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Service Live

Saturday, March 21st, 2020

Go to our Service Live page to join our Morning Worship at 10am on Sundays. You can also access the same live stream on our Facebook page. Bookmark http://cbcofbloom.com/service-live and join us weekly.

Live Stream Invite

Saturday, March 21st, 2020

Watch Pastor Smith’s video inviting you to watch the Live Stream tomorrow morning at 10 am!

No Facebook Login Required

3-22-20 AM Service Update

Friday, March 20th, 2020

We will be streaming our morning service at 10 am via Facebook Live. You can follow the link and view the message without having a Facebook login.

https://www.facebook.com/CBCofBLOOM/

Services and COVID-19

Saturday, March 14th, 2020

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Dear CBC Family and Friends,

Tomorrow we will only have our 10 AM worship service. We will NOT have Sunday School or an evening service. Bloomsburg Christian School has been mandated by Governor Wolf to not have school for 2 weeks. With that in view we will not have AWANA for the next 2 Wednesdays. We will have Prayer Meeting on Wednesday.

We have been working on, and will continue to work on, a wise, God-honoring, people-loving, approach to the coronavirus (CONVID-19) pandemic. We want to honor God’s worthiness of regular worship, fulfill our need to regularly gather, take responsibility to love neighbors by considering their health needs, as well as obey our governing officials’ instructions regarding the well-being of our communities. Our need for worship is high. Our concern for everyone’s health is high as well.

Our church attendance is well below Governor Wolf’s mandate against “large group assembly” (250 people). But we want to worship AND keep each individual as healthy as we can. It could be weeks or months before the threat of the virus subsidizes, and it will almost certainly become greater for our area before it diminishes. For most people, the sickness and symptoms of the virus have proven to be fairly mild. The young seem to be affected the least, sometimes not showing any symptoms (which creates more risk of spreading). On the other hand, the elderly, and those with other health problems, or compromised immune systems, have proven to be more vulnerable to severe, even deadly, cases. We especially need to watch out for and care for the most vulnerable.

We plan to weigh the biblical mandate for worship against the risk of spreading the virus by limiting our time of interaction and personal contact, as well as by taking increased precautions through good hygiene habits, sanitation, and cleanliness.

To decrease the risks during our meeting together, please carefully note the following guidelines. We want everyone to consider and follow them carefully.

1.    If you or your children have symptoms of sickness (fever, cough, sneezing, etc.), please stay home.

2.    If you are an “at risk” person, with an immune deficiency, or just feeling vulnerable, please do not feel pressure to come to church, but feel free to stay home. We will not judge anyone as we know some face much greater risks of more serious illness. We will do our best to maintain connection with you during this time.

3.    Let’s agree to replace hugs and handshakes with waves, “elbow bumps”, smiles, and kind words of greeting.

4.    We urge everyone to carefully use good hygiene. Wash your hands often. If you use the restroom, wash your hands before and after using the facilities. Teach and insist your children to do so also.

5.    If you need to cough or sneeze, cover your mouth with your sleeve or tissue. Guide your children to do the same.

6. We encourage everyone to refrain from touching “commonly touched areas.” We plan to have attendants ready to open doors and to wipe down restroom stall doors and faucet handles.

7.    We will be taking extra-care in cleaning and sanitizing our facility, especially areas that are “high traffic” and commonly touched surfaces (doors, door handles, railings, bathroom counters and stall doors, etc.) before and after services.

8.    We will supply hand sanitizer, tissues, and sanitary wipes in various locations of the church as supplies are available.

We have utmost confidence in God and know we have nothing ultimately to fear. All things are in His good and capable hands. We also know that God calls us to responsible action and love for one another while we measure the risks we take in serving Him. Let us support and pray, not only for one another, but especially for those who don’t have our confidence and assurance in Christ. Let’s work to both continue to worship and show concern for others.

For Christ and One Another!

Pastor Tim Smith

Pastor Sean Stouffer

2019 Sportman’s Banquet

Sunday, February 10th, 2019

Calvary Baptist Church invites everyone to our annual Sportsman’s Banquet on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 6:00 PM, in our Fellowship Hall (lower level). This potluck dinner will feature Dr. Scott Greene as speaker. Please bring a wild game dish (or other dish) and dessert to share. Beverages, vegetables, and rolls will be provided. Come join us for an evening of food, fellowship, and fun. Please RSVP at https://goo.gl/forms/BvOrQ5QcxFgmlhjD2

Christmas Programs

Thursday, December 6th, 2018

We invite you to a very special day of music! Sunday, Dec. 16 at 10 AM our Choir will present the cantata “Bethlehem’s Child”.

We will have our annual Christmas Dinner immediately following the AM service and would love to have you join us.

At 6 PM we will have our Children’s Christmas Program.

We hope you can come and be a part of this wonderful day of worship!

Ladies Fall Seminar

Wednesday, September 26th, 2018

Join us Sat., Oct. 6, 2018, 9:15 am-2 pm, for an enjoyable and edifying day as we learn and fellowship with one another. Young ladies in 7th grade and up are welcome to attend. We are excited to welcome, author and blogger, Sarah Lynn Phillips as our speaker this year. Sarah will lead us in a study out of the book of James.
Lunch will be provided. No childcare will be provided but the church nursery will be open for mothers with infants.
Questions or to register by phone, please contact Nichole Greene at 570-336-3810

Camp Calvary 2018

Thursday, May 31st, 2018

Our annual medieval themed Camp Calvary is beginning soon! Monday, June 25 through June 29, 9:30am to 2:00pm, we will meet on the grounds all week long and be inspired with bible lessons, music, arts and crafts, games, and have fun! Ages 5 through 9th grade are welcome. So plan to be at the ?Castle?. We can?t wait to see you! Registration remains open and you can do so?online here.

New Church Directory

Sunday, April 8th, 2018

We are working on an updated Church Directory and invite all at CBC to get their photo session scheduled.

Photo Dates: May18 and 19, 2018.

Photo Times: Friday, 2 pm-9 pm and Saturday, 10 am-5 pm.

To get started?Click Here

Please let us know if you have any problems.

Church Secretary hours are WED, THUR, FRI – 9 am-2pm.

 

Christmas Eve Services

Thursday, December 21st, 2017

We would love to have you join us as we celebrate the birth of Jesus on Christmas Eve, Sunday, Dec. 24th. At 10 AM we will have our Worship Service with a message from God’s Word. Then at 6 PM we will have our Christmas Candlelight Service where there will be Biblical readings, special music, and carols for all to sing. We look forward to seeing you!