Join us in Cambridge or Ayr!



• Volunteers will be wearing masks. • Hand sanitizer will be required prior to entry in classes. • Room capacities will be limited to accommodate 2-metre social distancing for worship rally areas. • Craft supplies such as scissors, crayons, etc. will only be used for one service or fully sanitized in-between services.
• Kindly self-screen prior to arrival; if you (or anyone in your household) are feeling sick, if you have health concerns, if you have recently travelled, or if you have been in contact with anyone who is sick, please stay home and join us online. • Please wash your hands, use hand sanitizer often, and use proper methods with a sneeze or cough (into your arm, not your hands). • Maintain a distance of six or more feet between yourself and other guests. • Please respect the personal health decisions of others. • Do not gather in groups before or after the service; please wave and say hello from a distance. • Please respect others and social distance when getting in and out of your vehicles. • Please wear a mask to the service. We ask that everyone joining us for an in-person Sunday service would wear a face mask. Children under the age of 5 are exempt from this requirement. In an effort to protect our church family and guests, with a specific concern for the elderly, young children, and those who are immunocompromised, we are extending our mask wearing requirements as a request to all who enter the building on a Sunday morning. Our desire is to reduce the risk for these groups, provide an atmosphere where everyone feels safe to attend, and do everything we can to make sure that the church doors continue to stay open. • If you are unable or unwilling to wear a mask, we ask that you would continue joining us online for Sunday service for the time being, instead of attending an in-person service, in order to protect those vulnerable groups listed above. As current conditions pose a higher risk to those who are vulnerable, we want to do everything we can to keep everyone safe, and we appreciate your partnership with us in that approach. We know that this is a sensitive issue, and thank our entire congregation for their flexibility and understanding.

Cambridge: New families are required to complete registration forms at the kids ministry desk in the atrium prior to proceeding to the kids classes. Returning families may use the self-check-in stations to print name & security tags on the class levels.

Ayr: New families are required to complete registration forms at the kids ministry desk in the lobby. Returning families visit the kids ministry desk in the lobby for name and security tags. All kids proceed to the sanctuary with their families until after announcements and then proceed to the basement level for programming.

Yes! You are more than welcome to continue accessing all the online options for Kids@Calvary, including weekly teaching videos, parent guides and God time cards.

Welcome Kids!


Kids, you’re in the right spot for a lot of fun! We have some weekly Bible story videos and parent discussion & activity guides coming for you that are packed with adventure!