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Calvary United Methodist Church
Serving the Crystal City area of Arlington, VA

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Children's Bags
Worship bags are available for our youngest worshipers in the back of the sanctuary. These bags have books, crayons, coloring books, and sometimes a special thing like a magnifying glass during Lent or wonderful green and red pipe cleaners during Advent. If you are out and see a great Bible coloring book, or a children's book that would fit, crayons or some quiet activity, please know we'd love to add those to the children's worship bags! Donations can be left in the preschool office.

Food Donations
Many thanks for all the food donations for Arlington Food Assistance Center . Please continue to bring food (especially cereal) the first Sunday of each month. Place in the rear of the Narthex. Thank you.

Help Keep Toner Recycling Going!
Calvary's preschool has been collecting and recycling empty ink and toner cartridges from computer printers. Thanks to all the donations, the school has already raised lost of money - and helped the environment! Please continue to help the school by bringing in any brand of cartridge or toner to be recycles.  Save the earth and help Calvary's preschool! Cartridges are collected in preschool office.

Christian Literature for Prisoners
Did you know that Calvary is one of the leaders providing of Christian literature for prisoners at the Arlington jail? Well we are thankful to the many persons who have contributed to a project initiated by Dottie Cumings, but more literature is needed. As you contemplate Spring cleaning, please remember to put your old Upper Rooms, Guideposts, Decision magazines, Bibles, and other Christian materials in the box on the floor of the closet by the steps between Harris Hall and the church office for Walt Baumann to take the jail to be distributed by the Chaplain.