3C Worship: Coffee, Conversation & Communion

Hear and talk about the Bible lessons of the day. Holy Communion served. This service usually lasts about 1 hour. Dress as you are comfortable. This is Christ’s church, and there is a place for you here.

Contact Information
  1. Calvary Lutheran Church
  2. 908 276 2418
  3. office@calvarycranford.com
Sun, December 15
9:00 am — 7:00 pm
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Hear and talk about the Bible lessons of the day. Holy Communion served. This service usually lasts about 1 hour. Dress as you are comfortable. This is Christ’s church, and there is a place for you here.

108 Eastman Street Cranford, NJ 07016

Calvary Lutheran Church

108 Eastman Street
Cranford, NJ 07016

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