Calvary Communities meet in homes throughout the valley. A typical Calvary Community gathering could include a meal or casual time of snacks and getting to know others, discussion of a Bible passage, prayer for one another, or a time to reach out to friends and neighbors. Think of these groups more as a community of people rather than just a Bible study. At Calvary Boise we seek to know Jesus and make Him known by living life together as communities. These communities are for singles, families, young and old, from all backgrounds. These are our version of “home groups,” “house church,” or “life groups,” based out of the vision of church we see in Acts 2:42-49. We'd love for everyone who calls Calvary Boise their church home to be a part of a Calvary Community where they can be cared for and live out the 59 "one anothers" of the New Testament that make up much of the Christian life.
JOIN A GROUP:
We organize our communities by area of town to help you see if there is one near you. Please contact the leader from the groups listed below to find out when they meet and get answers to any questions you may have. Or fill out our online registration letting us know of your interest and our Pastor of Communities will contact you to help you find a group.
LEADERS & HOSTS:
We always have opportunities for more people to be invovled as leaders and hosts of our Calvary Communities. If you are interested in serving in this way, please fill out the application online, or contact Pastor Kirk if you have questions.
As we continue to re-gather and learn the lessons of our cultural moment, we are building biblical community here at Calvary Boise. To see the vision of strong communities living life together, we need leaders who are prepared to love and lead the church in our smaller communities. So, we are calling all existing leaders & hosts (with their spouses) along with all those who would be new leaders or hosts to join us for a time of fellowship and equipping coming up soon.
For more information about Calvary Communities, contact Pastor Kirk Crager.