Draw Closer to God
Over the years, we have found that both new and current members feel more connected and grow spiritually when each one has a ministry within the Church as well as a ministry in the world. Calvary offers both of these opportunities….
Ministry in the Church
What are your gifts, abilities, and interests? If you like to work quietly behind the scenes, consider the Altar Guild, helping in the office or with the technology team. How about serving at worship as a Crucifer, acolyte, server or lector? Other ministries include taking communion to our shut-in members, welcoming members and visitors as an usher, helping to cook and serve for parish events, and crafting. At present, our learning opportunities are limited because of Covid but we do offer a Tuesday night Zoom Bible study. For these and many other ways to connect with God and the members of the Calvary Family, please reach out to the Rev. Deacon Marionette Bennett to learn more.
Ministry in the World
What concerns locally and in the world tug at you? At present, the outreach ministries of Calvary are focused primarily around involvement with HALOS – an organization which supports foster children and families and CAJM – the Charleston Area Justice ministry- which is a network of faith-based congregations who are culturally, economically, geographically and religiously diverse who come together to make the Charleston area a more just place to live, work, and do business. We also support our new Blessing Box in front of the Church - a part of the Low Country Blessing Box Project - which seeks to respond to the needs of our closest neighbors. We are always open to consider new outreach ministries as well as supporting the many ministries of individual members. Reach out to the Rev. Deacon Marionette Bennett to talk about what might be a good fit for you!
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Calvary's Blessing Box Dedication - 2021
Mrs. Brenda Armstrong -L and the Rev. Dr. Jennie C. Olbrych - R.