• Welcome to Calvary the Cross

    Pastor Mike and Becky GannNearly two thousand years ago a crowd gathered at the foot of a Roman cross to see a man who claimed to be the Son of    God crucified. There were many people, many questions, and even many doubts; yet, in the end a Roman Centurion said it best, Truly this was the Son of God!


    We gather at Calvary the Cross, recognizing Jesus Christ as the Son of God, our Savior! We rejoice in His life, His completed work on the cross, and His resurrection, which all give us the hope of eternal life with Him! If you have any questions about our fellowship or a relationship with Jesus, please contact the church office to speak with Pastor Mike.

Selah   stop and ponder this . . .

 “There was no room for them in the inn.” Those familiar words ring out across the centuries. Yet in truth, there was no room for Him anywhere. And this scene, reminds us not only of His character, but also of ours. The Creator returned to a hostile world, not with His divine wrath prepared to destroy all that would treat Him with contempt, but in divine mercy prepared to endure all that we could throw at Him. Could God’s attitude of mercy and love toward our hostile and rebellious world have been any clearer than when He was found lying in a manger? When we are having difficulty conjuring up an appropriate Christmas spirit, we need only picture the God of eternity, too glorious for mortal eyes to look upon and live, enduring that filthy and incredibly humiliating setting. It was His love for us that put Him in that manger, though He despised the shame of it. Could He say “I love you” any clearer?


Dan Schaeffer

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     December 14th - "Christmas: The Simplicity"

2 Corinthians 11:3



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