Calvary Community Church

WEEKLY SCHEDULE
Worship - Sunday 10:30 AM

Cafe
Café is open after Worship on Sunday

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

  • Sr. Youth Escape Room

    November 24, 2017

    This coming November we are taking our senior youth out to the famous APE ESCAPE room, right here in Windsor. It is a time of excitement & fun as this night is a prison theme night. This night is filled with;

    • Unlimited popcorn
    • Unlimited Pizza
    • Free Movie
    • Escape Room

    So, come on out & enjoy some food, fellowship & the Word of God.

    Nov 24th @ 5 Pm $ 15

  • A.D The Bible Continues

    November 02, 2017

    We here at Calvary are always evolving to meet the Spiritual needs of our community, which is why we will be hosting a revolutionary Bible studies series, called “A.D The Bible Continues”. This is a Video curriculum design to give us an in depth look at how the Church was birthed. Join us on Nov 2nd /16th /24th  

  • Calvary Live

    October 31, 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.

    https://www.youtube.com/user/TheBursey

    https://www.facebook.com/calvarycommunitychurchtecumseh/
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    Gods Provisions

    November 7, 2017

    God’s Provision

    And Elijah said to her, “Do not fear, go and do as you have said, but make me a small cake from it first…”
    1 Kings 17:13

    The widow glanced at all she had left: a handful of flour and a little oil. As she went outside to gather sticks for her and her son's last meal, she was preparing herself for the end. When she met the prophet Elijah and he requested water and bread, she explained her situation. 

    Elijah encouraged her to look beyond her circumstances to God's provision. As she prepared Elijah's meal that day and each day that followed, she had a choice to either trust God's provision or to protect the little she had.  

    When God prompts us to serve, it's easy to focus on our resources instead of His. It's easy to list our lack of resources as an excuse or to mistakenly take the glory for ourselves when we have the resources. We forget that everything we have comes from God. Elijah asked the widow to set aside fear and to serve based on the God she was serving.  

    God is powerful and all glory belongs to Him. He changes circumstances and redeems even the darkest of circumstances. In the midst of situations the world sees as hopeless, we can cling to Elijah's words, “Do not fear.” 

    “If your life is an example of glorifying God, others won't see your good works and glorify YOU, because they'll know what you are doing is for God's glory” 
    Charles Swindoll

    Reading:

    1st Kings 17:6-15

  • Oct31Tue

    Flaring Up

    October 31, 2017

    Flaring Up

     

    The LORD will guide you continually. 
    Isaiah 58:11

     

    Last summer a series of solar flares disrupted air traffic over the North Pole. The solar eruptions, described as “huge expulsions of magnetic field and plasma,” shot from an area near the center of the sun’s disc. Scientists feared they were strong enough to touch off geomagnetic storms on earth. Airlines rerouted flights between America and Asia to avoid disturbances to the planes’ GPS systems.

     

    Most of us have traded in our folded maps for GPS devices, but we know they aren’t perfect. Sometimes they lead us down the wrong road, and occasionally they stop working altogether. But God’s guidance system is nonstop and never failing. He continually guides His children.

    The Bible says that when we offer ourselves as living sacrifices, refuse to be conformed to this world, and are transformed by the renewing of our minds, we will prove what is “that good and acceptable and perfect will of God” (Romans 12:1-2). As we trust in the Lord with all our hearts and lean not to our own understanding, and we acknowledge Him in all our ways—He will direct our paths (Proverbs 3:5-6, paraphrase).

    One of the greatest and most precious privileges of the believer is to have the guidance of God at every turn of life.
    Reuben Archer Torrey, in The Voice of God in the Present Hour

     

    Recommended reading

     

    Isaiah 58:10-14