Mid-size Life Groups are a great place to connect to fellow faith-filled folks on Sunday mornings. Groups range from 20-70 in size and are mostly formed by age and stage of life. Their purpose is to build community while studying God’s Word. No need to pre-register before attending—you’ll be warmly welcomed whenever you’re able to pop in.
Life Groups listed below meet September through May.
Sunday / 10am
For questions about current topic of study, get a hold of the contact person listed under each group.
Sojourners (75+) / Room 113
Kingdom Builders (65+) / Room 111
Contacts—Duane and Carol Harms
Equippers (55+) / Rooms 6-7
Foundation Builders (30s-50s) / Rooms 4-5
Young Marrieds (with & without kids) / Room 110
Contacts—Mark and Maggie Anderson
WHITE BEAR CAMPUS—New this Fall!
This weekly mid-size Life Group is for parents of kids elementary-age and younger. The group’s goal is to live out Calvary Church’s missions of building relationships, and seeing Jesus transform lives.
Sunday / 10:15am
Young Families / Fishbowl
Contacts—Jon and Jenny Ochs
As your children grow and change, so do their parenting needs. So where do you go for support and encouragement as your kids move into their teen years? This group will give you a place to connect with others, discuss the joys and challenges of being a parent to teenagers, and pray together. A topic will be presented at the gathering each month to guide the discussion.
Second Sunday each month
7-8:30pm / White Bear Campus
December 10, 2017
January 14, 2018
Cover-to-Cover Bible Study
This winter, take a journey through the New Testament with this incredible 16-week class taught by Village Schools of the Bible instructor Ryan Habbena. Through this course you will gain a richer understanding of the New Testament by understanding how it unfolds the promises given in the Old Testament. Anyone can enroll in the course, but University of Northwestern–St. Paul students may earn credits.
Tuesday / 6:45-8:45pm / January 2-April 17, 2018
Roseville Campus / Rooms 6-7
To register, click on the link below, then select Cover-to-Cover Online Old Testament for $129 and then enter that price under Calvary Church, Roseville, MN and click Continue to finish registration.
What is God like and why does it matter? The first few classes taught by philosophy and New Testament professors Steve Odmark and Tim Henderson will address this topic, and branch out from there. What do we mean when we say that God is a Trinity? What are the attributes of God? A few current worldwide issues will also be explored, especially in regards to our understanding of God and how God’s nature affects our approach to these topics.
Sunday / 9-10am / October 29-December 17
White Bear Campus / Fishbowl
November 5 / The Trinity (Part 2)
November 12 / What Is God Like? Loving, Holy, and Good (Part 1)
November 19 / Hell and a Loving God?
November 26 / What Is God Like? (Part 2)
December 3 / Racism and the Church Today
December 10 / Sexuality and the Church Today
December 17 / TBD
Financial Peace University
But what if you didn’t have to face car payments or credit card debt? What if you and your spouse were on the same page with your finances and could avoid blow ups over money? What could you accomplish if you weren’t held back by finances?
There is a smarter way to manage your money. Through this 9-week course, you can learn how to pay off your debt, save for the future, and team up with your spouse. Watch this video of a young couple that found FPU helpful.
Tuesday / 6:30-8pm / January 2-February 27
Cost $109, scholarships available.
Executive Director of Finance and Support Ministry
Learn how to connect your faith to your everyday life during this 10-week course. ReFrame will help you understand the big picture view of the Bible and your place in the story. The class will also draw on the reconciliation theme from Pastor Shawn’s messages which run from January 6-February 11. As it’s open to all generations, consider this an opportunity to get to know those older or younger than you!
Thursdays / 7-8:30pm / January 25-April 5, 2018
(No class on March 29)
Roseville Campus / Atrium
Monday, January 15
Cost $12 (book fee)