Christian education in its best form focuses on the result. Churches help individuals know what it means to be a Christian, guide people to tell God’s story in relation to their own story, and prepare members to hear God’s call to go and serve. Congregations help learners hunger for faith-filled conversations around Scripture and lives of faithful action. At Calvary we encourage all to let us know what they are interested in learning more about so that we can take what we learn into our families, work places and communities. Whether we are learning how to take care of our bodies in a healthy manner or studying a specific book of the bible, when we are in fellowship and study with one another we are following Jesus command to us to “leave our nets and follow Him”…Matthew 4:20. We are always striving to offer a variety of classes that provide opportunities to know God and other members of our community and congregation. To grow in relationship with God and others and ultimately equip our members to become disciples in our communities and beyond.
For more info contact Nancy Mills, Director of Discipleship
410-268-1776 ext. 203
For more detailed offerings in Christian education this Fall see The Chronicle (page 4)
Calvary United Methodist Church is committed to ensuring that all children and youth involved in church ministries may participate in an environment of safety and security. In that light, we join other local churches to develop and implement policies and procedures to protect our children and youth.
Safe Sanctuaries Policy
Employee Information Form
Conference Sexual Misconduct Questionnaire