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Mount Calvary Lutheran Church

Inviting every generation on a shared journey to Christian growth.



Welcome to Mount Calvary Lutheran Church. We are Christians and committed to growing as disciples of Jesus Christ. We are Lutherans and are INVITING EVERY GENERATION on a SHARED JOURNEY to CHRISTIAN GROWTH.


Worship Schedule

Saturday Evening:  5:30 PM

Sunday Morning:  8:45 AM

Sunday School:

Ages 4-8 begins at 8:30
Rejoin parents 915AM.

Confirmation: 10-11AM

Adult:  10-11AM


Worship Approach

Masks are now optional for those who have been vaccinated. We have returned to singing during in-person services, along with normal communion distribution. 
Also, please remember our radio offerings (8:45 AM on Sundays).

Latest News & Announcements

Imagining Our Future: The Congregational Self Study Survey

Have you taken time to think about the future of Mt. Calvary? Please prayerfully consider your experience at Mt. Calvary …

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Furry Friends

Many animal shelters in our area, including the Cambria County Humane Society and Second Chance Strays Cat Rescue, are in …

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Donate your gently worn, used and new shoes!

From March 1st – May 1st, Mt. Calvary is partnering with the Greater Johnstown YWCA to raise funds for a …

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Special Fundraising Campaign: The Sign Project

We have officially launched our fundraising campaign to build a new monument sign along Scalp Ave. The new sign will …

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Ask - A Lenten Series

Ask – A Lenten Series

In partnership with Benscreek Lutheran Church, our 2023 Lenten midweek offering is entitled “Ask,” a series that will encourage us …

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Ash Wednesday Service

Please join us on Ash Wednesday for a special worship service led by guest pastor Reverend Nathan Pile. The service will …

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Pastor Jono
Pastor Jonathan Adams

Growing up in the small town of Delmont, PA, I always felt like our community there straddled an interesting line geographically: travel west and you quickly encounter the suburbs of Pittsburgh and eventually the city itself, but travel east and you are just as quickly surrounded by rural open country and mountains.

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