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Calvary Church has a singular aim. It has one purpose. We want to live the life that Jesus lived.
We aren’t perfect, far from it. We are a group of people from all walks of life and ages who are hungry for something more. We believe that the good news that Jesus preached is more than a ticket to heaven. We believe the good news is for right now in our actual lives. We believe that Jesus transforms lives and we want to experience it. We want you to experience it.
Wherever you are at with Jesus, we would be honored if you visited us.
Calvary Church is a church that is seeking to be a church of disciples that make disciples
We want to give away what the Lord has given us. This year we are seeking to grow as disciple makers. We invite you to join us!
We are a family. In families good and difficult things happen. What makes a family so great is the ability to be with one another on the best and worst days of each other’s lives. This is the place to learn about births, marriages, anniversaries, celebrations, hospitalizations and death of members. This is one way that we can be a family.
We are an intentional, intergenerational community that desires to reach the Orland Park and surrounding areas with the good news of Jesus. Our building is a multi-purpose building that was built with families, small groups and the local community in mind. We worship at 9 AM & 10:30 AM.
Calvary Oak Lawn is a campus of Calvary Church. Located on Central Avenue in Oak Lawn, Calvary Oak Lawn is a community on mission. Worship services our Sundays @ 10 AM.
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All are welcome! Join us at Calvary Church in Orland Park On Sundays for a church service devoted to serving the Arab-American community. Our service is at 1 PM!
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ALL IN is a five-week small-group experience for people interested in becoming a member at Calvary. Calvary’s membership might be different from other churches you have been a part of in the past.
Begins October 23 | Wednesday evenings at 7 PM | Calvary Church Oak Lawn
We want to pursue God’s heart for racial reconciliation because we witness Jesus bridging racial divides in the Gospels. But what does this look like? Join us as we discuss Latasha Morrison’s book Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation
Join other families on Sunday, October 20th as Calvary visits Konows. This is a great opportunity to connect with friends. It is also a great way to introduce your disconnected friends to church. This is a non-threatening, relational event that builds a bridge to church through friendship.