Here, you can find out about some of Calvary Youth’s big events planned year round.
Fall Retreat serves as a weekend getaway for students where they can disconnect from their hectic schedules and draw closer to God. The weekend consist of morning devotion, evening worship, and small group discussion times. We also have activities throughout the weekend where students can challenge themselves while still having a lot of fun!
DNow stand for Disciple Now. It is an “at home” weekend retreat, that runs from Friday night to Sunday morning, where students are challenged spiritually through worship services led by a special guest speaker and small group sessions led by college leaders. Students also have the unique opportunity to get to know some of our Calvary families as they serve as host homes for our groups over the weekend.
Junior and Senior International Mission Trip
Each Spring Break, juniors & seniors get the opportunity to serve internationally. We partner alongside Filter of Hope to bring Christ’s love to those in need through clean, filtered drinking water. Filter of Hope currently works in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Nicaragua. For more information about Filter of Hope, visit their website at www.filterofhope.org
Summer Family Mission Trip
Calvary Youth leads out in our Summer Family Mission Trip each year. This mission trip is designed to be a missions experience for those of all ages. It is also a great opportunity for families to learn and do missions together. Previous trips locations include Arlington, New Orleans, and Chicago.
Super Summer Alabama
Super Summer is a leadership camp where students spend their day in sessions learning about the 2 major themes: Leadership and Discipleship. Each year, students are challenged, motivated, and encouraged as they strengthen their walk with the Lord through this seminary type camp experience. Ultimately, students are challenged to stand out as leaders in their youth ministries, homes, and schools. For more information, visit their website at www.supersummeral.org