Formation Ministries

Christian formation is the lifelong process of growing in our relationship with God, ourselves and all creation.

Hearing the Word of God through scripture, working to discern God’s will through study, and observing a prayerful life help us draw closer to God. When we set time aside to share our faith journeys and explore the stories of our faith, we realize God can be found in the most unexpected of places.

To find out more about any of these activities, read our weekly newsletter or call the church office.


Calvary’s youth group is made up of children 12 and under and teaches the Bible using fun and creative curriculum. We aim to teach children how God’s promises of salvation are woven into our lives and how even the smallest of us have been called to be Christ’s ambassadors. At Calvary our goal is to have our children grow in Christ’s love and mercy while teaching the spirit of forgiveness and reconciliation. We use a theological format that is Episcopal and structured around the Holy Eucharist as set forth in the Book of Common Prayer.


In partnership with St Mark’s Episcopal in Glen Ellyn we hope to reengage our youth post-Covid. We promote acceptance and service, embracing the differences between us while exploring the many ways God calls living out God’s love every day.


Adult Formation will resume soon after worship. Topics and discussion are chosen to help people connect faith and the teachings of the Church with the way they live their lives.  We look forward to new topics and discovery as we resume meeting in person.


Daughters of the King consists of women of varying ages who desire a closer walk with the Lord. They are Christian women, both lay and ordained, who are strengthened through the discipline of a Rule of Life, and supported through the companionship of their sisters. The Daughters Rule of Life consists of regular prayer for self and others, service through seeking to do the will of God, regardless of the cost and evangelism through word and deed.


Anyone interested in discussing faith-inspired or otherwise inspirational works is invited to participate in Calvary’s monthly book group. Novels are chosen by consensus and span both older and more contemporary writings. We’ve shared books that illuminate the roots of our faith, books that exemplify Christian living in troubled times, books that explore our relationship to God, and books that enlarge our vision to see the love of Christ for all people.