More Opportunities to Get Involved
50’s Plus Ministry is here to build friendships and bear one another’s burdens through our common experience in the Lord and share the gospel to those in their second half of life. Come and join us as we minister to another through Worship, Bible Study, Communion and Fellowship and activities that Glorify God.
East Campus: 1st Saturday of every month 9:00 am in the Children’s Chapel for a continental breakfast, fellowship, worship, Bibles Study and communion.
West Campus: 2nd Saturday of every month 9:00 am in the 50’s plus room for worship, Bible Study and communion and fellowship, coffee and donuts are served. Potluck: the 3rd Sunday of every month at 1:00 pm in the 50’s + room for a potluck and fellowship
Both Campuses: meet for special outings and activities.
For more information contact:
Pastor Ray – [email protected]
East Campus: John Mongelli – 520-977-0363
West Campus: Ted – 520-269-6799
It’s no small task taking care of 16 acres of land and 114,000 square feet of facilities. It takes prayer, communication, careful monitoring, lots of hard work, and sacrifice. A small army of faithful staff and volunteers make up our maintenance ministry. Some volunteers are skilled workers, but most of them are just regular folks who commit their time to helping out with on-going needs. Basic janitorial and landscaping maintenance make up the majority of the work, and of course, everything always needs to be repainted.
If any tradesmen or professionals would like to donate their time, please call the maintenance office at 520-807-2364 to talk to Wendel, our Campus Maintenance Supervisor. If you are interested in volunteering in Calvary Maintenance, please fill out a Volunteer Application. If you are looking for full or part time employment, please stop by the West Campus office Tuesday-Friday and fill out an employment application in addition to the Volunteer Application.
We look forward to working with you for the glory of God! God bless and Maranatha!!
Sanctuary Set Up
Sanctuary Set Up
Straightening chairs and replenishing visitors cards in the sanctuary. If you would like to get involved, please fill out a Volunteer Application and call Marty at 520-349-8545.
The bookstore is always looking for people to serve before and after church services, and during the week days. If you would like to get involved, please fill out a Volunteer Application and stop by either campus during a service to speak with the manager. You can also email the bookstore overseer, Magda, at [email protected].
Food for the Homeless
Food for the Homeless
Feeding the homeless dinner at the Five Points Apartments, a transitional housing program for working men and women who need assistance in a difficult season of life. For more information call Holly at 520-975-7858.
Solid Ground, our coffee shop ministry, encourages fellowship by serving refreshments before and after our church services. If you would like to help, please fill out a Volunteer Application and email [email protected] for the West Campus, or [email protected] for the West Campus. You can also stop by the coffee shop before or after any service to talk to the manager.
Ushers & Greeters Ministry regularly needs women and men to serve and direct our congregation. If you’d like to be an Usher or Hostess, please fill out a Volunteer Application and call our office at 520-573-9933.
Prayer Room Counseling
Online Prayer Chain
If you would like to submit your prayers to our online prayer ministry, or if you would like to be added to our “prayer warrior team”, please send an email to [email protected].
Within the pages of scripture we find music and lyrical song utilized to worship God in diverse circumstances. It is evident that He allows and appreciates for humanity to worship Him through the medium of music and we, therefore, place an emphasis on it’s use during our weekly services.
We believe that music reaches into the heart and soul, and allows people to approach God in an intimate way. It affords us the opportunity to express our longing, thanks, and adoration, and allows us to receive encouragement, consolation, and admonishment.