Care & Share Table

After the Worship Service each Sunday, please come and see our summer display of     homegrown fruits, vegetables and flowers, courtesy of our green-fingered gardeners.

No purchase necessary.  Donations at your pleasure.
Just taste and see that the Lord is good.

Abbotsford Food Bank

Please remember to keep bringing items for the Food Bank on Sunday mornings throughout July and August, as the summer is often a season of low inventory for the Food Bank. The TOP 5 items needed are soup, peanut butter & jam, pasta sauce, Kraft Dinner and rice. Thank you for your continued support.

Calvin Church Office Hours (July 16th – July 20th)

Administration Office Hours for the week of Monday, July 16th to Friday, July 20th are as follows:

Monday, July 16th – CLOSED                                                                                                                         Tuesday, July 17th –  CLOSED
Wednesday, July 18th – CLOSED
Thursday, July 19th – CLOSED
Friday, July 20th –  9:00am – 2:00pm


Graduation Time

This is the time of year when some of our youth may be graduating from elementary school, junior high school, high school, college or university, and we wish to acknowledge and applaud their achievements. If you are graduating, or would like to recognize someone who is, please contact Janet at the church office by Friday, June 8th. Thank you.


Once a year, at the end of May, a special ecumenical service is held at the Westminster         Abbey in Mission – an Evening of Sung Prayers inspired with the music of Taize. Come and enjoy an hour of song, stillness, beauty, prayer and community led by Cathy Hardy & friends and the boys of the Seminary of Christ the King, Westminster Abbey.
Saturday, May 26th from 8:00 – 9:00pm
Westminster Abbey
34224 Dewdney Trunk Road, Mission
For more information, please contact Cathy at

Upcoming Joy Vox Community Choir Concert


Featuring Joy Vox Community Choir and                     Voce Destino

Special Guests are Amy Stephen and Amir Haghighi


Saturday, May 26th, 2018 at 7:00 pm

Calvin Presbyterian Church, 33911 Hazelwood Avenue, Abbotsford

$15.00 tickets available at the door and at

Partial proceeds go to Abbotsford/Mission Food Bank

Upcoming Valley Festival Singers Concert

Songs of Strength and Beauty

Although she was a much-praised and highly accomplished musician with more than 450 compositions to her name, it’s possible that you’ve never heard of Fanny Hensel. You might recognize her brother’s name: Felix Mendelssohn. Her lack of recognition speaks more to the times in which she lived than her talents and yet Fanny Hensel is only one of many female composers who would never achieve the acclaim that their male counterparts did.
So when selecting music for the Valley Festival Singers’ spring concert, conductor Joel Tranquilla chose to highlight music that would draw attention to the wealth of contributions made by females. Songs of Strength and Beauty is a special concert program for the Mother’s Day weekend that will feature music for, by and about women. Along with music by Fanny Hensel, the concert will also include works by Nancy Telfer, Sarah Quartel, Joan Szymko and others.
The concert is set for the Mother’s Day weekend but it will speak to a broader narrative than motherhood. Works from Purcell, Handel and Schubert focus on poetry by and stories about women. The concert also reflects a wide variety of styles with music from Africa, poetry from Japan and an arrangement by Tranquilla of Leonard Cohen’s Bernadette.

May 13th, 2018 at 3 pm
Calvin Presbyterian Church – 33911 Hazelwood Avenue, Abbotsford, BC

Tickets at House of James, on Eventbrite, and at the door.

Adults – $20.00  Seniors – $15.00  Students – $5.00  Children 10 & under – Free

Gallery 7 Theatre presents “The Mousetrap”

The World’s Longest Running Play
by Agatha Christie

May 18 & 19, 23 – 26, 2018 @ 7:30 PM
Matinees: May 19 & 26 @ 2:00 PM
Matsqui Centennial Auditorium, 32315 South Fraser Way, Abbotsford

Mystery and intrigue surround six strangers stranded at an English boarding house during a snow storm when one among them is murdered. The suspects include the newly married couple running the guest house, a spinster with an obscure background, an architect more suited to be chef, a retired Army major, and an unexpected arrival whose car has overturned in the snow. The job of solving the murder falls to a policeman, who’s investigation rattles nerves and shakes many a skeleton in the closet. Agatha Christie’s most famous and riveting thriller will leave you guessing until the very end!