Statement from the church board regarding the COVID-19 (Coronavirus):

In accordance with the current guidelines released by the CDC restricting social gatherings to 10 persons or less, we will suspend all church gatherings until further notice.

We will, however, live stream our worship service this Sunday morning at 10:30, but will not permit anyone in the building except for essential personnel. Going forward, we will explore the possibility of adding other content in addition to our Sunday morning worship service.

We, the board, will continue to revisit this issue as often as it is necessary. We are hopeful that we can gather and worship together again in the very near future!

In the meantime be praying for our church family and our country as we deal with this unprecedented virus.

Also the expenses of our church are ongoing. If you want to help you can send your tithe two different ways, by mail to the church or on our web page through online giving.

Thank you for your support and your prayers as we navigate through these very difficult days.

GREETINGS on behalf of the friendly congregation of the Calvary Bible Methodist Church in Greenfield, Indiana!
We are always excited about having new people join us in worship to our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! YOU would certainly be welcomed by friendly people and in an atmosphere of God’s presence.
It is our intention to present our world with the dynamic, life-changing message of eternal hope found through Jesus Christ! It is our desire to teach and promote Biblical truth, develop a spiritual community for Christians of all ages, and participate in meaningful worship to God.
So after you browse the website, plan to stop in and worship with us. We will anticipate getting acquainted with you and serving the Lord together.
Calvary is a member of the Heartland Conference of The Bible Methodist Connection of Churches. We are located in rural Hancock County near Greenfield, Indiana. Please come worship with us.

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