Our goal at Calvary Hill is to help you grow in your relationship with Christ.
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Our Mission is to grow together in Christ-like living, share God’s love with the community and the world, and welcome all to join in the journey.
God-centered worship that is engaging, hopeful, uplifting, relevant, and challenging.
Nurture an atmosphere of welcoming Christian community in which all are encouraged to participate and grow spiritually.
Share God’s unconditional love with the community and the world in the name of Jesus Christ.
Engage in congregational decisions affecting the life of the church.
Understanding that we are Christ’s presence in the world, it is Calvary Hill’s vision to become a congregation that is continually impacting the community by helping God’s kingdom grow in and through us. We are recognizing each individual’s responsibility to grow in Christ, follow wherever God might lead, intentionally build relationships, and seek and create opportunities to humbly and selflessly serve.
Meet our Senior Pastor, Daniel Houck.
Danny has served as senior pastor of Calvary Hill since 2018. His goal is to lead people to grow in knowledge and love of Jesus Christ. Having grown up in McLean, he is happy to be back in the Northern Virginia area with his wife, Katie.
Before coming to Calvary Hill, he completed his MDiv at Princeton Theological Seminary, a PhD in theology at Southern Methodist University, and worked as a research fellow at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He teaches theology at the John Leland Center for Theological Studies and is an author and speaker on the topic of Christianity and science.
Meet our Associate Pastor, Ruth Muhlbauer
Ruth Muhlbauer began serving as Associate Minister at Calvary Hill Baptist Church on January 1, 2012. A native of Washington, D. C., she graduated from the George Washington University with a BA in Education in 1969, and earned a Masters Degree in Spanish in 1972. In 2011 she earned a Master of Theological Studies Degree from the John Leland Center for Theological Studies.
Though she was a stay-at-home mother while her children were young, through the years she has worked for the U.S. Government, taught Spanish, taught preschool, and co-directed Calvary Hill’s preschool. She has also served in many lay leadership roles in Baptist churches.
She and her husband Al have two grown children, a son-in-law, and a grandson.