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Calvary Middle School

Partnering to Disciple a Generation


Student Bible Fellowship

We desire to develop students who love the Lord their God with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength and love their neighbor as themselves.

Over a three-year span, we equip students to learn the story of the Bible and the continuing story of the Church by surveying the Old Testament, the New Testament, and Church History. Through this process students become familiar with both biblical theology and Bible doctrine, which will set them on a right course for high school. Our goal is to help students shape isolated Bible stories into a logical, compelling narrative about God’s amazing work in the world.

We meet during the second service up in the high school room. The first twenty minutes are for students to hang out and catch up with one another. At 11AM, the high school and middle school students break into their respective groups for teaching. This teaching time lasts an hour and encourages participation and discussion through out.




In the Basement

Tuesday nights include games, worship, thought-provoking preaching, and small groups. We meet on Tuesday evenings, 6:30-8:30PM. Bring a friend and a dollar or two for the snack shop.















First Fridays

Friends Fellowship

Most first Fridays of the year we have an evening of fellowship or mission, usually off the Calvary campus and on site at locations like Feed My Starving Children, Laser Quest, Movie Nights, Sky Zone, By the Hand, or at another venue. Fridays, tentatively 5:30-9:30PM. Open to all middle school students and their friends.


Have questions? Contact Caroline Wittman. She'll be glad to help.