Serve at Calvary and in the community.

Make a difference in the world that God made by volunteering at any time. We have opportunities for you to join us in service in-person and on-campus throughout the week (while doing so safely under Covid-19 restrictions). You can also serve the church and community online on the weekend and throughout the week. We are able to offer you one-on-one coaching or small group training, while adhering to safe physical distancing guidelines of online via video conferencing.

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God’s Work. Our Hands. Service Weekend, September 10-11.

Scheduled for Sept. 10-11, 2022 (Launch Weekend), “God’s work. Our hands.” Weekend is an opportunity to celebrate who we are as Calvary Lutheran Church and who we are as a part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) — one church, freed in Christ to love and serve our neighbor. 

The COVID-19 pandemic brought about significant changes to our world, and we continue to witness how communities across the globe are experiencing its impact. But one thing is certain— we continue to be church together. 

These acts of service allow us to explore one of our most basic Lutheran convictions: All of life in Jesus Christ — every act of service, in every daily calling, in every corner of life — flows freely from a living, daring confidence in God’s grace.  

You do this kind of work every day —loving your neighbors and making your community a better place.  

On Launch Weekend, we will come together as a congregation to be God’s hands in our community.  Watch for details in the coming weeks about projects available for every age and how to sign up! 


Click here for Calvary Cares Food Items Needed, Showers of Blessings Clothing Needs and Volunteer Roles.  Email Teresa Kaldor for questions and information on other projects.

Volunteering at TACO

Prayer Shawl Ministry and Quilting for Uplifting

Helping Afghan Refugees: Download information about local efforts here.

Helping Ukrainians: Lutheran Disaster Response is accompanying our companion churches in Ukraine, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia, as well as such ecumenical partners as the Lutheran World Federation and Church World Service, in their humanitarian responses to the crisis. These partners provide refugees with immediate support and supplies such as food, blankets, water and hygiene kits.  For more information, go to: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (

Upcoming Opportunities

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Join a ministry team:

  • Children, Youth & Family Ministry: this team of youth and adults mobilizes people and families for spiritual growth, community, and service through age-specific ministries.
  • Faith Formation Ministry: teach classes or facilitate small group ministry
  • Lay Care Ministry: visit those who are homebound or in recovery from an illness or surgery
  • Parish Nurse Ministry:    provides education, including CPR; health counseling, patient advocacy, help with referrals, a health screening team, emergency response team, and facilitates the development of support groups. This ministry seeks to promote understanding of the relationship between faith and help.
  • Prayer Shawl Ministry: learn how to knit prayer shawls and blankets to give to those in need of comfort and prayer
  • Worship Ministry: participate in worship services by becoming an usher, a reader, a sound board operator, an acolyte, or part of the altar preparations team
  • Welcome Ministry: work with others to make sure our campus and organization are a welcoming community to all
  • Music Ministry: modern instrumental and vocal ensemble group, women's choir, soloists, create a group
  • Mission Outreach Ministry: coordinates service in and with our local and global communities.

For information email Teresa.

All materials, a script, and the station manual will be provided.

Volunteer today!

Resources on Serving
ELCA Advocacy