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February 21, 2021 | Doug Sauder
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IN PERSON SERVICE:For specific campus days and times, click here.
ONLINE SERVICES: You can still join us online at CalvaryFTL.org every Saturday at 6pm, Sunday at 9am, 11am, or 1pm, and Wednesday at 6:30pm.
TRANSLATION IS AVAILABLE: Spanish and Portuguese translation will be available at all online services.
SIGN LANGUAGE AND CLOSE CAPTIONING: Online services will have sign language and close captioning available. At this time, Wednesday services offer close captioning but do not offer sign language; however, we are working on making that available.
CASE-BY-CASE EVALUATION: We’re evaluating the continuation of all events on a case-by-case basis, determined by our executive leadership team and ministry leaders. Please check CalvaryFTL.org for up-to-date information for all event updates.
Your generosity has made a huge impact on our community during this crisis—from outreaches to local first responders and medical heroes, collecting and donating medical supplies and food for those in need, and many more—you have shined the love of Jesus! To learn how you can get in the story and help those in need, click below.
We donated face masks to some healthcare heroes—the staff that work on the oncology unit at Joe DiMaggio Hospital.
We have had the honor of serving hot meals to hospital staff (Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale shown here) and first responders in our community.
We teamed up with @ChurchUnitedSFL and @Heart2HeartOutreach to deliver Amazon Fire tablets to several nursing homes throughout #BrowardCounty. For their safety, the residents are not allowed to leave their rooms to walk around, unless it’s scheduled, so these tablets will help connect them to their families, the outside world, and churches near and far.
Being that homeless people don’t necessarily have too many opportunities to do the recommended 20-second hand wash, one of our families found a new way to help some of the most vulnerable citizens in our city. God wants to use us all at this time!
Your generosity enables us to serve our community—not just during this crisis but all year round. Even amidst this current situation, we still believe giving is an act of worship and a response to the generosity of God.
Or you can also give specifically to our Relief & Restoration Fund.
Relief & Restoration Fund
NEED TO CHANGE YOUR GIVING TO GIVING ONLINE? As church services have moved to an exclusively online experience (temporarily), you can easily give online at:
If you have any questions, or if you need help setting up your profile, you can contact our Engagement hotline at 954-556-4499, Monday–Sunday, from 8:30am–5pm and speak to someone who is ready to help.
Over the past few months, all of our lives have been impacted by COVID-19. And through it all, we’ve seen everyday miracles—stories of you, the church, getting in the story, sharing generosity, loving your neighbors, being the hands and feet of Jesus—and we want to hear from you! Do you have a story of generosity to share? Have you benefitted from others blessing you?
Share Your Story
No matter what may happen in the world, we have the most unshakeable hope in our God. Each day we’ll be setting aside time to pray and fast together.
Submit Your Requests and Pray for Others
For live prayer during services, please call 954-556-4777.
If you have a specific question that was not addressed, please reach out to our Church Reception Team at 954-977-9673 or follow along for social media updates on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.