Calvary offers two youth groups.
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The Youth Ministry at Calvary is a unique ministry where youth are welcomed and included as they are. You do not have to be a member of Calvary in order to participate in the Youth Ministry. In fact, 25% of our youth ministry are made up of non- members. Our doors are open to all youth and they are welcome to participate in our Adventures of Faith throughout the year. We have fun growing, learning and experiencing God in a different kind of way.
The Jr. and Sr. Youth Beach Retreats are just one of the highlights of the summer for the Youth Ministry. This retreat is designed for fun, rest after a long school years and growing in our faith. We spend a lot of time on the beach, relaxing, growing in relationship with each other and with God and enjoying God Time at night. Jump in and join us, you will not regret it.
The Jr. High and Sr. Youth Mission Trips are the best! We offer a week long mission trip for both Jr. and Sr. Youth. We have served from the coast of North Carolina to the mountains of Tennessee, and as far south as Florida. In all of those travels, it seems that we have found a mission trip home in Georgia. The camp is welcoming and comfortable while the food is like home cooking. It is there that we find happiness in serving others and experiencing the Holy Spirit through Worship every evening. This is a week of hard work, a lot of laughter, fun, and growth.
2018 Jr. Youth Mission Trip: July 8-13
2018 Sr. Youth Mission Trip: July 15-21
Calvary Kids are for children 3 years old through 5th grade. Activities are planned throughout the year. Contact Mike Holt for more information.
Wild Caving is a great way to experience God's creation in the out of the way places. We make this experience happen about once a year. Join us in the darkness of creation. Challenge yourself, experience a completely different environment underground and learn to trust your neighbor.
Justice! This is a big word with a lot of meaning. We have learned about Justice and Injustice through visits from people who have made a huge difference to others. We have been blessed to make friendships with Civil Rights Leaders such as Franklin McCain and Jessie Douglas. We have learned about the Holocaust through a World War II Liberator, Jessie Oxendine and Holocaust Survivors Susan Spatz, and Henry Hirschman. We have met a number of others that have made a difference and we have met and shared in conversation with President Jimmy Carter.
The Amish Experience is a once in a lifetime experience where we have traveled to Pennsylvania to learn and experience the Amish way of life and faith. We live with the Amish for a week, help with the daily chores, work around the farm, learn, grow and experience a life of faith. We have found that to have more is not necessarily what is important, to live by faith and to have what you need is.