Reach out.   Receive.   Rejoice.

Holy Week and Easter services

Maundy Thursday, April 2
Dinner and Worship 6:30 pm
Good Friday, April 3
Prayers at the Cross, 12 pm
Ecumenical Worship, 7 pm at First United Methodist Church
Saturday April 4
The Great Vigil, 8 pm
Sunday, April 5 
Eucharist at 8 and 10:15 am, Easter Bonnet Parade for all ages to follow each service

Keeping Lent

The Church invites us to keep the season of Lent holy “by self-examination and repentance; by prayer, fasting, and self-denial; and by reading and meditating on God’s holy Word.” (Book of Common Prayer p 265).  Each week in Lent, you’ll find here suggestions of ways to Fast, Study, Serve, Pray, Repent, and Share.  

Loaves and Fishes

Each year, Calvary commits to a Lenten fundraising program to address issues of critical need around the world or in our own community.  This year, we're supporting foster care youth in DuPage County. Learn more.

Welcome to Calvary!

This year we celebrate 85 years of active community involvement in Lombard.  Our goal is simple: to find guidance for our daily living in our Sunday worship and then to take the Good News out into the world and live it.
We are a mixed group of young, old, and somewhere in between. We share good times and bad. We invite you to visit, to worship or celebrate with us, and to find out more. 

All are welcomed here! 


Calvary's Core Values:

* We are a compassionate and welcoming church that respects, connects and cares for one another.
* We joyfully share our abundance and gratitude to God by serving our community and the world, striving to make a difference.
* We celebrate traditions to pass on to the next generation with faith, prayer and our commitment to God.