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Calvary is dedicated to providing biblical teaching to members of all ages so that we may continue to encourage and equip one another to grow in our understanding of God’s word and our application of those teachings as we go out to serve in our homes and communities.


When: Sunday mornings during the school year from 9:30 to 10:15 AM

Where: Meets in the classrooms at Calvary CRC

What: Adult Sunday School focuses on specific topics that are relevant to the lives of Christians today. Join us for a time of discussion and learning about these complex and thought-provoking topics.

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When: Coffee Break meets every Tuesday beginning September

Where: Meets in two locations:

Middle level of Calvary CRC

Wooddale Lutheran Church, 4003 Wooddale Ave. St. Louis Park

What: Through Coffee Break, women find friendship and support as they study God’s Word and pray together. Using the Bible and a lesson book, women prepare for lessons on their own before meeting together to discuss and learn from one another. Women are encouraged to invite their friends and neighbors to Coffee Break to further build community and relationships as they explore and share their faith with one another. Childcare including Bible stories and crafts is provided at both locations.

Contact Eileen at for more information.


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When: Second & Fourth Wednesday of each month during the school year from 6:15 to 8:00 PM

Where: Meets in The Refuge, in Calvary CRC's lower level

What: At Women’s Bible Study, women from Calvary and the community come together for a time of fellowship and learning. Each meeting involves a DVD lesson followed by discussion. Women are encouraged to engage in Bible study and to deepen their faith and biblical knowledge as well as their relationships with others in the church and their communities.

Contact Brenda at for more information.

Bible Study Calendar


When: Second Tuesday of each month from 9:30 to 10:45 AM

Where: Meets in Calvary CRC Library

What: In this time of fellowship and learning, members come together to discuss sermon texts or other Biblical topics, sometimes with a guest speaker.

Contact Vonnie at for more information.


Join these small groups and activities to build deeper relationships with other members of Calvary who are in a similar stage of life or who share similar interests. Contact us to learn more about these opportunities.

Young Families

Contact Kristen at for more information.

Twenty+ Somethings

Contact Sarah at for more information.

Movie Group

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Running Group

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Hymn Sing

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Friday Night Volleyball

Contact Jeff at for more information.


Calvary CRC believes that God has enabled us to do his work with the resources that he has given us. We offer our talents and financial gifts as a part of worship and in response to the blessings that we have received. Calvary supports ministries that take place within our own church walls (HERE), are located in the Twin Cities area (NEAR), and have an impact all over the world (FAR).

If you feel called to serve, contact us here:

Volunteer Opportunities

Members of Calvary have the opportunity to take part in various programs and service initiatives each Sunday and throughout the week to build and encourage our own church family and community.

Teach Sunday School

Nursery Childcare

Lead Youth Group

Lead Worship

Greet Members and Visitors

Provide Refreshments

Wash Cups

MN Adult and Teen Challenge

Urban Homeworks

VEAP (Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People)

Offering Causes



Calvary’s Ministries Fund

Money given to Calvary’s Ministries Fund supports the day-to-day ministries of Calvary CRC. Gifts also support the ministries of  the Classis (a group of churches within the region) and the Christian Reformed denomination.


Money given to the Benevolence Fund is used to aid individuals from our church and the greater community who are in need of assistance.

Calvin Christian School

Calvin Christian School serves more than 400 students in kindergarten through high school at campuses in Blaine, Edina, and Fridley. Calvin provides God-honoring education and equips students for lives of Christian leadership and service. Money given to Calvin Christian School helps offset the difference between the expenses to operate the school and the tuition each family pays.

GEMS Girls' Club

GEMS is a ministry for girls in grades 2 through 8. Money given to GEMS supports the ministry and helps GEMS bring girls into living, dynamic relationships with Jesus Christ.


Cadets is a ministry for boys in grades 2 through 8. Money given to Cadets supports the ministry as it seeks to share Christ’s love and guide students as they grow spiritually through outdoor activities, projects, and Bible studies.

Friends for Jesus

Friends for Jesus is a ministry for those in the church and community with developmental disabilities. Money given to Friendship Ministries supports the work of this ministry.



Bethany Christian Services

Bethany Christian Services is the nation’s largest adoption agency. Money given to the agency helps care for and support women, children, and families around the world.

MN Adult and Teen Challenge

MN Adult and Teen Challenge serves those struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. Through effective and affordable short-term and long-term programs as well as transitional and prevention programs, MN Adult and Teen Challenge helps restore hope to those recovering from addiction. Gifts and donations to MN Adult and Teen Challenge help the organization effectively run these programs to impact the lives of those in recovery.

Pease Growing Project

Pease Growing Project grows crops and raises money for the Food Resource Bank, which supports communities overseas working to end hunger. Offerings given to Pease Growing Project assist in these initiatives.

Trinity Hill Church

Trinity Hill Church seeks to bring the good news of Jesus Christ to those who don’t know him. Gifts to Trinity Hill help the church reach the community in Chanhassen, Minnesota.

Urban Homeworks

Urban Homeworks is an organization that works to develop strong communities through housing and neighborhood networks. Money given to Urban Homeworks helps give families financial support and a place to call home.

VEAP (Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People)

VEAP (Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People) is a basic needs organization that serves our low-income neighbors in Bloomington, Edina, Richfield, and South Minneapolis. VEAP’s programs help give access to healthy foods, social services, transportation, and resources for children and youth. Money given to VEAP helps the organization achieve these initiatives.



Children of the Promise

Children of the Promise works in Haiti to provide physical, emotional, educational, and economic care for at-risk children and families. Child sponsorship and donations help Children of the Promise work toward their vision of a healthy Christian home and family for every Haitian child.

Christian Reformed World Missions / Bierma

Troy and Faith Bierma work in Bangladesh and Nepal. They partner with Christian Reformed World Missions and other agencies, missions, churches, and schools to provide quality theological instruction and to connect needs with resources. Money given to CRWM / Bierma supports this work.

World Renew

World Renew works with communities around the world to renew hope, reconcile lives, and restore creation. Money given to World Renew supports the ministry as they respond to the needs of those suffering from hunger, poverty, disaster, and injustice.

World Renew / De Kam

Matt and Katie De Kam live and work in Honduras. Matt works with World Renew as a Program Consultant, helping organizations in Honduras manage their programs and achieve their goals. Donations to World Renew / De Kam support this work and help improve the spiritual and economic wellbeing of families in Honduras.