About Us

Welcome to Calvary Grace Church, an evangelical partnership of believers in Jesus Christ committed to seeing God glorified in the Calgary area and beyond! We are gathered around the expository preaching of God's Word and hold to the theology of the Protestant Reformation, striving to become more like Christ and to proclaim the Good News of his Kingdom in gratitude to the God who saved us by his sovereign grace.

Upcoming Sermon

         For Christian believers, they are in a strange position. They still live in a world that demands their loyalty. Yet Jesus Christ, who has redeemed them through his own blood, also demands their loyalty. Since God will not permit competitors, for there is no god like him, he summons us all to exclusive devotion to him. James shows us what that exclusivity looks like. It is a practical explanation of Christian loyalty to God, and how to eliminate from our lives all of the worldly competitors to our affections.

Join us on Sunday, May 29th as Clint Humfrey exposits James 4:7-12 in a sermon entitled, "Eliminating the Competition: A Closer Look at Christian Loyalty"

Live Broadcast

Join us for our live events!

We broadcast our weekly service on Sundays from 11:30AM to 1:00PM Mountain Standard Time.

Click the link below to take you to our livestream broadcast.

Sunday School

Adult Sunday School begins @ 10:30AM downstairs before the main service. Join us for our current series, Talking the Bible: A Practical Biblical Theology.

Children's Sunday School is offered during the same hour for age 2 - grade 8.

Shadows of the King

“Shadows of the King” is a collection of devotional and theological essays about the book of First Kings, written by the Calvary Grace elders with the aim of practical application in the Christian life.

Download an e-copy by clicking the link below!

Assurance and Righteousness   By: Terry Stauffer I’ve been thinking about the apparent tension between having confidence that we are safely Christian – if I can put it that way – and the biblical command to pursue righteousness. If we are already counted righteous, why do we have to work for it? Wrestling with this ... Read More

Motivation for Prayer   By: Terry Stauffer Prayer is hard work. External distractions may be managed by going into another room and leaving our phone out of reach, but what about internal distractions, how do we manage those? I find that mental distractions are like a giant electro-magnet that is switched on when I close my eyes to ... Read More



Next Service

We will be at: St John Lutheran Building

11:30 AM

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