Who we are

"Calvary Baptist Church is a multi-generational local church family striving to glorify God by worshipping corporately, growing personally, and making disciples of Jesus Christ."

Our Services

"At Calvary Baptist Church we endeavor to use every aspect of our ministry to point to God Himself. We have a strong emphasis on expository preaching. Our music is focused on enthusiastic congregational involvement. Our goal in our services is not ultimately that we would know one another better (though this may happen), but that all who meet together with us would know the creator God better. Knowing God is what we desire to be the center of all we do. John 17:3 "This is eternal life: that they may know You, the only true God, and the One You have sent--Jesus Christ."

Our Pastors

Bill Hubert

Having grown up at Calvary Baptist Church, Pastor Bill has a passion for helping people through teaching, guiding and counseling. He started his work as a Sunday School teacher here, began leading Faithline youth group for the teens, and served as a deacon before becoming a pastor in April of 2021. After growing up in Calvary Baptist Church, Pastor Bill left the church and stopped following God for several years, seeking his own life until he realized he must give it up for Christ, rekindling his desire to serve God in any way possible. Pastor Bill has a passion to share that heart-change with others to help them foster a closer relationship with God.

Pastor Bill’s first daughter, Monica, was born in September 2002. In March of 2009 he married his long-time love, Steph, and in December of 2010 their daughter Layla was born. As a lay pastor, he has a full-time job and splits his time between work, serving in the church, hobbies of gaming and painting, and spending time with his family.

Pastor Bill may be contacted at Brassknickers@yahoo.com

Brian Warner

The Gospel

God created and rules our world. When He created the world He made mankind rulers of the world under Him, but we have rejected the ruler, by trying to run life our own way without Him. We have rebelled against the Creator. The question is, what will He do about this rebellion? God says “the wages [punishment] of sin is death” (Romans 6:23) God’s justice sounds hard, but because of God’s love, He sent His Son into the world, the man Jesus Christ. Jesus lived under God the Father’s rule, obeying Him perfectly. He was killed by those who rejected Him. By dying in our place He took our punishment and brought forgiveness and reconciliation with God. The Bible says, “But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” (Romans 5:8) But that’s not all – God, raised Jesus to life again as the ruler of the world. Jesus has conquered death, and gives new life. Now we are all faced with a choice: our way or God’s way? We can continue to live our own way, reject God, and try to run our own life. This leads to Separation from God and sure judgment. Or we can live according to God’s way by submitting to Jesus as our ruler and relying on Jesus’ death and resurrection. The glorious result of this is forgiveness, eternal life, and reconciliation to God! This is God’s grace to us! For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: not of works, lest any man should boast. – Ephesians 2:8-9

We Believe In…

That the Bible is fully inspired and is the infallible Word ofGod, II Timothy 3:16.
In the Trinity of the God-head; one God eternally existing in three Persons– Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I John 5:6-7.
In the personality, deity and work of the Holy Spirit, John 14:26, the third Person in the Trinity, I John 5:6-7.
In the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, John 1:14, as the Son of God and God the Son, John 10:29-30.
In Jesus’ virgin birth; that He was conceived by the Holy Ghost and is, therefore, God manifested in the flesh, Matthew 1:18-25.
In Jesus’ substitutionary death; that the Son of God gave “His own life a ransom for many”, I Timothy 2:5-6, and “bore our sins in His own body on the tree”, I Peter 2:24.
In the bodily resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, Acts 1:1-3, that He ascended into Heaven, Acts 1:9-11, and that He is now at the right hand of God the Father as our Priest, Hebrews 10:10-12, and Advocate, I John 2:1.
In the visible, glorious, imminent, and bodily return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to be pre-millennial, I Thessalonians 4:16-18.

In the reality and personality of Satan, Isaiah 14:12-15.
In the special creation of the universe, Genesis 1:1, and man, Genesis 1:27.
In the sin, fall, and depravity of the human race through Adam, Romans 5:12, therefore, in the necessity of regeneration by the New Birth, Ephesians 2:4-8.
In the Church organization as a body of baptized believers, Acts 2:41-42, gathered together by the Holy Spirit for the purpose of carrying out the principles and precepts of God’s Word, I Corinthians 2:12-13, and in the Church organism as the mystical body of Christ, of which He is the living head and of which, regenerate believers are members only, I Corinthians 12:12-27.
In the immersion of the believer in water as the only Biblical form of baptism, Acts 8:35-39.
In the partaking of the Bread and the Cup in the Communion Service as a privilege peculiar only to those who are in Christ, I Corinthians 11:26-28.
In the bodily resurrection and translation of the believer at Christ’s return,
I Thessalonians 4: 16-17.
In the bodily resurrection and judgment of unbelievers after the Millennial reign of Christ, Revelation 20: 1 1-15.
In the eternal security of the believer on earth, John 10:28-30, and in the eternal blessedness of the righteous in Heaven, Revelation 21 :1-4, and in the eternal existence and punishment of the wicked in the Lake of Fire, Matthew 25:41 and Revelation 20:11-15.

Sunday Service Times

Sunday School: 9:00 AM
Worship Service: 10:30 AM
Prayer Service: 5 PM
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