We love new comers and we are happy to introduce ourselves to you! Here's a glimpse of what you can expect when you visit.Parking
. We have plenty of parking available in our lot. You are also welcome to park in the Park n' Ride adjacent to our building right on the corner of Cedar and Grove.Sunday mornings.
As you walk up to our building, you will be greeted by friendly greeters who will welcome you with a smile and hand you a weekly bulletin. There is always free coffee and tea available off to your right upon entering the main lobby, or you can purchase a coffee drink from "The Way Cup". All proceeds go toward supporting our missionaries. If you have kids!
We have five wonderful age appropriate classes for infants through 5th grade, Here is a list of our current classes. 1) Nursery age is newborn - 24 months. 2) Toddlers age is 2-3 years. 3) 4 year olds - kindergarten class. 4) 1st grade - 3rd grade class. 5) 4th grade - 5th grade class. All of our children's teachers and helpers over the age of 18 have filled out and passed a thorough background check to ensure the safety of all our kids. For checking in your children
, we use kidcheck.com. which is an online system that is very simple and easy to use. If you are new or visiting, we have two check-in stations (one next to "The Way Cup" and one at the top of the stairs) where you can fill out your child's info (age, gender, allergies, special requests). You can also check them in before you come by clicking here; register my child for the first time
. After you register your children, follow the big, wooden signs to the correct class. Our teachers and helpers are very friendly and welcoming and will help to make you child feel comfortable in a new environment. (Class sizes are usually 5 - 15 students per class)Main Service.
We begin right at 10am, so make sure you get here with enough time to check your kids in, grab a coffee and a good seat, We start with praise and worship.
Our worship leaders will lead us in prayer and singing songs that will praise and worship Jesus. Worship is very important because it prepares our hearts to hear from God's Word. You are welcome to sit, stand or raise your hands during worship. After about 20-25 minutes of praise and worship, we like to take a few moments to greet some people around us. You'll probably receive a friendly handshake or possibly a hug; but don't worry, we won't be too overbearing. Once people begin to sit down, Joel Belcher, our teaching elder, will come up front to welcome the congregation and make a couple announcements.Bible Study.
The main part of our service is our 45-50 minute Bible study, Joel will teach a passage of the Bible in a way that is easy to understand. He will make points throughout the message that are relevant and applicable to our lives. He is always very intentional to teach the Bible verse by verse, chapter by chapter, book by book, so where he leaves off one Sunday, he picks up again the next. Currently we are in the gospel of John.The service usually concludes around 11:15-11:30
with prayer and sometimes a final song. After the message, there will be a prayer team of men and women up front who would love to pray with you for specific needs. This concludes the main part of the service.Don't run out just yet!
After picking up your children, hang out for a while in the lobby where there's usually hot soup and homemade bread waiting for you. Grab a bite to eat and strike up a conversation with someone. Our church is very friendly and welcoming and we love meeting new people, so we hope you feel welcome and accepted. At Calvary Chapel Marysville, you can always expect to find genuine love and acceptance, spirit led Bible studies and sincere praise and worship. We look forward to meeting you!Wednesdays are a bit more casual.
Worship and Bible study starts at 7 and usually concludes about 8:15. We are currently going through a parenting video series called, "Getting to the Heart of Parenting," by Dr. Paul Tripp.