Frequently Asked Questions
What happens during a Sunday service at Calvary Nexus?
At Calvary Nexus, we want to help you love God and His word. Each Sunday, we’ll spend most of our time studying the Word of God. The service typically lasts about an hour, with 25 minutes devoted to glorifying God through modern worship music.
Do I need to bring anything?
Come as you are! If you’d like to bring a Bible to follow along with the teaching, we invite you to bring your own or download the YouVersion Bible app.
What can I expect from the teaching?
During Sunday worship services, one of our teaching pastors will teach directly from the Bible. We teach through the Bible book by book, chapter by chapter, and verse by verse.
Is there a difference between the 9:00am and 11:00am service?
No, both services have the same worship songs and teaching.
What programs do you have for my kids?
We currently offer several programs for kids during our Sunday services:
- Toddler Classroom
- Kids Church (Elementary)
- Nursery – available during services for nursing mothers
Where do I check-in my child for Kids Church?
When you arrive, our Kids ministry team will meet you upstairs and be happy to help get your kids signed in.
What are Neighborhood Groups?
Neighborhood Groups are an opportunity for you to learn to love God and neighbors better in the context of a small group setting. These groups typically meet weekly, and we offer groups in a variety of locations, as well as groups based around certain interests and life stages. Ultimately, Neighborhood Groups are designed to help you make Jesus king in every part of your life.
How can I join a Neighborhood Group?
Visit our Neighborhood Group page to find a group that works for you!
Jesus is our King, and we desire to submit every part of our life to His authority. At Calvary Nexus, you’ll gather with others who are united around loving God and loving others.
Love the Bible
The Bible is God’s word to us, and we’re committed to learning it and living it.
Life is complicated, but you don’t have to do it alone. We purposefully make space in our lives so we can love God, our families, and our neighbors.
Every weekend we gather to glorify God. During the week, we go out and saturate our community through our gospel-centered Neighborhood Groups.