All in-person activities at Calvary Episcopal Church are suspended until further notice due to the coronavirus.
To stay in touch and support one another, we live-stream Holy Eucharist on Sundays at 9am on Facebook. Morning Prayer (Monday-Friday) will also be streaming on Facebook at 10am. These videos will remain available if you miss the webcast. Visit and like: https://www.facebook.
- An Online Book of Common Prayer with page numbers may be found here: https://www.bcponline.org/
- The Psalms and Readings for Morning and Evening Prayer may be found here: https://prayer.forwardmovement.org/the_daily_readings.php
Fr. Nathan is available by phone.
If you wish to come to the church to pray, receive the sacrament or schedule a visit with Fr. Nathan, please contact us in advance by phone 908-782-7227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We recognize that that some people will want to visit the church to pray, and we want to ensure that is possible. We also need to have some sense of who is in the building.
We are a welcoming community of faith and invite you to worship with us during our regularly scheduled services. All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Holy Eucharist.
Calvary is a cross-section of the community, a mix of young and old, singles and families. We embody a diversity of interests, activities, and seek fellowship and growth within an Episcopalian environment. We embrace both Catholic and Protestant expressions of faith. We strive to love our neighbors as ourselves and respect the dignity of every person.
This Week at Calvary
Prayer Books, Bibles, and Forward Day by Day
The 1979 Book of Common Prayer, NRSV Bibles, and the current issue of Forward Day by Day are available, just ask Fr. Nathan or pick one or more up at the church. These are located in a box in the back of the Annex.
Midyear Giving Statements
You should see in your mail this week a statement from us reflecting how much you have pledged and donated for the first half of 2020.
Hunterdon Medical Center update
The Medical Center is now allowing visitors, one per day, (this means clergy can now visit) so if you are hospitalized, do let me know-Fr. Nathan
Donations and Pledges
A great big thank you to all who are sending in pledges and donations. We appreciate it! Even though we have had to suspend public worship and meetings at the church we continue to sustain normal operating costs. We are receiving donations and pledges through the mail and direct deposit, if you have questions please contact Fr. Nathan.
We will stay in touch with you every week using the newsletter and emails so please do check your email.