Lenten mid-week study focuses on Being. Wednesdays in Lent are a great opportunity to join with others to share a delicious luncheon, participate in thought-provoking discussion, and worship God. Join us starting February 25th at noon in Calvary’s fellowship hall. This year we’ll watch conversations between “On Being” host, Krista Tippet and various guests on issues of faith and values. Our first guest will be the Rt. Rev. Desmond Tutu. Bring a friend!
As the leaves begin to change and the temperature drops, we gear up for the Coats & Boots program. Last year, Outreach furnished winter outerwear for 57 needy area children. The package each child receives contains a jacket, snow pants, boots, hat and gloves-all purchased at the Acme Kmart. This year we are providing winter outerwear to children from ACTS and the ER Community Cupboard. We hope to outfit at least 60 children. As always, we welcome your donations to this program. We received grants from the ER Lions Club and Christ Church Grosse Pointe (Karen Kienbaum’s home church) that will cover the majority of the expense but there is almost no limit to the number of needy children ACTS serves. Please consider a gift to this program. As always, Outreach thanks you for all the ways you help us reach out to our community.
Pastor David invites you to a 4-session Sunday afternoon film series.
“Faith on Film” will be October 12th & 19th and November 2nd & 9th in the Fellowship hall at Calvary beginning at 4PM.
What would you do if you could go back and try again? What would it feel like to relive the same day? What if you had to relive the SAME day more times than you could count? Harold Ramis’ award-winning film “Ground Hog Day” invites us to think about the purpose of life and our relationship with others. Come, enjoy this funny, thought-provoking film. Sunday, October 12th 4PM in Calvary’s fellowship hall. Bring friends. Refreshments will be served.
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Vistas from the heights of old Quebec (Vieux-Quebec) are awesome. It is obvious why the American revolutionaries wanted to capture this British Fort in 1775 to prevent English troops from [...]