Schedule of Services:
8:00 a.m. Sunday, Holy Eucharist, Rite I
9:00 a.m. Sunday, The Rite Place Liturgy (Contemporary Eucharist in the Chapel)
10:30 a.m. Sunday, Holy Eucharist, Rite II
5:00 p.m. Sundays in Lent, "Dinner Church" Eucharist in Parish Hall
5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Holy Eucharist and Healing

Small Groups & Studies

Sundays, 9:15 a.m. Adult Forum
Tuesdays 8:30 a.m. Bible Study
Second Tuesdays 7:00 p.m. Theology on Tap
First Wednesdays 6:15 p.m. Calvary Dreams dinner discussion
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What We Believe

“Building Community in the Spirit of Jesus”
Calvary, Columbia, is a theologically aware, caring, life-changing community of faith, inspired by the person, the
 presence, and the teaching of Jesus, our Savior. 
Calvary is a church where the teaching of the Bible inspires a second look at the world around us.
All are welcome here.

Calvary’s Blessing Box
Take What You Need, Leave What You Can


We have adapted our ministry of feeding our hungry downtown neighbors by installing a Blessing Box on the wall near the door on the 9th Street side of our church.  If you’d like to support this ministr
y, below are the items in the box – which are emptied and refilled each day.
• Portable, Ready-to-use, non-perishable items only• No Glass
• Packaged or pull-top cans – Tuna, Vienna Sausage beans, Deviled Ham
• Lunch Box sized – Fruit, Snacks, Applesauce, crackers, chips, pretzels, nuts, chewy, soft granola or fruit bars
• non-refrigerated juice boxes
• Bottled Water
• Packaged plastic silverware
• Travel Sized Hygiene Supplies (Razors, shaving cream, shampoo, soap, lotion, sunscreen, deodorant, toothpaste toothbrush)
• White Tube Socks
Financial Donations: We have staff and volunteers who would be happy to do the shopping for you. All you have to do is contribute to Calvary Episcopal Church via check or on our website with a memo for “Blessing Box”.

Saturday Café To-Go!

At the Saturday Café volunteers provide a delicious, homecooked meal to those in need in our community every Saturday from 8:00 AM-9:00 AM during the months of July, August, and September.  In order to keep volunteers and guests safe, the Café will be implementing a physical distancing plan. Guests will receive a “to-go” breakfast bag instead of eating in the parish hall. We will also observe limits on the number of volunteers inside the church and follow other safety precautions according to Diocese of Missouri guidelines.

Generally Speaking

Calvary parish is part of the 80-million strong worldwide Anglican Communion. Specifically, we are a parish in the Diocese of Missouri and part of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America (ECUSA). Calvary stands in the mainstream of the Episcopal tradition.

We seek to follow the age-old call of Jesus – “Come, follow me” – in a way that makes sense in the modern world.

We are an inclusive community.We welcome all whom God calls through our doors and seek to help them grow in their discipleship of Jesus Christ. We are a Biblical church. We are a sacramental church. We are a church that takes seriously the insights of modern science and learning. We seek to follow the age-old call of Jesus–”Come, follow me”–in a way that makes sense in the modern world.

Some Specific Beliefs

  • As Episcopalians, we are followers of Jesus Christ, our Lord, and believe in the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  • We strive to love our neighbors as ourselves and respect the dignity of every person.
  • The Episcopal Church is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion and traces its heritage to the beginnings of Christianity.
  • Our liturgy retains ancient structure and traditions and is celebrated in many languages throughout the world.
  • We welcome men and women to be ordained as bishops, priests, and deacons.
  • We believe in amendment of life, the forgiveness of sin, and life everlasting.
  • Lay people exercise a vital role in the governance and ministry of our Church.
  • Holy Communion may be received by all baptized Christians, not just members of the Episcopal Church.
  • We are informed by the witness and words of the Holy Scriptures, the Bible, and worship with the Book of Common Prayer.
  • Episcopalians recognize that there is grace after divorce and do not deny the sacraments to those who have been divorced.
  • We affirm that issues such as birth control are matters of personal, informed conscience.
  • We celebrate our unity in Christ while honoring our differences, always putting the work of love before uniformity of opinion.
  • All are welcome to find a spiritual home in the Episcopal Church.

Text adapted from “I Am Episcopalian,” The Episcopal Church.