TENT CHURCH SERVICES
Sundays, 9 & 11 AM | Wednesdays, 7 PM
Join us outside in a large, ventilated (heated, when appropriate) tent as we gather together to worship. You may be wondering why we're meeting in a tent, instead of inside our building. The reason is that we have outgrown our sanctuary, and are in the planning stages of adding a new one. We provide overflow seating in the lobby of the building for those who would like more comfortable chairs.
Restrooms are located in the church building, and a portable restroom is also available on the grounds near the tent. We have a shuttle running between the parking lot, building, and tent for those who need assistance.
Our services typically last around 90 minutes with worship and verse-by-verse Bible teaching. You can watch past services (or watch live) to get an idea of what we do by following this link: WATCH SERVICE.
It is recommended that you DOWNLOAD the “Church Center App” before you come. The app contains our mobile bulletin with event listings and registrations, and a weekly calendar. Once downloaded, open the app and follow the instructions to “Use my location” and select “Calvary Chapel of Delta” as your church. You will then connect to our church center with your mobile number or email address. If you have any questions about this app, contact Andrew — firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the Children
We have a fully-staffed Nursery and Children’s Ministry where your child will be cared for and taught about Jesus on their level during the service. We provide nursery, toddler room, and classes for 2 -3 year-olds, 4-5 year-olds, 6-7 year-olds, 8-9 year-olds, and 10-12 year-olds in the building at all services. On Sunday mornings, you may drop-off your children 10-15 minutes before service starts. We encourage children to bring their own Bibles to class if they have one. On Wednesday evenings, we have family worship, where children 4-12 stay with their parents in the tent during the music portion of our service. At the conclusion of worship, they will be dismissed to their teachers at the back of the tent and taken to their classrooms. If you'd like to take them up yourself, that's fine too. Infants, toddlers, and 2-3 year-olds should be dropped off 10-15 minutes before the start of service. At the end of service, parents should pick up all children from their classrooms.
Nursery, Toddler Room, 2-3 Year-Old Class: The rooms for babies, toddlers (stable walkers up to 2 years of age), and 2 & 3 year-olds are located on the main floor of the building.
Children 4-12: While parents are studying the Bible, verse by verse, the children are studying the same portion of Scripture (usually one week behind) in an age-appropriate setting. This encourages family discussions of Scripture. The children also have a time of worship and singing. The 4-5 class meets in the multi-purpose room directly off of the lobby. The 6-7 class, 8-9 class, and 10-12 class meet in classrooms in the upstairs area of the building.
We also have a class during the Sunday 11:00 am service, dedicated to special needs children.
If your child has never attended classes at CC Delta, you can register them here ahead of time: CHILDREN'S MINISTRY REGISTRATION. Pre-registration is not required, though.
Children in the Main Service: Because our services feature hour-long Bible teaching, we encourage parents to make use of our Children's Ministry so they will get the most out of their time here. If, however, you decide to keep your child with you in the main service, we ask that you sit towards the back, and if your child begins crying or is disruptive, that you relocate to the church lobby in the building. There, you’ll be able to watch the service while tending to your child’s needs.
The Junior High group (grades 7-9/ages 12-14) meets Sunday mornings in the sanctuary during the 11:00 a.m. service for Bible study and discussion.
The Senior High group (grades 10-12/ages 15-18) meets Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm in the sanctuary during our mid-week service for an interactive teaching of God's Word.
**We do not require masks on our property or inside the building, but understand and support those who wish to wear them.