At Calvary Baptist Church

A warm, friendly welcome awaits you!

Thank you for visiting our church web site. We wish to invite you to visit and worship with us. Be assured you will receive a warm welcome.

As a Christ centered church we base our beliefs, polity and teaching upon God’s revealed word, the Bible. We follow the Great Commission (Matt. 28:19-20) to reach out to all people that they would believe and in faith receive Jesus Christ as their Savior. This is the “Good News” that our God and Creator forgives all our sins, gives us eternal life, absolute assurance of salvation, and peace and joy in our lives. We strive to teach the Bible that so that people will not only be saved, but grow in their relationship with with the Lord. Our further goal is to teach our church how to biblically interpret the Bible for themselves.

Calvary Baptist Church is a people orientated church. A church is not a building, but an assembly of believers who gather together to worship, serve the Lord and each other, and grow in Christ as the word of God is preached and taught. We love the brethren and the souls of men and wish all men to come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. Our commission is to share God’s truth and love with others.

If you do not already have a home church, we would like to extend an invitation to join us for services each and every Sunday. If we can help or would like to know more about God’s word or us please call us at 435 279-6753 or 435 257-8590

About Calvary Baptist Church

Calvary Baptist Church is a traditional Bible believing New Testament church seeking to make a difference in people’s lives through preaching the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ. Read more

Pastor Andy Sanford

Calvary Baptist Church of Tremonton on August 14, 2016 elected Andrew H. Sanford to be their new pastor. In July, Andy graduated from Bethany Divinity College and Seminary, receiving a ThB (Bachelor of Theology) degree. Read more

Why We Use the King James Bible

Calvary Baptist Church only uses the King James Bible in our preaching and teaching. It is not just our preference. We have good reasons why we use this version and not the popular modern versions. Read more