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

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Chancel Choir:  20 members consisting of 7 sopranos, 3 altos, 5 tenors, and 5 basses make up the adult choir.  There are three paid section leaders plus 7 additional members who are soloists and/or sing duets.

Junior Choir:  9 dedicated youth provide glorious music. 

Adult Handbell Choir:  12 church members volunteer their time and talents for this beautiful ministry.

Youth Handbell Choir:  8 children grace the congregation with their musical talents.

United Methodist Men:  For over 60 years and counting we have been serving delicious pancakes on the first Saturday of every month (except July and August) to the congregation, greater community, friends, and neighbors. 

Carpenter's Shelter:  5 church members prepared and served a delicious Memorial Day BBQ meal, including the season's first watermelon, to 40 very appreciative residents.

Children's Sunday School:  Many teachers provide a Bible based interactive method of learning for different class levels of children. 

Vacation Bible School (VBS):  100 children attended the week long session last year.

Shoes for Honduras:  340+ pairs of shoes were collected for this mission project

Wednesday Night Dinner:  Each Wednesday evening at 6:30pm friends and family gather for dinner (provided by Arlington Diner for $6 per person). Please contact the church office (703-892-5185 or ) by noon on Wednesday to make a reservation.

Praying Persons Group:  47  people are reading  "Falling Upward" by Richard Rhor in "Sunday School Class Online" (contact Beth at   for more information)

Email Outreach:  290 persons are currently getting information thru E-blasts etc

 

 

 
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