Faith and Politics panel discussion

"How can you be a Christian and…?"

Wed Oct 14, 6:30pm on Zoom

There's a lot of heated judgment during this political season. People ask "how can a Christian possibly vote for...?" The assumption is that supporting a certain candidate is incompatible with our faith, or even questions our salvation.

Our panel gathers 5 people from our church to demonstrate how people who love Jesus and love others can come to different conclusions in their political views. If you're struggling with understanding others, asking "How can you be a Christian and..." then we invite you to come and listen!

(It will be recorded.)

Youth Group

Friday Evenings, 7pm-9pm

The middle and high school group is a vibrant ministry that introduces students to Jesus Christ and helps them grow a personal relationship with Him. If you are a parent of a student, or know anyone who might be interested in sending their student to our youth ministry, please contact Pastor Jeff for more information: 520-576-6883. jung@thecalvary.org.

The youth group meets Friday evenings at the Jung home, 7-9pm.

Welcome to the family group

A group for people who want to become Members at Calvary Restoration, or who desire to learn more about our church and what we’re about. We will read and discuss the book "Welcome to the Family" that covers our vision, values, and core commitments. We're starting Sunday Oct. 18th, and will end before Thanksgiving.

Please let pastor Isaac know if you’re interested in joining an in-person group or on Zoom! isaac@thecalvary.org

Adoption month

November is national adoption month. We've invited people from our church to share about their heart for adoption and foster care. Come to church on Sunday mornings to hear these powerful testimonies!


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Sandra Vanhooser


Sandra K. Vanhooser