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4001 Osuna Road NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Contact Us: 505.344.0880

Service Times: today's schedule

Saturday: 6:30 pm
Sunday: 8:00, 9:30 & 11:15 am
Wednesday: 7:00 pm

The Latest News at Calvary Albuquerque

Oct 31

 

This Weekend at Calvary

We invite you to join us this weekend for Rock Solid, our series through 1 and 2 Peter. In the opening chapter of his second epistle, Peter declared the importance of following the trustworthy and powerful Word of God. After that, however, he addressed those who were teaching false doctrines, pointing out their devices that misled others and revealing their ultimate fate. In the message "Watch Out for Fakes!" Pastor Skip takes us through 2 Peter 2:1-14 and explains three recommendations Peter gave about dealing with false teachers.

Oct 31

 

Auction of B.C. Nowlin Paintings to Benefit Static Radio

World-renowned artist B.C. Nowlin has donated his paintings "Savant" and "Willing Spirits" to benefit Static Radio. Influenced by Native American history and culture, his work demonstrates an exceptional use of color and imagination. The vibrant pieces are up for auction and on display at Connection Communications Monday-Friday, November 3-7, and at Calvary Albuquerque on Saturday-Sunday, November 8-9. The starting bid for the 12" x 9" painting, "Savant," is $1,000; the starting bid for the 24" x 12" painting, "Willing Spirits," is $2,000.

Silent bids will be accepted at Connection Communications Monday-Friday, 8 am - 5 pm, starting Monday, November 3. The auction will continue in the east foyer at all Calvary Albuquerque services on November 8-9. Bidding closes on Sunday, November 9, at 12:30 pm. For more information, call 344.9146.

Oct 29

 

For King & Country Plays Sold-Out Show

After offering a glimpse of their dynamic musicality at Calvary's weekend services, award-winning band For King & Country played a sold-out show on Sunday evening, October 26, at Calvary Albuquerque. Over 2,000 people packed the sanctuary to see the rock/pop duo, who have sold out multiple shows on their current tour. The band kicked off the Albuquerque show with their signature energetic performance of pounding drums, moving anthems, and compelling melodies. During the concert, brothers Joel and Luke challenged the crowd to demonstrate respect and honor in their relationships, encouraging ladies to see their worth and calling the men to stand up for this cause. They shared personal stories about their songs and exhorted the crowd with God's love, playing popular songs such as "Crave," "Middle of Your Heart," "To The Dreamers," and "Fix My Eyes." After the show, fans lined up to meet Joel and Luke and support them at their merchandise table.

Oct 28

 

Dr. John Warwick Montgomery Defends the Christian Faith

World-renowned apologist Dr. John Warwick Montgomery recently defended the Christian faith at Calvary Albuquerque's In Defense conference, October 13-15. Considered by many to be the foremost living apologist for biblical Christianity, Dr. Montgomery is an international lawyer and modern philosopher who resides in England, France, and the United States. During the conference, which took place at Calvary Nob Hill and Calvary Albuquerque, Dr. Montgomery defended the historicity of Jesus Christ, delivered a lawyer's defense of Christianity, and argued for the inerrancy of the Bible. Follow the link below to read an article by Pastor Brian Nixon about the In Defense conference and Dr. Montgomery's visit to Albuquerque.

A Life of Defense: Dr. John Warwick Montgomery

Watch Dr. John Warwick Montgomery's lectures from In Defense

Oct 28

 

Visiting Missionary: Slavé Velesanov

Calvary Albuquerque missionary Slavé Velesanov has served in Macedonia and now serves in Croatia, where he has established a church and ministers to the homeless community. Slavé also translates Pastor Skip's teachings for broadcast on TV and radio to more than 100,000 people. Stop by his kiosk before and after weekend services, November 1-2, to meet him and be encouraged.

Oct 25

 

Daylight Savings Time

Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday, November 2, at 2 am. Don't forget to set your clocks back one hour on Saturday night, November 1. Saturday evening service is not affected by the time change, but you'll be an hour early for Sunday services if you forget to change your clocks!

Oct 24

 

Job Opportunity: Full-Time Human Resources Manager

Calvary Albuquerque is accepting applications for a full-time human resources manager who will be responsible for the full function of the HR department. The successful candidate must have a minimum of two years' experience in general HR functions, including administering HR policies and procedures, recruiting and employment processing, maintaining personnel records, benefits administration, and operating HRIS. This position requires excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills. Maintaining confidentiality and promoting a positive and friendly environment are essential to this role.

Apply online; no phone calls, please.

Oct 24

 

Job Opportunity: Part-Time Customer Service Representative, Parchments

Parchments is accepting applications for a friendly, energetic, part-time customer service representative who is available to work a flexible schedule of approximately twenty-five to twenty-nine hours a week, including weekend shifts and service times. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, receiving inventory, cashiering, stocking books, answering phones, providing knowledge of and assistance with store products, and ministering spiritually to others. Successful applicant must be detail-oriented and a quick learner.

Apply online; no phone calls, please.

Oct 24

 

The Caring Tree

Uprooted from their homes, family, and friends, residents in nursing homes may suffer depression and loneliness, especially during the holidays. Wouldn't it be wonderful if they understood the loving care of Jesus Christ? The Caring Tree is an evangelical outreach of the Nursing Home Ministry that provides Christmas gifts to the residents of local nursing homes. By selecting the name of a resident from the Caring Tree and blessing them with a special gift and prayer, you can share the love of Christ this Christmas. Please return your gifts to the Caring Tree in Solomon's Porch by Sunday, November 30.

Oct 24

 

Job Opportunity: Full-Time Web Developer

Do you love God and have a passion for web technologies? We are looking for a full-time web developer to help us spread the good news of Jesus Christ to the world by developing and maintaining web sites. A strong understanding of ASP, PHP, and database design and development; extensive knowledge of modern web techniques and tools such as JavaScript, AJAX, jQuery, and similar libraries; experience with HTML5 and CSS3; and a solid understanding of modern browser (desktop and mobile) capabilities are required.

Apply online; no phone calls, please.

Oct 22

 

Reload Love

Every day, we hear about the tragedies happening in the Middle East because of ISIS, and thousands of refugees are fleeing to Kurdistan to escape the violence. But you can join the lovement to bring hope to children caught in the crossfire. Because of your generous donations to Reload Love, we are partnering with organizations to send these children vital relief supplies, including baby formula, blankets, clothes, coats, and shoes. Sign up to be a Reload Love monthly donor, and make an impact in the lives of little ones around the world.

Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and help us spread the love. Ready. Aim. Free.

Oct 17

 

Audition for Battle Drums Worship

Are you a talented musician or vocalist with the desire to serve? Auditions are now open at all campuses for Battle Drums Worship. If you feel called to join the worship team, visit battledrumsmusic.com to submit an application. Qualified applicants will audition on Saturday, November 15. The application deadline is Wednesday, November 12.

Oct 10

 

Pastor Skip Interviews Rend Collective

Rend Collective, an experimental, folk-rock worship band from Bangor, Northern Ireland, was the featured musical guest at Calvary Albuquerque's simulcast event for Harvest America on Sunday, October 5. Joined by touring mates Urban Rescue and Moriah Peters, they moved the crowd with their energetic, passionate music, all while keeping the focus of the concert on the Lord and His gracious love. Recently, Pastor Skip sat down with two members of Rend Collective for an insightful discussion about their music, background, ministry, and current tour: The Art of Celebration. Follow the link below to read an article by Pastor Brian Nixon about the interview.

An Interview with Rend Collective: The Northern Ireland Band Takes Flight

Oct 1

 

October Connection Resource

If you tune out the hopeless news the world slams at you day after day, you're probably not alone. But as believers in Jesus, we need to be spiritually tuned into what's happening around the world. In this month's resource, you'll find Pastor Skip Heitzig's book Homeland Security, which shows you how to stand against spiritual threats. Also included is Dr. Erwin Lutzer's book The Cross in the Shadow of the Crescent—a call for the church to recognize and respond to the spread of Islam. And in the Skip Heitzig Connects You with Dr. Erwin Lutzer DVD interview, you'll dive deeper into these issues as Pastor Skip and Dr. Lutzer candidly discuss the spiritual state of our country. It's time to wake up!

Order this special October resource from The Connection for a donation of any amount. Place your order online or when you call 1.800.922.1888.

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