CALVARY ON MISSION
Over the years, our community garden has expanded to meets the needs of our neighbors. Our members spend time in our garden growing food for our church and neighbors because we believe God has given us the responsibility and the privilege to care for the earth and to give away the gifts from our labors in the garden to others so that we may glorify Him. If you would like to know more on how to get involved in this ministry, email email@example.com.
Also, check out the Urban Gardening Coalition [UGC] of Waco!
More information here!
Every few months Calvary hosts a yard sale in the parking lot. This is an opportunity for Calvary members and neighbors in the community to sell their own things and keep the profits for themselves. Watch the announcements for a date for the next Calvary yard sale.
Our teachers are dedicated to assisting those who want to learn to improve their English speaking abilities. Classes are held on Wednesdays from 6:00 - 8:00pm at the church. We provide free childcre for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and activties for chlidren ages 6-12.
For more information:
254-753-6446 or firstname.lastname@example.org
McLennan Community College offers free Citizenship, ESL, GED and Literacy Classes each Monday - Thursday, 9:00am - 2:00pm at Calvary. Hundreds of lives have improved through these educational offerings.
For more information, contact Calvary at email@example.com
Meals and Wheels of Waco insures that individuals who cannot provide their own nutrition on a daily basis have proper meals. Calvary packs and delivers these meals to 40 residents every Tuesday and Thursday morning. You can get involved as a packer, driver or runner. For more information, contact Pat Sitton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Calvary partners with staff and students at West Avenue Elementary School (15th & West Ave.). West Avenue is part of the Waco Independent School District and serves students K-5th in the Sanger-Heights Neighborhood. You may get involved as a Reading Club Leader or a Mentor.
Reading Club Leaders meet with 2-3 students once a week during the students' lunch period. During this 35 minutes, the leader and children read grade level books together to improve literacy.
Mentors work with students in a classroom setting to help the student improve academically and provide accountability for the student. Mentoring sessions are typically less than one hour per week for the academic year.
If you would like to get involved, please contact Meg Wallace at email@example.com