Your Alternative Worship Committee invites you to participate in Fun for the Family featuring the film Despicable Me. Parents and grandparents, please bring your children and grandchildren (or if they live too far away, bring yourselves!), and feel free to invite your neighbors, their children, and their grandchildren for an enjoyable afternoon during spring school vacation! Join us for a free-of-charge, fun afternoon including the family movie, crafts, and snacks while exploring redemption, or “how it's never too late to begin again!”
Men's Fellowship Annual Communion Service and Breakfast will be on May 15th, Thursday at 7:00 am.
A short communion service in the sanctuary will be followed by Strata, juice, coffee and English muffins, all are invited.
God will be there, will you join us?
Your Alternative Worship Committee’s invites you to participate in “Pipes, Pedals and Pizza”. This is an opportunity for children from the church and the greater Dennis-area community to hear and learn about our new organ. Parents and Grandparents please bring your children and grandchildren and please invite your neighbors, their children and their grandchildren for Maggie Bossi’s introduction to the new organ including an organ crawl and music for the children. The organ crawl will be followed by a pizza lunch.
When: Saturday, May 31st at 11:00 AM
DUC prepares and serves the Calvary Baptist meal on the first Friday of every month -- Fri., 5/2 in May -- at Faith Assembly Church, Bearse's Way, Hyannis. The church's mission is to provide healthy, nutritious, hot meals to families, children, seniors, homeless and anyone else in need regardless of race, color, creed, religious beliefs, or income.
To help serve the meal, meet Cindy Fiscus and her team at Faith Assembly Church at 5pm on any first Friday of the month. If you'd like to follow Cindy in driving to Hyannis, meet at DUC at 4:30pm.
Greetings to you all,
In these first days of April, we are sharing our Lenten journey with prayers and hope. In the forty days from Ash Wednesday to the glory of Easter and the Resurrection of Jesus, we hope to settle down and reflect the wonder of our faith life with Jesus as our Guide. As we walk with Him on this journey, we wonder how we can continue to reach and touch those whose burdens feel very heavy.
April 2014 marks the second anniversary of the Calvary Baptist Church in Hyannis being destroyed by fire. In the aftermath, the Church projected that the recovery time frame would be less than a year, but with spiraling remediation costs to remove the old structure and rebuilding budget shortfalls, the rebuilding task grows more daunting each month.