top of page

Equipping the next generation of leaders

Here at Calvary Baptist Church, we understand that we must train up new leaders in the Church and that means equipping young people. Our mission is to reach students, train them up, and send them out to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ.


Sunday Morning
Sunday School and Fellowship

We meet every Sunday morning at 9:30am for Sunday School. We are currently going through a study about apologetics (or defending the faith). It is vital for students (and all Christians) to know what we believe, why we believe it, and how to defend\debate our beliefs when necessary.

10:45am We attend service with the whole church family.


Wednesday Night
Spending time praising God and reading His Word.

Every Wednesday night we meet at 5:45pm for a church-wide meal and then at 6:30pm spending time playing games, singing, and then diving into God's Word.

For the next 4 weeks , we are going through a new study called Plot Twist.

Whether it’s your favorite movie, book, or reality show, you know there's nothing like a good plot twist! Those storytelling surprises can keep us entertained, but they can do a lot more than that too. A good plot twist can make us rethink everything we thought we knew, see things in a brand new light, and get excited about what might happen next. That’s never more true than in the most surprising and significant plot twist in history — Jesus’ death and resurrection. In this six-week series, we’ll look at six surprising stories from Jesus’ death, resurrection, and last days on earth. These stories will show us that, when life takes unexpected turns, God gives us help. And even when we’ve messed up or are ready to give up, Jesus never turns away from us, but gives us life, gives us hope, is with us, and gives us another chance.

Missn wed 1_edited.jpg

Mission Wednesdays
Learning about missionaries who came before us and how we can do missions today

One Wednesday a month we devote our time to learning about missions and missionaries. 

From studying about missionaries who lived long ago, modern missions, why we should be involved in missions (both foreign and domestic), to the study of missions in the Old Testament.

We spend time in prayer and learning about countries around the world where missions are being done through (For more information on prayercast, click the button below)

We understand that missions are an important and vital part of Christianity. So we strive to teach our students about and cultivate a love for missions and should any calling arise that they respond with "Here Am I, Send Me!


Upcoming Events

Things to Look Forward to:

  • Youth Lock-in 3/15

  • Camp Meeting 4/1

  • Dessert Auction 4/23

  • Beach Camp 2023 6/19-6/23

Youth: About
bottom of page