You may wonder why a church called Calvary Chapel has a tree for a logo; or why our website isn’t ‘calvarychapelofdanville.com’.
Our church verse is Psalm 1:3. It talks about a person who delights in God’s Word, studies it and lives it out. That person is like a tree firmly planted by streams of living water. That’s a picture of the life we want to live and the logo mark we use reflects the picture Scripture paints.
It’s also why we use expository teaching: which means we study one book of the Bible at a time on Sunday morning, going through verse by verse to keep every verse in proper context.
Our logo also has our mantra surrounding it: “Everyone serving. Everyone fed.” We believe a healthy church is people with passions - not people in programs. We are intentional about building and maintaining a culture of service in our church body. God rarely calls the qualified; He qualifies those who are called.
God has placed a hunger in our lives for more of Him and we desire to advance the Kingdom of God wherever we are in whatever we are doing.
We believe we have a timely and practical message for both the lost and the found: a call of hope and salvation for the lost. A call to return to their first love for the saved. A message of preparation, maturity and walking in the Spirit for the Church.
Calvary is an inter-denominational, Bible-based fellowship. We base our existence on the authority of God’s Word (the Bible) and on our personal relationship with Jesus Christ through His gift of salvation.