Roseville Campus

Address

2120 Lexington Ave N
Roseville, MN 55113

Service Times

Sunday 9:00 AM

Sunday 10:30 AM

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White Bear Campus

Address

4604 Greenhaven Dr
White Bear Lake, MN 55127

Service Times

Sunday 9:00 AM

Sunday 10:30 AM

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Calvary Church is committed to sharing the love and good news of Jesus to individuals and families living with mental health and emotional issues by providing education, support, and resources through the local church and community. 

"May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit." Romans 15:13

For information on funerals, weddings, and pre-marital, visit our LIFE EVENTS page.  

Care Groups

Barnabas

The Barnabas Care Team meets the needs of home-bound adults through prayer, phone calls, and home/hospital visits. The purpose of this team is to provide care for the body and a cure for the soul, and we do this by being a friend to the house-bound, those living in assisted living facilities, and special needs adults. To join this ministry team or request care, please use the contact button below. 

   

Team Contact

Dementia Care Partner's Support Group 

The group provides emotional and spiritual support for those who have loved ones suffering from dementia. Those attending will learn from the experiences of others who are braving this journey and from a book discussion and other resources. Use the contact button below for more information or to get started. 

   

   

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DivorceCare

DivorceCare is a national program that provides a safe place for adults to begin the healing process, and recover from the pain of divorce and/or separation. Past attendees have found the group support to be helpful while dealing with the loss of a relationship and all that entails. There is a $20 registration fee paid at the door. Scholarships are available.

Sessions begin in September and January, see our EVENTS page for details and registration for an upcoming session. 

   

   

DivorceCare Contact

DivorceCare for Kids

Kids can feel angry, hurt, and confused by separation and divorce, and need a safe, fun place to gain the skills that will help them heal. DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K) is a national program that gives them just that. Please let us know if you'll be bringing a child to DC4K by sending your name, your email and phone, and your child's name and age to the DC4K contact. Workbooks will be provided. 

Sessions begin in September and January, see our EVENTS page for details and registration. 

   

   

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GriefShare

GriefShare is a safe place to find support, encouragement, hope and healing for people grieving the death of a family member or friend. You are welcome to begin attending the GriefShare group at any session.  Each session is “self-contained,” so you do not have to attend in sequence. There is a $20 registration fee, paid at the door. Scholarships are available.

Sessions begin in September and January, see our EVENTS page for details and registration. 

 

   

   

GRIEFSHARE CONTACT

Moving Forward After Divorce

Have you been through the DivorceCare study? Are you looking to connect with a group that understands divorce, yet isn't focused on it? Join us as we transition into healing and taking a step back from what has happened to focus on where we go from here. Join at anytime, you do not need to wait for a new session to start!

Sessions begin in September and January, see our EVENTS page for details and registration. 

 

   

   

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Women at the Well- Supporting Women with Unresolved Trauma Wounds

In Women at the Well, we provide caring, supportive relationships and lead you into an intimate connection with Jesus as you journey toward wholeness. Women at the Well works in partnership with Door of Hope Ministries to offer Authentic Hope and Immanuel Lifestyle Support Group. 

HUB

Participants can join this ongoing spiritual support group for caring discipleship and accountability. Use the contact button below for more information or to get started.  

Mondays / 6:30-8:30pm
White Bear Campus

AUTHENTIC HOPE-Healing from Trauma

In a nine-week class, with safe, support-group break-out sessions, participants will learn about the complex dynamics of abuse and trauma, Biblical truths about abuse and healing, and the ways to healing, freedom and love Jesus offers from trauma and abuse. We will also discuss how trauma affects the brain and how to return to joy from difficult experiences. REGISTRATION required. Registration will close once the class/support groups begin.

Sessions begin in September and January, see our EVENTS page for details and registration. 

   

  

WOMEN AT THE WELL CONTACT

Stephen Ministry

Are you or someone you care about in need of a Stephen Minister? Stephen Ministers provide one to one care for those who are:

  • Grieving loss of loved ones
  • In a crisis
  • Suffering from a chronic or terminal illness
  • Hospitalized
  • Experiencing post-partum symptoms
  • Challenges with adoption or fostering children
  • Working through life-transitions
  • Experiencing frustrating or challenging family issues
  • Going through a divorce
  • Affected by job loss
  • Lonely
  • Disabled or assisting a disabled family member
  • Struggling with separation due to military deployment  

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Care resources

Video Resources

Video resources that address a wide variety of mental health struggles.

One to One Care Videos

Community Resources

National Domestic Violence Hotline—1.866.223.1111

Metro Area Mental Health Crisis Response 
Anoka—763.755.3801
Carver/Scott—952.442.7601
Dakota—952.891.7171
Washington—651.777.5222
Ramsey—  Adult—651.266.7900 Children—651.266.7878
Hennepin— Adult—612.596.1223 Children—612.348.2233

National Suicide Prevent Lifeline—988

National Alliance on Mental Illness Minnesota (NAMI)— 1.651.645.2948 or toll free—1.888.626.4435

Counseling Referrals

podcasts

 

Stephen Ministry

Stephen Ministers walk beside a person who is struggling with hope due to a life crisis, adversity, or grief. The ministry is named for Stephen, a Christ-follower whose life and ministry is described in Acts 6-8. Stephen was one of seven people commissioned by the apostles to provide a care ministry for the widows of the church in Jerusalem.

    

Stephen Ministers are congregation members trained to provide confidential one-on-one, Christ-centered care for people in crisis or with other pressing needs. To prepare for lay ministry, Stephen Ministers receive thorough, practical training as well as ongoing supervision and support. To begin your Stephen Ministry training or receive care from a Stephen Ministry contact BEN TYVOLL

 

Contact

 

Send us an email if you have questions or would like more information about Care at Calvary Church. 

 

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