Sunday Morning, Midweek, and Home Community Groups meet regularly. We are so excited to offer you this opportunity to grow your faith, build relationships, and be encouraged! Please join us!
Our Sunday Morning Community Groups are offered at 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. at the church and are open to everyone. Please click the tabs below for a detailed description or contact the church office for more information.
Sundays, 9:00 a.m., Calvary Chapel - resumes Jan. 8
The group will look at Jesus’ interaction with ordinary people as we study the ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Coming out of obscurity, this unique God-man preached, performed miracles, and encountered both great popularity and deadly opposition. The book’s distinctly non-Jewish flavor suggests it may have been written to Gentile believers in Rome. Mark portrayed Jesus as the Savior of the entire world—Gentiles as well as Jews.
Led by Joey Graber
Our Midweek Community Groups are held at Calvary and all are welcome to attend. Please click the tabs below for a detailed description or contact the church office for more information.
JOY IN THE MORNING - WOMEN'S GROUP
"The World of the End" by Dr. David Jeremiah
Wednesdays, 9:30 a.m., Calvary Chapel - beginning Jan. 11
We may not be at the end of the world, but we are at the world of the end — a time when Bible prophecy is intersecting with our culture, technology, unhinged morality, and worldwide strife as never before. In his brand-new book, David Jeremiah unpacks Matthew 24:1-14 to help bring the voice of Jesus to the forefront of the political, spiritual, and global conversations centered on the condition of the world and the biblical connection to the events unfolding all around us. Join us to discover how the prophecies of Jesus can shape the way we live today and challenge us to prioritize our lives in light of His return!
Led by Stacey Nickels
Our Home Community Groups are smaller groups with a limited number of participants.
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for specific dates, times, and registration information.
"One at a Time" by Kyle Idleman
Thursdays, 6:30 p.m. - beginning Jan. 12
Nobody grows up dreaming of waking up, going to work, heading home, watching Netflix, scrolling through social media, and then doing it all over again the next day until their last breath. We all want to be used to change the world. We don’t want to spend our lives being time-wasters, or space-takers, or binge-watchers, or game-players, or even book-readers. We want to be difference-makers. But it’s easy to get caught up in the everyday stuff of life until the years slowly go by, and with each passing year, the question seems to get louder: Am I making any difference in this world? We want to make a difference, but there are so many opinions on the way to do that. Maybe there’s a different way to make a difference, and we’re just missing it. Without a doubt, Jesus is the person who has made the biggest difference in all of history. So, how did Jesus make such a difference in this world? If we study the story of his life as recorded in the Gospels, there are a number of answers we could highlight, but there’s one particular phrase that captures how Jesus had such an impact, and this phrase is how he wants to use us to make a difference: one at a time. Making a difference isn’t measured by a viral post or a name on a building. It isn’t determined by a following or a fan base. Making a difference isn’t dependent on what’s in your bank account or who’s in your contacts. Want to make a difference? Focus on the one. That’s it. That’s the secret of the way of Jesus. One at a time.
Led by Ryan & Cady Van Surksum