Worship at calvary
Worship with Holy Communion at 10:00 a.m.
Calvary is sharing worship space with Saint Paul's/San Pablo Lutheran Church during redevelopment of the building into affordable housing through Trellis MN.
Calvary's worship services will be held at 2742 15th Ave S in Minneapolis.
Join us in person for worship!
The Calvary community has returned to worshiping in person and streaming the service on YouTube.
Face masks are required and social distancing measures are in place.
The Worship Committee and staff will continue to monitor the state, city, and CDC guidance and adjust as necessary. Adjustments will continue to be made.
One liturgy at 10:00 AM in-person and streamed live on YouTube
View the live stream (or archives) on Calvary's YouTube Channel.
Rich, Lively Liturgical Celebration!
We celebrate with rich, lively, and historic liturgy that includes strong singing, diverse music, and prayers for those both near and far.
Music & Choir
Music is led with either our majestic pipe organ, or our grand piano, or sometimes led with a capella singing and percussion.
Our choir and other musicians not only help lead the assembly, but also share their special offerings from a variety of musical traditions.
Evening Prayer Around the Cross
The Calvary community practices a contemplative form of evening prayer (now used regularly on Lenten Wednesdays) called Prayer Around the Cross. These 30-minute liturgies, held in our darkened sanctuary, include scripture and poetry, simple sung chants and songs, the lighting of candles and opportunities for quiet reflection and healing actions.
The beautiful windows in our sanctuary have been designed to tell the story of Calvary, plus other biblical stories and those from church history. The glass has been artistically hand-decorated with high-temperature mineral paint and then fired so that the colors blend into the surface of the glass. As a result, the windows are actually paintings that show minute details. Each window has a theme, starting with the birth of Christ and ending with the Reformation.
Come for worship, then linger a while after worship for snacks and fellowship.