Calvary Church Breaks Ground on New Ministry Center

Leading the groundbreaking ceremonies are (from L to R) Tim Eaton, Jerry Cummings, Sam Skielnik, Norm Jaeger, Ken Brown, David Weda, Dan Plourde

Calvary Church held an official groundbreaking ceremony for its Next Step Ministry Center in Jupiter on Sunday, April 22. Hosted by Calvary’s Board of Directors, Pastors and Staff, the celebration honored the construction launch for a 35,000-square-foot facility that will double the church’s capacity and ability to impact its congregation and beyond.

“For us, the church is not a building; it is the people that make up the church, and our desire is for everyone who enters our doors to experience the life change of God’s grace and love,” Pastor Dan Plourde remarked. “Marriages will be restored, addictions will be overcome and lives will be transformed.”

The Next Step Ministry Center will house a 750-seat auditorium, a Welcome Center for new guests, a Resource Center with weekly teachings and other publications and an expanded Café space. In addition, the Center will provide a secure, centralized location for all preschool and elementary children, which has been desperately needed due to the Church’s growth over the last 20 years.

Located at 10100 West Indiantown Road in Jupiter, Calvary Church was founded in 1997 and follows the Calvary Chapel methodology of teaching the Bible verse-by-verse.


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