Family Camp

Join us for Family Camp 2016!
Twin Peaks Conference Center in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains

Family Camp is a time for you and your family members to pull away from the distractions of your daily routine at home to unwind and be refreshed.  You will be blessed through daily Bible studies and worship, while your children enjoy an amazing, fun-packed and spirit-filled program. There is plenty of free time to swim, play volleyball or basketball, hike, or just relax. The game room provides ping-pong, foosball, billiards, family games and a snack bar during free time and after the evening Bible studies. The Conference Center provides motel-style lodging and delicious meals served three times a day. This is an awesome vacation that you don’t want to miss!  You will be blessed through daily Bible studies and worship,  Lasting friendships are built and lifetime memories are made.


Twin Peaks Conference Center

26409 California 189
win Peaks, CA 92391
hone: (909) 337-6116


Adults (13+ and up) = $330 per person.  
hildren (6-12) = $280 per person. 
oung Children (3-5 ) = $230 per person.  
oddlers (2-under) = $55 per person
0 months and under = $0



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VBS 2015: Hometown Nazareth

Did you know that Jesus was a kid, just like you?
Come join us this year as we meet Jesus
and visit the Hometown Nazareth!!!

This year, Metrocalvary wants to help kids learn the truth about Jesus. We are going to see how Jesus was a child just like you and how He lived just like you. So, come along with us as we travel back to Nazareth and discover how much Jesus loves us by growing up just like us!!!


June 23-26 5:30 – 8:15 PM
(No dinner will be served this year – please ensure children are fed beforehand)


4 years through students entering 6th grade in fall 2015 (4 year olds must be potty trained)
Make sure to bring your friends!


The cost is $25 per child for the entire week. (Make checks payable to metrocalvary)

If you are interested in a CD of the songs, or a music video DVD of the program, please visit


Early registration runs through June 10. Click here to register online
(VBS shirts not guaranteed for those registering after June 10)

More info:

Contact Joel Williams at

Paul Tripp Conference

Online registration is closed, please register at the door.

Suffering is a given because we live in a broken world. This conference will teach you how to seek God in the middle of pain while equipping you to be an agent of comfort to those in need. Are you prepared for when suffering enters your door?

Paul David Tripp is a pastor, author, and international conference speaker. He is the president of Paul Tripp Ministries and works to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life. This vision has led Paul to write 15 books on Christian living and travel around the world preaching and teaching. Paul's driving passion is to help people understand how the gospel of Jesus Christ speaks with practical hope into all the things people face in this broken world.

With a pastor's heart for pastors, Paul is also Professor of Pastoral Life and Care a Redeemer Seminary and the Executive Director of the Center for Pastoral Life and Care, under the auspices of the Association of Biblical Counselors. Paul lives in Philadelphia and is hopelessly in love with his wife, Luella. Paul and Luella have four grown children: Justin, Ethan, Nicole, and Darnay.

Oct 10 7PM-9:15 (Dinner served at 6PM)
Oct 11 9AM-12:15PM (Continental Breakfast served at 8:30AM)
Cost per person: $30 - includes food and materials

Friday Evening Schedule
6:00pm – Dinner
7:00pm - Start time (Worship)
7:15pm to 8:05pm - Session 1
8:05pm to 8:25pm – Break
8:25pm to 9:15pm Session 2
9:15pm – End

Saturday Schedule
8:30am - Continental Breakfast
9:00am - Start time
9:00am to 9:10am – Worship
9:10am to 10:00am – Session 3
10:00 am to 10:20am - Break
10:20am to 11:10am – Session 4
11:10am to 11:25am – Break
11:25am to 12:15pm – Session 5
12:15pm – End of Conference

VBS 2014: Workshop of Wonders!

Online registration is now closed.  Please register at the door at 5:00pm when dropping off your children.

1660 E. Roseville Parkway, Suite 100, Roseville, CA 95662

Sign up to volunteer      Download supply list     Download waiver

Are you ready to work, build and create? Come join us this year as we meet Jesus and visit the Workshop of Wonders!

This year, metrocalvary wants to help kids learn the truth about Jesus. We are going to see how wonderful Jesus is and how wonderful His love is for us. So, come along with us as we discover how much God loves us!


June 24-27 5:30 – 8:15 PM, June 28 9:00 – 11:45 AM
(No dinner will be served this year – please ensure children are fed beforehand)


4 years through entering 6th grade in fall 2013 (4 year olds must be potty trained)


The cost is $25 per child for the entire week. (Make checks payable to metrocalvary)

If you are interested in a CD of the songs, or a music video DVD of the program, please visit the Cokesbury websiteClick for music CD    Click for Music DVD


Early registration runs through June 9Click here to register online
(VBS shirts not guaranteed for those registering after June 9)

More info:

Contact Joel Williams at

Metro OPEN 2013 Fall Retreat


Friday, October 4th – Sunday, October 6th, 2013

Zephyr Point Conference Center, Lake Tahoe

Come join the Metro OPEN group for our Second Annual Fall Retreat in beautiful Lake Tahoe! The cost is $150 and includes two nights and three days lodging at Zephyr Point Conference Center, meals prepared by our own personal chef, and solid biblical teaching by Pastor John Hwang. What more could anyone ask for?

Pastor John Hwang has ministered as a missionary in Austria, Hungary, and England. He has also been an Assistant Pastor at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, Calvary Chapel San Diego, and Calvary Chapel Corvallis. After planting Calvary Chapel of Campo Mourão in Curitiba, Brazil, God moved him and his family to Southern California, where they currently serve at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa. John is also the Dean of Calvary Chapel Bible College in Costa Mesa.

VBS 2013: Adventures In Athens


Get ready for another great year of VBS as we look into Paul’s missionary journey through Athens.  The theme for this year’s VBS is “God Loves Us and Calls Us”.  We will need many volunteers to help teach and serve the children who will spend the week with us. If you re able to help please sign up at the resource table!  More detailed information on the times each day as well as cost will come soon.


June 25-28 5:30 – 8:15 PM 
June 29 9:00 – 11:45 AM

(Dinner will be served on Tues. – Fri. evening beginning at 4:45 PM)


4 years through entering 6th grade in fall 2013

(4 year olds must be potty trained)


The cost is $25 per child for the entire week.

CD’s ($6.99 plus S & H and tax) and DVD’s ($14.99 plus S & H and tax) will be available to purchase at the following website: Click on the Shop all Athens VBS Resources


Early registration runs through June 10.  If you register your child after June 10th, they will not receive a VBS shirt. Use the order form below to select the number of tickets you need.

Need More Info?

If you have any further questions, you may email Joel Williams at

Family Camp


Get ready for another great year at Family Camp!  This year Family Camp will be held at Twin Peaks Resort from August 4-9th. Registration information is available at the resource table at Metro, and will soon be online here as well.


Twin Peaks Conference Center

26409 California 189
Twin Peaks, CA 92391
Phone: (909) 337-6116


Adults (13+ and up) = $325 per person.  
Children (6-12) = $275 per person. 
Young Children (3-5 ) = $225 per person.  
Toddlers (2-under) = $50 per person
10 months and under = $0

Breaking Through Promo Calendar


If you would like to join us in handing out flyers and rave cards for the Breaking Through Conference please see the calendar and contact information below.

April 10 - Casa Robles High school 2:00-3:00

  • Contact Pam Brekke  916.289.3564

April 10 - Sex Trafficking Seminar 7:00-9:00pm

  • Contact Beth Meurer 916.212.7866

April 12 - Buljan Middle School

  • Contact Meghan Clark 913.553.0849

April 13 - City Ministry Sacramento

  • Contact Rebecca Fore 916.517-7796

April 15 - Sierra College 11:00-1:00

  • Contact Karla Swanson 916.969.8437

April 16 - Rocklin High School 2:30-3:30

  • Contact Holly Vassallo 916.768.5324

April 17 - Sunrise/Conroy apartment complexes 5:15-6:30

  • Contact Brooke Thompson

April 17 - Parkside Church 11:15-12:30

  • Contact Maryanne Willer 530.906-8936

April 18 - Sierra College 12:30-1:30

  • Contact Karla Swanson 916.969.8437

April 19 - Del Oro High School 2:30-3:30

  • Contact Halie Schafer 916.949.9020

April 20 - 21 and under clubs in Sacramento

  • Contact Pam Brekke 916.289.3564

April 23 - Sierra College 9:30-11:00

  • Contact Ashley Cimino 916.261.1862

April 23 - Granite Bay High School 2:15-3:15

  • Contact Amanda Marenger 916.223.4893

Move to One Service at 10:00am


Beginning on April 7, the 9:00am and 11:15am service on Sunday mornings will move to one service time at 10:00am.  On Sunday April 7th, we are also blessed to have Paul Tripp stay one extra day with us as a guest speaker, following his Walk With God Conference. Make sure to change the service time on your calendar, and get ready to worship together with the entire body of Metro at our new service time!

Breaking Through Conference


April 27: 9:00am-3:00pm (Doors open 8:30am)

Ladies register today for the Breaking Through conference on April 27th! Come hear powerful testimonies from 6 women on the extreme issues facing today and special music from Holly Starr.  All ages are welcome. We will be having a number of gourmet food trucks coming for lunch, so be sure to bring extra money!

Six Breaking Through Speakers & Music by Holly Starr

Hannah Parks = Fatal

Living a life of complete chaos, I found myself in a multitude of unfathomable situations. Alcoholism and sexual promiscuity, with the same sex, only scratch the surface of what was once my reality.  From the darkness of strip clubs to the commotion of gang affiliation, I was no stranger to strife.  Yet, rather than death or imprisonment, I’m given breath to share with you an outcome that breaks the bounds of statistics.

Kelsey Stephen = There Must Be Blood

A young vibrant twelve year girl is who everyone saw, but I was just the opposite on the inside. I had a weight and a sadness I carried around with me every day and I had no idea why. I wanted so badly to fix the dull emptiness I felt but did not know how. I no longer wanted to feel alone or forgotten, but my voice was not strong enough to cry out.  One time, that is all it took for my life to spin out of control.  Before I could think twice, blood spilled from my body, to the carpet floor below me.  The drawing of my own blood began to bring feeling back to my body and reminded me that I was still here.  Little did I know that, THERE MUST BE BLOOD, just not my own!

Kristen Anderson = Suicide

“Everyone else seemed to be able to handle their burdens, the struggles of life, better than I could.  All I wanted was to be happy.  To have the perfect life I always thought I had when I was a kid.  But my arms grew tired of trying to holding my fantasy world together.  My gaze turned to 2 railroad tracks on the edge of the park.  The first set of tracks was empty, the second set had a cluster of six cars.  I knew the cops wouldn’t be able to see me there.  If I ever wanted my life to end, this would be the chance.”  Hear Kristen’s powerful testimony of how the events of her life changed her and her family forever.  Someone was watching her … ever so closely!

Lisa Musil = No Turning Back

“Once I realized what I had done, there was no turning back.  I was broken.  I could never go back to undo what I had done.  Nothing would bring them back.  I lived my life one continual pursuit after another.  Trying to numb the pain.  A taste of Hollywood, then diving into alcohol, drugs and a promiscuous life.  Just trying … trying to forget.  Then my pursuit led me to One who knew about it all.”

Kelly Vegas – Starved

We live in a world today obsessed with being thin.  Everywhere you look you are bombarded with ads on weight loss and super models glorifying their waif like bodies.  Growing up as a teen in Southern California my emotions were too painful to endure as my life was spinning out of control.  The only thing I could control was my food and my weight.  I started to starve to numb my feelings and I became obsessed with being thin.  Anorexia brought me comfort in my pain.  It provided a sense of security in my chaotic family.  It numbed all my feelings and gave me a false sense of control.  Anorexia made me feel like I was invincible.  It became my everything.

I found myself in the grips of its deadly control.  I starved myself down to deadly weight and at 16 I found myself in the hospital after suffering a heart attack.  Yet that wasn’t enough to stop me from starving.  Suddenly I found myself in a battle of choosing to live or to die.

Michele Garvin – One Day One Choice

Hear about one seemingly, harmless choice Michele made and in one day her life was changed forever.  One day, one choice … a life devastated bringing darkness despair & death.  Another day another choice … brought forgiveness healing and abundant life.  Watch and hear Michele’s testimony!  God, through her, is amazing!

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Metro Annual Report 2012

God did so many amazing things in and through Metro in 2012. We hope this “Year In Review” will bless you as you reflect on the faithfulness of God and rejoice in the many ways we have seen the name of Jesus made great through God’s mission at Metro. Reflecting on 2012, we’re reminded that “Gospel work is God work!” All of this was only possible by God’s grace — and much of that grace was expressed in the form of your generosity. To all of you who supported God’s work here at Metro, thank you. None of this could have happened without your generosity and worship through giving and serving. Thank you, thank you, thank you. We can’t say it enough.

- Pastor Richard Cimino

Click below to download a PDF of Metro's 2012 Annual Report.

From Roseville With Love - Pray for the team!


Pastor John Nelson and a team of 20 from Metro are in New Jersey serving Jesus by serving the victims of Super Storm Sandy. Please pray that each of the team members will be vessels of the grace and compassion of Jesus as they help rebuild what was destroyed, and that they will be directed and empowered by the Holy Spirit to bring the hope of the Gospel.

You can join them by praying for:

  • Nearness to Jesus and freshness in the Word. 
  • Sweetness of fellowship and Unity of the Spirit in the team. 
  • Physical health and strength.
  • Emotional strength as they are away from home and loved ones and as they come face to face with broken lives. 

The team members serving in New Jersey are:

  1. Alina Sanson
  2. Andrew Ottinger
  3. Barbra Jones
  4. Dan  McIntire
  5. Jr David Auble
  6. Donn Neher
  7. Erik Werner
  8. Halie Schaefer
  9. JoAnn Auble
  10. John  Nelson
  11. Jonathan Sanson
  12. Joshua  Brown
  13. Kayla Werner
  14. Lynn Boudreau
  15. Maurice Munoz
  16. Michael Boudreau
  17. Mijo Munoz
  18. Paul Boudreau
  19. Randy Krigbaum
  20. Steve Neher
  21. Tim Schaefer
  22. Ty  Medina