The Gardens at Calvary is an Assisted Living and Memory Care Community that is a ministry of Calvary Baptist Church. The Gardens at Calvary is located in the heart of the beautiful Chattahoochee Valley and is reflective of the well-known hospitality of the South. We are a quick 90 miles southwest of Atlanta and very proud neighbors of the United States Army Infantry, Fort Benning. In the Northside part of Columbus, we are close to shopping, museums and performing arts. Rich in history, familiar faces are never far away.
Our home here at The Gardens at Calvary is designed with community at the forefront. With wonderful, warm and spacious common areas, our seniors are able to sip coffee and share memories of yesteryear. Although many services and amenities are offered, it is our relaxed home atmosphere that is recognized shortly after you walk through the front door. The Gardens at Calvary staff are committed to helping our seniors continue in their independence all while making them feel safe and comfortable.
CALVARY MINISTRIES’ MOTTO:
Calvary is a devoted family who loves God and loves our neighbor.
We exist to provide a home of loving and compassionate care for seniors who need more than day-to-day assistance while maintaining their dignity in a Christ-like environment.
OUR CORE VALUES:
We are all Ministers
- Having great faith in God
- Loving our seniors
- Acting with humility
Matthew 23:11-12 “But the greatest among you shall be your servant. Whoever exalts himself shall be humbled; and whoever humbles himself shall be exalted.”
We are more than a Home
- Providing mercy and compassion
- Offering motivated and diligent service
- Giving heart, ear, and shoulder
Colossians 3:23 “Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance.”
We are Partners sharing a Journey
- Devoted to our relationships
- Growing together in love and understanding
- Pursuing happiness and joy
Romans 12:10,15 “Be devoted to one another in brotherly love; give preference to one another in honor; . . . rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep.”