Small Groups are an important part of congregational life at Mount Calvary. Whatever your age, relationship status, gender, or interest, there is a group for you. These activities are usually held from September—May, and most of the groups meet at church. For further information regarding a small group listed below, contact Wendy Lane.
Men’s Bible Study: Men meet Monday mornings from 9:30 – 10:30 for Bible study and continuing education. Contact Person: Pastor Tom 651-454.2344
Caring & Sharing: This group meets every Thursday morning to send cards to those on the prayer list. We are also a support group for each other by sharing experiences and concerns we might have. We read from the Portals of Prayer and just enjoy being together for fellowship, treats and coffee. Contact person: Gloria Everson 651-454-5647
Men’s Breakfast: The men of Mount Calvary meet for breakfast the third Saturday of the month at 7:30 a.m., September – May. After breakfast, there is a short devotion followed by a guest speaker, who speaks on various topics. Contact Person: Dan Forde 651-452-1266
Men Who Golf: This group of men from Mount Calvary get together every Friday at 1 p.m. at Rich Valley Golf Course, Rosemount (3855 145th St. E.) during the summer to play nine holes of golf in a non-competitive atmosphere. It is not a league, but rather a time for fun and exercise. No sign-up required, just show up. Contact person: Orv Felt 952-890-7781
Quilters: The Quilters group meets every Thursday morning during the school year from 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. in the fellowship hall. The quilts are donated to many charitable organizations in the area and overseas to Africa. Contact Person: Lynne Janke 952-895-1905
Writers' Group: Writers with experience ranging from beginner to regularly published meet at 7 pm in the retreat room on the first and third Mondays of each month. We support, encourage and discuss each others' writing and talk about life from a writer's perspective. Contact person: Rich Cowles 651-253-3267
LifeStories: One of Mount Calvary's hallmarks is our sense of community and support for each other. LifeStories puts that into action--getting to know each other more in-depth by helping others tell their life stories. An intergenerational project, LifeStories particularly focuses on helping older members permanently record the stories of their lives--what they accomplished, whom they love, what makes them unique. Contact person: Rich Cowles 651-253-3267