1518 King Street, Enfield CT 06082 · 860.745.5211 Weekly Services : Traditional Worship 9:00 am; Sunday School 10:15 am; Contemporary Worship 11:15 am



Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all ye lands.
Psalm 100:1

Calvary is home to a diverse group of talented musicians who serve faithfully in our music ministry as we seek the Lord and praise Him with song.

From the organ chords and songs of the Choir during the traditional service, to the melodies of our Worship Team during the contemporary service, Calvary’s sanctuary rings with music and praise on Sunday mornings. Other opportunities include the Celebration Bells hand bell choir and youth ACTS band.

The choir practices on Wednesday evenings from 7:15 to 8:45 pm. Contact Lori Bourret in the church office if you have questions about Calvary’s music ministries!

Whatever your age, level of experience or stylistic preference, there is a place for YOU in the music ministry at Calvary.

Music News

We continue rehearsing the special music for Lent and Easter. Since there are Lenten services each Wednesday at 7 PM, we will rehearse immediately following the services at approximately 7:30, except on Wednesday, April 16 rehearsal will begin at 7:15, since there is no service that evening. The Maundy Thursday service on April 17 will include the expressive music of “A Service of Shadows”. Easter music will be rehearsed first, followed by music for Lent. You are welcome to sing as much as you would like to; Lenten Sundays, Maundy Thursday and Easter. Please consider joining us and worshipping the Lord in this special way.

Recently, I read an inspirational story about the hymn, “Because He Lives (we can face tomorrow)” by Gloria and William Gaither in the book, Then Sings My Soul – Robert J. Morgan. Gloria wrote that she and Bill sought to write songs with lasting answers to the turmoil of the human spirit. They realized that courage does not come from a stable world, since the world has never been stable. Jesus lived in a tumultuous time. This song has reassured them (and many others) that our Lord’s resurrection is the central truth of life.