Preacher Tim


Pastor Tim Walden is the pastor and founder of Calvary Community Church. He was ordained in 1986 and is part of Franklin Walden Ministries  also Gospel Ministers & Churches International. He is married to Angie Walden  who  sings and is also a pre kindergarten teacher with the Newton County School System. and they have two children  Jessica who is married to Chris Bowles and they serve as youth and Sunday School teachers. Timothy who sings and writes some of the songs that are sung during our services is married to Kimberly . Pastor Walden and Angie have three grandsons Samuel , Kayden and Jaxon. Pastor Walden has pastored several churches and is on staff as Staff Chaplain of Newton County Sheriffs Office. . He is also a licensed funeral director of 30 plus years and loves working with people. Pastor Walden also hold a BA degree in Pastoral Ministry. Pastor Walden is also a musician and has been inducted into The Independent Country Music Hall Of Fame in Nashville as well as The Independent Country Gospel Bluegrass Music Associations Hall Of Fame. He is nominated for the 2018 Male Gospel Artist Of The Year  for 2018 in Pigeon Forge TN. His song written “Ill Stand For The Flag Ill Kneel At The Cross” is nominated for Gospel Song Of The Year for 2018. He has been recognized by President Trump and Governo0r Deal He has shared the stage with the likes of George Jones , Merle Haggard, The Freemans , The Lewis Family , The Hinsons, Naome Sego, and many others.  Pastor Walden has an amazing testimony of being blind for over 10 years and God restoring his sight as well as having a kidney transplant and now being in perfect health. He believes in not setting limits because God can and will do anything.


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.