In June 2018, Calvary became the new home of the Tri-Town YMCA administrative offices, as well as a site for before and after school care and summer camp.
"Since 1985, the Tri-Town YMCA has been offering Y’s Kids Programs, a safe before and after school alternative, for children to attend, while their parents are at work or continuing their education. Our programs are available Monday – Friday, during the school year, to children who attend School Districts 44 and 45."
The mission of Immigrant Solidarity DuPage is to educate, organize, and mobilize Dupage County around the rights and collective struggles of the Latino community.
Immigrant Solidarity DuPage uses a holistic approach in supporting the Latino community, organizing and educating workers through the worker’s center, organizing events that celebrate Latin culture through the cultural committee, as well as offering ESL classes, Yoga classes and more.
Calvary Church is the recipient of a Vitality Grant from the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago. This grant supports Calvary’s commitment to racial healing, reconciliation and justice. Mother Mo, Pastor Greg Armstrong from RENEW Church and Cristobal Cavazos from Immigrant Solidarity DuPage are the founding Leaders of The Courageous Love Initiative, the mission of which is to dismantle the powers of racism by creating platforms that promote genuine, loving relationships which inspire our community to remove the sinful chains of segregation.
This initiative has planned and organized retreats, bilingual worship services, community peace rallies, monthly community gatherings focused on racial justice, and filmed multi-racial and cultural videos for social media platforms that educate and empower. All voices are important and welcomed to these meetings and events.