bar with scrumptious snacks to enjoy. No need to RSVP for this free activity just come and have fun with friends. Look forward to seeing you all there.


 


Winter Warm Up 2021

Posted by Alan on January 7, 2021

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January 31, 2021

5:00 pm - Doors open

6:00 pm - Dinner

6:45 pm - Service

Signup at the table in the foyer beginning January 17

Bring one thing: bread, fixin's, or dessert

 

The Winter Warm Up event is an evening of fellowship, food, and worship in the church gym. At this all-church fellowship, we'll have games setup on the gym floor like Gaga Pit, 9 Square-in-the-Air, and ping-pong. Board games will be played in the Buffet Room. Come early at 5:00 to start playing. 

At 6:00, we'll have dinner. The social committee will provide the soup and beverages. We ask that you bring one of the following: some bread, soup fixin's, or dessert. Gluten free options will be available. 

At 6:45, we'll sing together and hear a message from God's word to encourage our hearts. 

Stick around after the service for more games and fellowship.

Join us as we warm up and remember the good things the Lord has done!


 


Youth Bowling!

Posted by Alan on January 5, 2021

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January 23, 2021  |  5:30-8:30 pm
  • Meet at the church
  • Bring $5

Youth (6-12th Grade), save the date – January 23,  5:30-8:30.

We’re going to meet at the church for dinner and games!

Then we’ll head to Derby Bowl for a fun night of bowling. We’ll finish the evening back at
the church by 8:30!

Please bring $5 to cover the cost of bowling.
Sign up on the bulletin board by the church office or text Caleb (316-655-3148) to sign up!


 


Middle School Winter Party!

Posted by Alan on January 5, 2021

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January 17, 2021
After the evening service
  • At the Bowmans' house
  • Sign up by text or on the bulletin board

There’s no school on the 18th... so let’s party!
All the Middle School students (6-8th grade) are invited to the Bowmans after church Sunday night, January 17.

We’ll have dinner and games and a great time hanging out!
Save the date, more details will be coming!

Sign up on the bulletin board by the church office or text Caleb (316-655-3148) to sign up!


 


Christmas Cantata 2020: The Silence and the Sound

Posted by Alan on December 8, 2020

Sunday, December 20, 2020

6:00 PM 

The Silence and the Sound presented by the Calvary Baptist Church Choir

Have you wondered about Christmas this year? I mean really wondered?

Let all mortal flesh keep silence, and with fear and trembling stand.

Ponder nothing earthly minded, for with blessing in His hand,

Christ our God to earth descendeth, our full homage to demand.

The lines above come from a 5th century liturgy entitled Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent. The wonder of Christmas is usually described in lights, presents, and delightful treats, but these words call us to wonder at something else. The work of God for our salvation.

On December 20, the choir presents one of our favorite cantatas, The Silence and the Sound. An arrangement of Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent launches the cantata which then continues with songs both new and old including Sleeping Adonai, Unto Us, and Shout! Sing Hallelujah. Each song directs our attention to the wonder and purpose of Christmas.

2020 was not a silent year. So many things shrieked for attention and demanded that we respond.

This Christmas season take time to keep silence.

Stand in awe.

Ponder how Christ came.

Respond to Him.


The cantata is free and no tickets are required.
Auditorium capacity is limited to less than 50%. Overflow seating will be available. 

The cantata will be livestreamed on our Youtube channel

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