Digital Bulletin

Thanks for Joining us at Calvary Burlington!

At Calvary Burlington we have events and ministries that are designed to draw you into relationship with Jesus Christ and with the church family. On this page you'll get a snapshot of some news and events, but for more information you may also want to check out our Events page, What We Believe, and our Groups section. If you have any questions , don't hesitate to reach out via text (289-207-4124) or email (hello@calvaryburlington.ca)

We're live every Sunday at 9:50 am at live.calvaryburlington.ca. Join us for live chat, prayer prompts and more. 

No RSVP Needed for the Service!

Sundays are way better when we worship in community! We no longer require you to reserve spots in the service. Isn't that fantastic news?  We provide a safe environment for you to grow in your faith. The facility is thoroughly cleaned between services and ministries, masks are required while in the building, and contact tracing is completed on all of our attendees.  Join us this Sunday!

StuMin Go-Karts on July 28

Students in grades 6-12, join us for some laps around the Lakeland Kartway course followed by a hangout at Lake Ontario. Cost: $15. Contact Mike Sanders to reserve your spots, and invite a friend or two to join you!

CB Kids Midweek August 11

CB Kids, you and your family are invited to our first summer midweek event on Wednesday, August 11 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm. There will be lots of outdoor games and fun for your whole family! If you are ages 3 to grade 5, join us for this free, fun event! You'll need lawn chairs, water bottles, a mask, and lots of energy. Contact Mike Sanders for more information.

Communion on Sunday, August 1

We'll be celebrating communion on Sunday, August 1. Communion is how we remember all that Jesus has done for us on the cross so that we could be forgiven of our sins and have eternal life. By taking communion you are acknowledging that you have repented of your sins and are celebrating your new life in Christ. For those who are worshipping at home, have some juice and some bread or crackers available to take communion along with the church family.

Finding Food In Halton Region

If you are in need of food or emergency household items please email us or send a text to 289-207-4124. Food For Life offers a number of community food pick-up locations for those who are experiencing food shortages. Visit them online for a location near you. 

Give In-Person or Online

Everything we own and everything we have comes from God, so our financial giving (or "offering") is simply how we offer God a small portion of all the abundance He has already given to us.  Your financial giving supports the work of Calvary Burlington on Sundays and throughout the week. Calvary is involved in our community through partnerships with a variety of local organizations and missions agencies. You can give in-person on Sunday mornings, or online any time. Moe information is available here:  calvaryburlington.ca/give/give

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Offering from July 25, 2021

Name of Fund Amount Donated Weekly Average Weekly Budget
General Fund $6,065 $5,800 $6,130
Benevolent Fund $65 $77
Building Fund $375 $40

Thank you for your faithful giving. Your offering supports the work of Calvary Burlington here in the Halton region and around the world. Please make all cheques payable to Calvary Baptist Church Burlington. Offerings received will be placed into one of these three categories. By default the full amount received is place into the General Fund unless a portion is designated to the Benevolent or Building Fund. If you'd like more information on giving online you can email treasurer@calvaryburlington.ca.

Inspire Hope

Inspire hope in the hearts of our community by chalking colourful and encouraging messages on the sidewalks in front of Long-Term Care Centres in our area.