Walking the Way of Jesus. Walking the Way of Love!

Come as you are! You are welcome here!

Walking the Way of Jesus. Walking the Way of Love.

Calvary Episcopal Church is an open and caring congregation demonstrating extravagant hospitality in worship and fellowship. All are welcome. Come as you are and experience the love of God. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, Calvary Episcopal Church welcomes you.


The mission of the Calvary Episcopal Church Choir is to enhance the worship service through song and assist and support the message of the Church with music. The choir has a strong tradition in the history of the church and includes, a faithful group of singers. Singing a wide repertoire, from the early classics to the more contemporary sacred literature. The choir also presents a “Lessons and Carols of Advent” in December and a “Choir Sunday Music Service” in the spring. Sandy Cordes is the Director of Music. Our talented organist/pianist is Susan Prisendorf. The choir always welcomes new singers.

Welcome to Mary Polk N.E.W.S.

Mary Polk NEWS is the New Episcopal Women’s Service organization of Calvary Episcopal Church. Monthly meetings as announced; any woman of Calvary Episcopal Church is welcome to join us. See Linda Orscheln for more information about the Mary Polk N.E.W.S. group.

The Vestry

The Calvary Episcopal Church Vestry welcomes you! The Vestry is the group of Church members who are the leaders or officers of the church. The 2022 Vestry members are David Schlomer – Sr. Warden, Stephanie Hull – Jr. Warden, Shirley Bohlken – Vestry Clerk, Cherie Beltran – Treasurer, Anne Gardner, and Rose Shepherd – Chaplain.

Watch our Sunday services online

We share our Sunday services online on our Facebook page come and worship with us online.

Visiting us

We are located on the corner of E Broadway Boulevard and Ohio Avenue. From the Hwy 50/65 intersection, take Hwy 50 East until you come to the 3rd stoplight. There you will see our church building on your left, at the NE corner. Parking is off Ohio Avenue.

Votive Candle – Calvary Episcopal Church, Sedalia, Missouri.

News from The Diocese of West Missouri

  • Three-minute read. On March 7, over 30 Episcopalians across Missouri joined forces with hundreds of volunteers from Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America for an Advocacy Day at our state capitol. The post Missouri Episcopalians join forces with Moms Demand Action for an Advocacy Day at the Missouri state capitol appeared first on New Spirit.
  • One-minute read. Following the resignation of Diocesan Secretary Curtis Hamilton, Bishop Diane Diane sends this brief note on personnel changes for the roles of the Diocesan Secretary and Intake Officer. The post Transitions within the Diocese appeared first on New Spirit.
  • One-minute read. Details of the churches in transition and the clergy transitions through to the end of February 2023. The post Transitions – February 2023 appeared first on New Spirit.
  • Three-minute read. The fifth and final step in the Be SMART program is “T” Tell Your Peers to Be SMART. The post Be SMART: Addressing Firearm Death in Children through Telling Your Peers to Be SMART appeared first on New Spirit.
  • Five-minute video. Watch the fourth and final video in the 2023 series recognizing key African American figures in the Episcopal Church and beyond. Michael Curry is the Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church, the first African American to hold the position. As Presiding Bishop, Curry has been a prominent voice on social justice issues, and has advocated for marriage equality and immigration reform. The post Black History Month. Michael B. Curry appeared first on New Spirit.
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