We, the members of Calvary Episcopal Church believe in taking the journey of God’s love and service to those who know Christ and those who seek Christ.


During the pandemic, we’ll be hosting online worship every Sunday.
Praise and worship starts 9:45am;
Preaching and prayer begins at 10am.

On Sundays we will livestream the service on Facebook.com/stlukescalvary.  (If you have Internet access, we encourage you to try there first.)

If the facebook stream is not playing, please access worship via the following zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/3626271076

You can also call in by dialing: 1-301-715-8592
After dialing in, enter the meeting number362 627 1076 then press #.
When asked for your participant ID press # again.


We also continue hosting evening prayer Monday-Friday at 6pm and Bible Study, Wednesdays at noon.  Please note: logon/dial-in details for all these services are the same as for the Sunday Worship Service listed above.

Umoja: The Theology of Inclusion
May 22, 2021 at 9:00 am

Many families and congregations are unsure about supporting loved-ones who come out as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT), especially when the Bible appears to teach otherwise. Many are brokenhearted and confused in the midst of hurtful words and damaged relationships. This workshop is designed to help participants discover the pathway to unity with those who have been traditionally excluded from the life of the church and community.

The workshop is designed and led by the Rev. Roland Stringfellow, Pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of Detroit and the Director of Ministerial Outreach for the African American Roundtable at Pacific School of Religion.

Participation is free!  Simply sign up in advance!
Click here to register.






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