To glorify God by making joyful, passionate disciples of Jesus!
Calvary Gillette is a church plant that is excited to watch how God is going to grow this church! What started as prayers, dreams, and conversations turned into reality as pastor Scott Iken and his family were sent out from Calvary Littleton in Colorado to plant Calvary Gillette.
As we meet people in the community & seek God’s desires for this church, we are looking for individuals who love Jesus & want to help others grow in their love for Him. We will be having gatherings to get to know each other more and begin praying & dreaming about our church. Over time, we will start having regular gatherings for community groups and worship before officially launching our church.
If you don’t currently have a church home, we would love to get you involved with what God is doing through Calvary Gillette!
Together, let’s…”Taste and see that the Lord is good. Oh, the joys of those who take refuge in Him!” (Psalm 34:8)
Though Calvary Gillette hasn’t started yet, here’s what you can expect our church to be like:
We’re looking forward to meeting you, so feel free to introduce yourself. Please let us know what we can do to care for you while you’re here.
Leadership in the local church is something God takes seriously, and so do we. We are a church that is led by our chief shepherd, Jesus Christ. We are guided by a plurality of pastor/elders who work in conjunction with our deacons. We are congregationally affirmed, and believe strongly in the priesthood of all believers.
A relaxed atmosphere
You’ll notice some folks who like to dress up for church and others who don’t. Feel free to wear what’s comfortable for you, and you’ll fit right in.
Calvary Gillette is part of a larger family of inter-dependent churches that are working together to make Jesus non-ignorable to the ends of the earth.
Our meetings include prayer, expository preaching from the Bible, contemporary songs and ancient hymns, and the Lord’s Supper.
Calvary Gillette believes the Bible is the inspired, authoritative Word of God. Our theological convictions serve as foundations for who we are as a church and how we seek to carry out our mission and vision.