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Mount Calvary Lutheran Church

Inviting every generation on a shared journey to Christian growth

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OUR MISSION

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.

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Weekend Schedule

Saturday Evening:  5:30 PM

Sunday Morning:  8:45 AM

Sunday School:

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

Ages: 9-Up 10-11AM

Adult:  Not Meeting

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Worship Approach

COVID-19 process is as follows: Masks are required, with face shields available for those who would prefer them. Worshipers are separated by six or more feet and no physical contact is made. Paper and other items are not passed. Participants are asked to bring their own bread for communion. Music is recorded rather than sung.

Latest News & Announcements

Nov 24
In person worship service.

In person church services are a go.

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Nov 24
Other worship options.

Live broadcast, live streaming and live facebook.

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Sep 03
New Addition to Indoor Worship

Last weekend, we debuted our new worship technology: five screens situated around the sanctuary which will be used to display …

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Aug 31
Behind the Scenes – At the Drive-In

Our largest worship service each week over the past few months has been our drive-in service. Held Wednesday evenings at …

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Aug 27
Collection for Greater Johnstown Schools

With the precautions required of schools this year, we learned that there would be an increased need for certain school …

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Pastors

Pastor Scott
Pastor Scott Klimke

I was born in a village just outside of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Without a doubt, Fond du Lac is not just around the corner from Johnstown, Pennsylvania. For instance, I doubt there are many natives of Johnstown, or of Pennsylvania in general, who have attended an annual, bratwurst festival as I did every year when I was child.

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Pastor Jon
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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