Calvary Community Church

Worship - Sunday 10:30 AM

Café is open after Worship on Sunday

Wed. 10 am Corporate Prayer Time
  • COMMUNION - 1st Sunday of each month
  • MISSIONS EMPHASIS - every 4th Sunday
  • COUNTRY MUSIC SUNDAY - every other 4th Sunday

The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada


  • Calvary Harvest Dinner

    September 30, 2017
    October is just around the corner & we here at Calvary desire to honor the Lord of the Harvest with some food & some fellowship. Therefore, to do so we are hosting a GRAND evening of Barbershop music, tasty food & a whole lot fun. So, join us for a delight full time
  • Family FunFest

    September 09, 2017

    Coming this Sept, Calvary will be hosting our first FAMILY FUNFEST @ 10-2 Pm, where we will be hosting a variety of activities for the whole family, such as;

    • Community Vendors
    • Delicious BBQ
    • Massive Garage Sale
    • Dunk Tank/Air Castles
    • Animal rescue

    & much more. So, join us for some good old family fun.

  • Calvary LIVE

    July 02, 2017

    Your sick in bed, stuck at work, stranded on a desert island, or maybe flying around the world, but your heart is right here with the family of Calvary, wishing you could be here too. Great news, now you can by joining us LIVE here every Sunday in the great tabernacle of Calvary VIA Rev Cory R Bursey Facebook page or Calvary's YOUTUBE page. So, log on today & begin your journey to transformation.

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    Always Enthroned

    August 3, 2017

    Always Enthroned

    In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord sitting on a throne, high and lifted up, and the train of His robe filled the temple.
    Isaiah 6:1

    Sometimes after a calamitous event, a well-meaning person will say, “Not to worry. God is still on His throne and everything will be alright.” That is definitely true, and such statements affirm our belief in the sovereignty and providence of God in all things. But the word “still” poses a bit of a problem.

    When we say something is “still” true it suggests the possibility that one day it might not be true. It suggests that we have looked into heaven to see if something terrible occurred because God was momentarily away from His throne. Relieved, we say, “No—God is still on the throne so we know this event was part of His plan.” By definition, God would not be God if He was not on the throne of God. Indeed, God can never not be God; God can never not be on His throne. That’s why Paul could write verses like Romans 8:28: Even when bad things happen, we know they are within God’s sovereign plan to conform us to Christ’s image. Bad things happen while God is on His throne, not while He is not on His throne.

    Let us praise God today that He has always been on His throne and always will be.

    The fixed point in the universe, the unalterable fact, is the throne of God.
    G. Campbell Morgan

    Bible Reading;

    1st Samuel 1-3