Liturgical services are being Live-Streamed on Facebook

Please join us from your home or in-person

The Church remains "Open"

Members and Visitors may enter the Church

for private prayers & meditations

Mondays - Thursdays, 9am-1pm

Daily cleaning with CDC approved solutions

Physical distancing & Masks are encouraged

& on certain Sundays required

Liturgical Service Times

Typical Schedule for the Week



8AM & 10AM - Holy Eucharist with Sermon

(10AM is Live Streamed on Calvary Facebook & In-person)

*Everyone is invited to come join us in person or  to remain at home and view on our "Calvary Episcopal" Facebook Live account. Father Roberts will air from the church and a private Holy Communion is offered directly  afterwards.


The 1st & 3rd Sundays at 8AM

Additional safety protocols will be included to incorporate any persons desiring such for active in-person worship.

Face masks will be required upon entry and remain in place throughout the service, with minor exclusion for reception of the Host. Celebration of the Mass may be simplified using the Lord's Prayer only on some occasions.

Physical distancing of 6' will be practiced.

If you have any questions please contact the office.


10:00 am - Bible Study (Zoom invitation) with Bill Athanson (Seasonal - See calendar)


12:00 pm - Holy Eucharist and a Homily (Calvary Facebook LIVE) with Father Roberts

To see the index of Christian "Holy Men & Women"  that he will teach on for the date nearest, go here.


8:00 pm - Evening Prayer and "Church Chat" (Calvary Facebook LIVE) with Fr. Roberts

Join Father Roberts with a live broadcast from his home. This is a wonderful way to end the day. 

To see live streamed services a Facebook account will be required. Search for "Calvary Episcopal" to find our page or go here.

Private services will soon be offered for families & friends, with less than 10 people by appointment and only for reasons of a pastoral emergency. Please contact Fr. Roberts to make this request M-Thurs.. These will consist of  a simplified offering of the host/bread of Jesus and healing Unction.

If you have symptoms of fever, sore throat, aches & pains, please do not come to church in order to prevent the spread of disease. Stay at home and let Fr. Roberts be of pastoral help over the phone, as he offers prayers and counsel.

Other Helpful Resources

If you would like to learn more about the Worship Commission, contact:

The Church