JC - 9AM & 11AM


We are excited to announce the return of our van ministry - 11am service ONLY!
To adhere to the state mandates, we will be limiting our capacity to 50% and all van riders will be required to wear a mask. Please call the church office to reserve your spot!
{607} 797 3757 

New Book Release!

Come & Go
- Living on Mission with God -

Regardless of where you live or who you are, you can participate in God's mission, one of the greatest privileges as a Christ follower. God has invited us to both COME to Him - living in intimate relationship with our Creator, and GO for Him - sharing the life-transforming gospel with others. You will be inspired by the personal stories and scriptural examples of those who overcame the challenges and embarked on the exciting adventure of living on mission with God by the power of the Holy Spirit. This book will help you discover simple practical ways you, too, can answer God's call. None of us are truly qualified, but it is God and His life in us that qualifies us. 
August 2nd - Available at our JC Campus
August 16th - Available at our Owego Campus

Fill out the order form to pick up your copy at one of our locations or have it shipped to your house!
E-Book option available on Amazon - click one of the options below to order

w e l c o m e

Visit us at one of our locations!

JC Campus

1315 Reynolds Rd Johnson City, NY
Sunday - 9am & 11am
Wednesday - 6:30pm

Owego Campus

84 Thorn Hollow Rd. Owego, NY
Sunday - 10am
Tuesday - 6:30pm

The Bridge Community Center

143 Baldwin St. Johnson City, NY
Tuesdays & Thursdays - 2pm - 5pm
Wednesday - 6:30pm


As a church we are standing with our brothers and sisters of color. Our hearts break at the injustices we are seeing in our nation. The anger that moves anyone to feel superior to another human being because of the color of their skin stands in direct opposition to Jesus and the gospel. Jesus was willing to cross any racial divide to bring healing and love. Jesus was willing to have conversations with those who were socially marginalized because of their ethnicity. It’s time for us to do the same. May we truly ‘be the church’ that represents our loving savior. At Calvary’s Love we are honored to have people of many different ethnicities. We value who you are, your experiences, your opinions, the injustices you face. We want to be a safe place for authentic and open conversation towards change. We are standing in UNITY against racism.

If you consider yourself part of the CLove Fam we are calling YOU to action!
We have a responsibility to stand for truth and advocate for change!
Dr. Duane Durst Interview
More people need to hear this interview- our NY Network Assembly of God Superintendent, Dr. Duane Durst interviewing two African American Pastors. Their willingness to speak candidly on racism and offer healthy perspectives on our response is urgently needed in this time, and quite honestly something that EVERYONE needs to hear regardless of their faith or race.

Who We Are

We like to say that Calvary’s Love isn’t just our name, it’s who we are.
We believe that when you experience the love of Christ then your whole life is changed and it’s through that love that you begin to discover who you are and what you were created for.It’s also through that love that you are able to live in real, authentic relationship with others. So we are a bunch of people who bring our brokenness, our mess, our pain and our pasts to the feet of Jesus and allow Him to transform us and write a new story for our present and our future.

Calvary’s Love is a place where you are able to ‘come as you are’ – which means that you don’t have to have it all together on the outside or within to be a part of the family here. We are motivated by the love that has transformed our lives to love the people that are around us. Calvary’s Love Church is a place for you- no matter who you are or where you come from!

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