Worship is central to our communal life.
We gather around God’s word and the sacraments
of Holy Baptism and Holy Communion.
All our work and witness
to the good news of Jesus for all people
flows from our worship!
Sundays 10:00 AM
We worship together in-person and online.
Join us on Sundays
In-person worship happens
at Townline and Blydenburgh Roads
in Hauppauge, New York.
Get directions here.
People have gathered for worship here since 1965,
where God continues to kindle faith in each person!
What to expect
Maybe you’ve been to church a hundred times; maybe you’ve never been!
Maybe you’ve worshiped with guitars and drums; maybe with a pipe organ!
Maybe you’re used to being in a stadium; maybe you’re used to small groups!
Worship at Calvary honors a liturgical tradition
which has held generations of people,
yet church leadership ensures that
our worship engages the world.
For us, tradition doesn’t mean “something old.”
Instead, it’s something that we keep alive knowing it impacts our faith and that
our worship is bigger than each of us.
The primary symbol in our worship is you!
When people gather, God shows up.
When it’s around the word, water, bread, and wine?
That’s when faith comes alive.
We sing hymns led by our Minister of Music, Paul, and cantor, Heidi. Our ministers wear vestments reflecting the universal and ancient tradition of the church.
“Tradition isn’t peer pressure from dead people, or the worship of ashes. Tradition is keeping a fire burning.”