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Mount Calvary Lutheran Church & School

 
50th Anniversary
Thanking God for 50 Years of Grace
Sunday, October 5th



9:00am History Powerpoint Presentation
10:30am  Festival Service

There is no 8:00am service on the 5th 
12:00  Dinner Celebration
 

A Place for You, A Place for Faith

Are you looking for a church that takes a serious look at “what does the Bible say?”  In uncertain times, are you looking for something trustworthy, something reliable, something you can hang on to?  At Mount Calvary, everything from worship to Bible Study to Sunday School for kids revolves around God’s 100% reliable Word.  At the same time, it’s about you.   We want you to feel welcome here, grow in your faith in Jesus at a comfortable pace with no pressure to join, commit or give over yourself or anything to the church.  As a matter of fact, we hope to show you how serious God is about graciously and generously giving you his very best at just the right time!


A Place for Life

When you dig into the Bible, you see that life has always been the same: questions about truth, bad people harming innocent people, people struggling with hurts, sicknesses, anxiety, financial problems and more.  But, it’s also in the Bible where you hear Jesus speak the truth that is relevant to your life, where you see Jesus give real answers to real problems, real hope to hopelessness.  In that, you find an all-together new and different life now and this perfect life in heaven.  At Mount Calvary you’ll find
 


A Place for Worship  Near You

There’s no dress code—come as you are!  There are no  hoops to jump through or experience necessary.  We use a worship folder that strives to help all worshipers –old and new—comfortably follow along and join in at their own pace.  We worship each Sunday at 8:00am and 10:30am.  You’ll find us at 3961 Alta Mesa Drive in Southwest Redding.  Click here to contact us or for a map and directions.  You can always call us at 530-221-2480.

 

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