We desire to resource you as you help your child to grow in relationship with Jesus Christ.  As parents you will have the most lasting impact in your child’s spiritual life. Our role as the faith community is to come alongside and support you as your children grow.

HomeFront Weekly

HomeFront Weekly is a pre-teaching tool to encourage families to spend time together in God’s Word during the week before coming to church on Sunday. The scripture you work on during the week is reinforced during “The Big God Story” they will hear and see on Sunday. There are three parts of each HomeFront Weekly the week before the lesson to allow you the opportunity to read and discuss the scripture during the week.

HomeFront Weekly includes curriculum for Wonder (Preschool 4, Kindergarten & 1st) and Story (2nd-5th) and is available in all classrooms and at the KidVenture Connecting Point.


HomeFront Monthly

This monthly magazine is packed with ideas for family devotions, ideas for creating traditions in your home, serving opportunities, and more!  Each monthly issue focuses on one of 10 Environments: Storytelling, Identity, Faith Community, Serving, Out of the Comfort Zone, Responsibility, Course Correction, Love/Respect, Knowing, Modeling.

There are 3 ways you can receive HomeFront monthly:

  1. Click here to subscribe and have each monthly issue emailed directly to your inbox!
  2. Pick up a hard copy of HomeFront at Calvary.


When parents work together with the faith community to raise their children, they increase their parenting capacity exponentially. Parenting Beyond Your Capacity is a study for parents which will equip you to be the spiritual parent your family needs.

Most parents have so many demands on their time that they can't be the kind of parent they desire to be. It's important to know this: Two combined influences will make a greater impact on kids than just two influences. And it's true. Parents who partner with the faith community are the best way to bring the next generation into the family of God – and keep them there.

Watch for ongoing classes throughout the school year.