Additional Giving Opportunities

  • Your generous contribution helps Calvary send our own members on various mission trips. Giving to our CBC Missions fund directly helps adult church members going on a 10-day mission project to South America this Fall. It will also help fund and support students through our youth ministry for a week-long mission trip in the future.


    SUPPORT CBC MISSIONS

  • Mission New Mexico is the work of Southern Baptists across the state who give generously and sacrificially to support causes and work not included in Cooperative Program-funded funded ministries. Their gifts comprise the annual Mission New Mexico State Missions Offering. It shares hope. It changes lives.


    The 2022 offering theme is “There’s Still Room.” It is taken from Luke 14:22. People need more than hope that lies beyond the grave. Jesus brought both living hope and eternal hope. The salvation He offers matters today and tomorrow, not just in eternity.


    Support Mission New Mexico

  • The Benevolence offering supports a fund that the Calvary Deacons have the access and discretion to use on a case-by-case basis when people come to Calvary seeking financial assistance. Through this fund, the Calvary Deacons have been able to provide food, shelter, a month's rent, or even electric bill payments and other needs for community members and church members alike.


    The Benevolence fund is entirely separate from the Calvary General church budget.


    Give to the Benevolence Fund

  • Every week, volunteers like you unpack, organize, and distribute food to people from our community as part of the Calvary Food Pantry. But where does all this food come from? Calvary is a partner with Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico, an organization that handles the state-wide logistics, so smaller groups like Calvary can focus on feeding our community.


    Each dollar given to the food pantry ministry is spent procuring food to feed the hungry in Las Cruces.


    Support the Food Pantry.


    To personally serve in the Calvary Food Pantry, please contact the Calvary Church office: cbcoffice@cbclascruces.org or visit the Food Pantry Page for more info.

  • Founded in May of 1919, New Mexico Baptist Children's Home is the longest continuously operating residential childcare facility in New Mexico. The goal of NMBCH has always been to make a difference in the lives of the children God entrusts to our care. The dedicated Christian staff is focused on the task of encouraging each child to become a well-adjusted and responsible individual. This includes guiding children in their growth physically, mentally, spiritually, and socially.


    From the nmbch website.


    Support the Children's Home