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Beliefs | Calvary Community Church

Beliefs

 

We simply believe the BIBLE. We are a spirit filled congregation where everyone is welcome. We believe in the gifts of the spirit and that God is still using them in the church today. We believe  God is a restorer, healer, and the best friend you could ever have. You don’t have to wear a suit to attend our services. Casual attire is fine. We want people to come not having to  worry about their clothes but about their souls. If God changes the inside , the outside will change also. We like the old songs and still use the redback hymnal. Our music consist of guitars , bass, mandolin, piano, tamborine, harmonica etc..Our whole idea was we didn’t want to be like all the other churches so you will find us a little different. We don’t use a script simply because we want God in charge , therefore we don’t know what is going to happen. We are a 501 c3 organization


About

Calvary Community Church was founded in 2005 by a handful of members who felt led to reach out to those who had been hurt in churches. Pastor Tim Walden who had been ministering since 1983 and had pastured several churches felt the call of God to reach people with the true love of God. After meeting in a home for awhile , we moved to the Newborn Schoolhouse where we had services for several years and saw God begin to bring things together. After a time needing a better building Pastor Walden’s cousin who was a great preacher for many years offered the family Tabernacle in the Magnet area of Rockdale county which was started by Rev Franklin Walden’s dad Sam Walden. The building was a tabernacle for camp meeting with sawdust floors and open sides. After several renovation the building now is a thriving church where the power of God is shown each week in powerful services to our Lord.