Men's Bible Studies
Ongoing morning and evening options
The strength of a church is often reflected in the strength of its families, and the strength of a family is often as strong as the man who leads it.
The men of Calvary Church help to strengthen families in our church and community through fellowship and serving.
Men's Bible Studies
Small groups meet weekly for Bible study to enrich their faith and grow in fellowship. Bring your Bible — newcomers are welcome anytime!
Jumpstart your workday! Hot coffee and breakfast snacks are available each week.Monday Mornings
Room 242 | Dave Wentink
This study in the book of Ephesians teaches how to live a Spirit-filled life, discover how to overcome sin, integrate the Word into everyday life, be a better witness to others, and fulfill the plan God has designed for you!
First and Second Thessalonians
Conference Room A (4th Floor) | Tom Miller
These are Paul's first two epistles, letters to a church he helped start in Macedonia. With them he encourages, instructs, and gives hope in the midst of persecution. The message is simple but clear, and one we still need to hear today: Stay the course, don't wander from the truth, cling to the hope of knowing that Christ is coming back. The message for us? Be ready.”
Gospel of John
Room 306 | Bill Harding
We all long for a full, rich, satisfying life. But how do we fill up the empty places in our soul? How can we quench our thirst for something deeper, more lasting, more meaningful? John urges us to take a fresh look at Jesus and invites us to renew our faith in the One who promises to be the way of true life.
Detours Bible Study
Stone Crest Chick Fil A | Jeffrey Arrington & Sy Pugh
Join us for this powerful study by Tony Evans that examines the life of Joseph as he endures trials, injustice, and even betrayal. Believers will ultimately find comfort and encouragement as we learn to trust in God's redemptive plan and sovereign will. Newcomers welcome!
Psalms – A Call to Worship
Room 401 | Wayne Hackbarth
April 18–May 23
There are times when we just don't know how to talk to God. The Psalms offer us a path to worship and draw closer to our Lord when we don't have the words. Join us for this new six week series — no registration necessary! Newcomers are welcome!
Contact: Wayne Hackbarth, 704.531.1987, email@example.com
Study of Isaiah
Room 227 | Brian Cooper
This semester we will be studying the book of Isaiah. Come and gain a new appreciation for this prophet as we witness a firsthand view of an all-powerful God who longs to connect with His people. Contact: Brian Cooper, 704.341.0647, firstname.lastname@example.org
All Veterans, Active Military, Reserve, National Guard
Saturday, May 20
Saturday, May 20 | 8:30–10:00 AM, Crown RoomAll veterans and active military service personnel and their spouses/families are invited to a special breakfast at Calvary. This will be an opportunity to remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice in service of our country as well as a meaningful tribute to all veterans, active duty military, Reserve, and National Guard.Guests will enjoy a delicious breakfast, great music, fellowship, and an inspirational keynote message by Lieutenant Colonel Jim Israel (retired).All military families in our congregation and community are invited! Don't miss this patriotic morning! Cost: $7
A Mobile Vet Center will be at Calvary on May 20The Mobile Vet Centers (MVCs) of the Department of Veterans Affairs provide information and resources to veterans that help with the transition between military and civilian life. Be sure to stop by the MVC at Calvary after the Memorial Breakfast!
The Memorial Breakfast is an outreach of the Calvary Military Ministry which seeks to connect and serve active duty military, Reserve and National Guard members, veterans, and all military family members in our congregation and the greater Charlotte community.
Hearts & Hammers
Next Training: Saturday, May 20
Men, join a team to do household repairs and yard work for Calvary members who need a helping hand!
Teams gather first at Calvary once a month for devotions and prayer before heading out to their assigned home. Teams support the same care receiver on a regular basis to complete work and build relationships.
Ready to join us? The next training session is scheduled at 8:45–9:30 AM on May 20 in Room 226. To allow for preparation and any real-time updates, online registration is required at least two days prior to the training date.