Congratulations 2023 Confirmation Students on Affirming Your Baptism!
Congratulations to our Confirmation Students: Braden Conant, Layla Hulman, Jonathan Wissbroecker, and Ryker Wissbroecker. They have been instructed in the Word of God and the faith of the Christian church and affirmed their baptismal covenant by public confession of faith in God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and are prepared to assume greater responsibility in the life of the Christian community and for the mission of the church. We welcome them into full membership.
Congratulations on Your First Communion!
On Sunday, February 5, 2023, Brody Lee Zeise and Madalynn Ann Ziese received their First Communion. We celebrate with them on this joyous occasion!
Calvary's Kids Calendar
Christmas Program at Calvary was Wonderful!
On Sunday, December 18th our children at Calvary presented a wonderful Christmas program entitled, "Trimming the Christmas Tree" which was adapted by Jodi Hilger. A special thank you to Jan Young who headed up this program. Also, a big thank you to Karen Williams, Ashley Donovan, Michelle Hulman, and Robin Gardner for helping with this presentation. After the program there was a birthday cake to celebrate the birth of Jesus. If you missed seeing this service, you are always able to view it via Facebook.
Families of VBS Students Received Prayer Shawls
Calvary and Antigo United Methodist Church hosted this years VBS Program. We thank everyone that helped share their time and talents with us. Each family was given a prayer shawl which was donated by a member of Calvary.
Paw-sitively Fun Family Night !
On Wednesday, May 4th Calvary had a paw-sitively awesome time at family night with the confirmands, Calvary’s Kids, and their families. Donations were collected for the humane society and the children made cards to give to those who adopt! Vicar Jennifer created a treasure hunt for goodie bags & Roscoe the puppy even stopped by for a visit. A wonderful evening for all!
Calvary's Kids Bible Class Get Creative!
Calvary's Kids Bible class was all about hands on learning. The 66 books of the Bible were written on these cups. The boys took on the challenge of putting them into the correct order. “Let’s make a cross for the picture!” They said.