...prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it.

(Malachi 3:10)

GIVING AT CALVARY

Bringing the first 10% of our income to God feels overwhelming, but Malachi 3:10 tells us that when we tithe and bring back to God what is already His, He will bless us. Tithing is about learning to trust that God will keep that promise.


Mal. 3:10 is the only place where God tells us to test Him, and that test is in the area of giving.


1. Register for the challenge and commit to tithing 10% of your income for 90 days.

2. Return 10% of your income to God for 3 months through giving.

3. Record what God has done in your life for 3 months and share your story.

Take The Tithe Challenge
Commit To The 20/20 Vision

In 2012, Pastor Broyhill set before us the goal of retiring our church debt by the year 2020. He called it the 2020 Vision. We are convinced that the next step of faith for Calvary Baptist Church is to renew that vision.


Paying off our current loan is the first step in taking the next step of faith toward building expansion. It is Important to remain fiscally responsible.We don’t want to go further in debt and strap the next generation with more debt than they can pay for. Once we have retired the debt on the Main Street property it enables us to begin saving toward what God has for us in the future.

Giving Testimony Video

The mission of Calvary Baptist Church is Honoring God, Building Lives, and Reaching Others.
In 2016, we saw at least 217 souls accept Christ as Savior directly through our outreach ministries. We also made over 130,000 visits, and gave over $260,000 to missions around the world.
The Calvary family was also involved in our community through direct involvement with our city, Journey Through Bethlehem, outreach in area schools, an addiction ministry, a bus ministry, and more.

Where Does Your

Gift Go?

Fiscal

Responsibility

An independent church auditor performs an annual audit of our finances on a yearly basis. Conducting an audit is not a symbol of distrust. It is a mark of responsibility. It is good stewardship demonstrated for all to see.

We subject our financial records to this audit to protect our ministry from unwarranted charges of careless or improper handling of funds.

Each year, an annual budget is presented to the church body for review, analysis, questions and approval. The operating budget is fundamental to our accountability, transparency and integrity.


Thank you for your faithfulness in giving to the Lord! Without your faithful giving Calvary could not have the impact that we do around the world. It is through the tithes and offerings of God's people that He accomplishes His work through His church.

In 1 Corinthians 4:2, the Bible tells us, "Moreover it is required in stewards, that a man be found faithful." It is important for us, as his stewards, to realize that everything we have belongs to God. Therefore, we should be faithful to Him in our every area of our lives which includes the giving of our material resources to Him.


If you have any questions, please let us know.

Thank You

for giving!

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