We believe that parents are the primary nurturers of their children’s faith and that our church plays a supportive role by partnering with parents in equipping them to do just that. Calvary's goal is to grow spiritually-healthy families, fostering a new generation of kids and parents who are actively pursuing a relationship with God.
Messy Hope: A Journey through Miscarriage & Infertility
This is a new community group where women who are or have experienced miscarriage or infertility can come together in true understanding and encouragement. Discussions will be relevant to the real life experiences women deal with during this struggle.
Messy Hope will meet the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month in the Prayer Room at the Mid Rivers Campus from 6:30 - 8:00 pm.
CLICK HERE to register.
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)
Mid Rivers - First & third Tuesdays of the month
MOPS recognizes that the years from infancy through Kindergarten are fundamental in a mother-child relationship and are filled with unique needs. MOPS allows today’s mothers of young children to journey motherhood together, in a supportive local community of authentic and caring relationships. Children ages birth through 5 are cared for in the MOPPETS program while their moms are being encouraged and equipped.
MOPS IS CURRENTLY AT CAPACITY.
CLICK HERE if you would like to volunteer to provide childcare for MOPS.
Mothers of Preschoolers Collective (MOPS Collective)
Tuesdays beginning January 29
6:00 pm - 8:15 pm
Registration info coming soon
Fierce Love Collective: What To Do with the Big Emotions of Motherhood is for any woman who has experienced emotions, thoughts or moods that feel too big for her heart to handle. We can all agree that this mothering gig is not for the faint of heart. It offers a unique mix of practical tools and soul care.
For moms who are expecting or have children Kindergarten or younger. Cost is $31.95, includes fall and spring sessions. Childcare and light dinner for children will be provided.
Open Arms: Support for Adoptive and Foster Families
Touchable Grace - God working through His Church in the care of orphans.
Calvary Open Arms Ministry provides hope for orphans, to educate, encourage and equip families in their journey towards adoption and foster care.
Our vision is for every orphan child to be loved, cared and support by a loving family so that they can grow up knowing that they are a child of God. Open Arms helps the Church reclaim the care for orphans as part of God's plan. Open Arms is a great place to connect, find encouragement, support and to be equipped.
Our website: openarmscalvary.com
Filipe & Cherie Magueja - Directors of Open Arms Ministry
Call (636) 939-4343, x1250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Myths & Realities Informational Class
Sunday, March 3
10:45 am - 12:15 pm
Mid Rivers Campus Room 130
If God is calling you to open your home to a child in foster care, care for a child from "hard places," or adopt, this 90-minute class covers the basics of foster care and adoption. No registration…just show up.
TBRI: Trust-Based Relational Intervention Parent Training
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The TBRI course is designed for those who are already foster and adoptive parents and grandparents. TBRI equips parents with a holistic understanding of their child's needs and development while empowering them with the tools and strategies to effectively meet those needs, build trust, and help their child heal and grow. The training is taught from a Christian perspective and focuses on a wide range of topics and issues relevant to adoptive and foster parents, including helping parents understand the impact of their child's history, what they themselves bring to the parent-child relationship, the fundamentals of attachment, the impact of fear, and the importance of meeting their child's sensory processing, nutritional and other physiological needs.
If you would like to take the Empowered To Connect simulcast training to a new level, or you were unable to make the conference, this training is for you!
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Open your arms and home to a child going through a troubled time. Find out how you can reach out with God’s love and compassion to embrace those who need temporary help in your community. Safe Families Staff will be available to answer questions and provide program insights.