VISION
To grow in Jesus Christ
together and share His
love and hope with our
world.

VALUES
Christ-centered
Spirit-led
Biblically-grounded
Reaching out
Acceptance
Forgiveness
Transformation
Prayer
Action
Creativity
Excellence
Worship
Sunday 10 a.m.
Calvary Presbyterian Church
Ann Arbor, MI
Contact Information

info@calvarya2.com
pastor@calvarya2.com

(734) 971-3121

2727 Fernwood Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Office Hours:
Tuesday
12pm-3pm
Wednesday
10am-2pm
Thursday 10am-2pm
Friday 10am-2pm
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Newsletter
November

Biblical Standards for
Leadership

Adopted by Calvary's
session in 2011

Our allegiance is to Christ alone.

Calvary is
Christ-centered,
Spirit-led,
Biblically-grounded.

We delight in worshiping the triune God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  We
rejoice in the radical good news that through the cross of Jesus Christ a path
to new life - freedom, wholeness, and forgiveness - has been forged.

We pray that all will “grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of
Christ…that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.”
(Ephesians 3:18-19).

A pastoral letter
in response to actions
of the 221st General
Assembly which was
held in June 2014
Community
Christmas Carol
Sing-Along
Sunday, December 14
2 - 4 p.m.

Come join in singing Christmas
Carols.  Bring an instrument if you
like.  Just an old-fashioned
sing-along in the spirit of
Christmas.  Refreshments
afterwards.

No charge.  No agenda.
Life Line Screening
February 16, 2015
at Calvary


      More information/reminders will be available in the months to
come.  Before you schedule at a different location, consider
making plans for February 16 at Calvary.
Christmas Eve Worship
Wednesday, December 24, 7:00 pm
family-friendly candlelight service

A Christmas Musical, “Were You There on That
Christmas Night?” by Lloyd Larson, will be performed.
Advent: A Messianic
Jewish Perspective
Tuesday, December 9
7:00 p.m.

Rabbi Isaac Roussel of
Congregation Zera Avraham
presents the Ta Shema Lecture
Series.

If you ask most people why the
Messiah had to come to earth, they
would tell you that it was to die for
our sins.  But is this the whole
story?  Messianic Judaism says
“No”.  The reason becomes clear
when one understands Scripture
from a Jewish perspective.

    This will be held at Calvary.

To register, go to
www.czaa2.org
under “About Us/Events”.  
Calvary
Mitten Tree

Once again it is that time
of year when your
generous donations of
mittens and gloves (and
hats; no scarves please)
are warmly appreciated
by Pittsfield Elementary
School boys and girls in
need.  Past Calvary
support has not only
warmed hands and
heads but also hearts.


Thank you ahead of time
for hanging your
donations on the
Fellowship Hall mitten
tree.