Calvary's Outreach and Evangelism Ministry is committed to extending care to people in the Chicagoland area who are in need. Through our many outreach programs, we strive to put God’s passion into action.
This work of compassion is rooted in Jesus' strong desire to see individuals and entire communities made whole. The very heartbeat of Jesus is to serve our local community by reaching out to those who are hurting, alone, in need, struggling or oppressed.
The needs of hurting people in our own neighborhoods are vast and varied. By partnering with skilled ministries, agencies and organizations that are on the front lines of battling poverty, Calvary’s efforts and financial support have a multiplied impact upon those in need.
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Call the Outreach Ministry: 630-585-3232
Calvary Church owns and operates a food and clothing outreach in downtown Naperville. This ministry provides food and clothing for people in need while also offering prayer and encouragement.
129 W. Benton Ave
Naperville, IL 60540
Please bring an ID + current utility bill and visit us:
Tuesdays: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Thursdays: 9-11 a.m.
Mondays: 8:15-10 a.m. — Loading/unloading food donations.
Tuesdays: 5-7 p.m. — Blessing our guests with prayer, clothing, personal care and food items. Various opportunities available.
Wednesdays: 8:15-10 a.m. — Unloading food donations.
Thursdays: 8:45-11:30 a.m. — Blessing our guests with prayer, clothing, personal care and food items. Various opportunities available.
If you feel called to this ministry, reach out to the Outreach Ministry via email or 630.585.3246.
Serving at Feed My Starving Children includes packing food for those who are less fortunate around the world. It is a fun and gratifying experience you won’t want to miss! If you are interested in volunteering or have any questions, please email or call Robbie Gonzalez at 630-585-3246.
Feed My Starving Children
555 Exchange Ct.
Aurora, IL 60504
Children must be over 5 years old to attend.
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Make a difference to those who call Hesed House home for the night. Pray over and serve a warm delicious meal prepared by our very own Bistro 59. Encourage guests with uplifting words, smiles and prayers. This is an incredible evening to serve and minister to those in need.
659 S River St.
Aurora, IL 60506
If you are interested in serving please email or call our Outreach Ministry at 630-585-3232.
Calvary Church is organizing a network of people who have a heart for children without families. We would like to provide guidance and support as you walk down this incredibly rewarding path. Our hope is that you begin to see the face of Christ in each of these children.
You can become involved in many different ways—from cooking meals for families to opening your home to an orphan. Regardless of how you choose to serve the orphan, we want to help you do it well. We believe that no one should be in this alone.
For full information, visit our page:
Volunteers are a critical part of making the ReStore successful and creating a wonderful experience for our customers, donors and visitors. A typical volunteer day at the ReStore involves participating in one of the roles below:
Tuesday - Friday: 9:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Saturday: 9:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Sunday: 11:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Community service hours may be credited. Please call our Outreach Ministry at 630-585-3232 for more information.
Incarcerated men, women and teens in our area need to experience the love of Christ in their lives. They also need assistance when re-entering society. Calvary has partnered with the following wonderful ministries who work to offer hope to these individuals.
New Life Corrections Ministry exists to serve as a catalyst in enlisting, training and supporting believers from local churches to reach out to people behind bars with the transforming power of the gospel and practical expressions of God's love.
If you're interested in helping bring hope and support to these individuals and their families please visit New Life Corrections.
Calvary's Outreach Department has partnered with J.U.S.T. (Justice, Understanding, Serving, Teaching) of DuPage to share God's love, and support the spiritual journeys of the inmates of the DuPage County Jail. We do this by helping to provide chaplaincy, educational programs, addiction recovery, social services and increased employability.
If you're interested in helping bring hope and support to these individuals and their families please visit www.justofdupage.org.