You are the object of God’s affection. Like a parent views a child, so He sees you. He intentionally and beautifully attends to every moment of your life from your first to the last. He loves you enough to give up the most precious part of His heart and He always wants to share a genuine relationship with you.
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. 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.
God is the creator and sustainer of life. He is wholly perfect. He is incapable of wickedness. He is wholly good. He does more than see you - He desires to connect your heart to His. He is loving, compassionate and patient. He is sorrowful over our sadness and He delights in our joy. He lives, feels, and knows you better than anyone else in the whole world.
Dive into what we believe and explore what the Bible says about our beliefs.
Loving God. Loving People.
We're blessed to have dedicated, Kingdom-thinking pastors at Calvary. Get to know them a little better, learn about their focus, their backgrounds and their families.
PASTOR ROGER STROUP
Our pastor has been ministering at Calvary for over thirty years. He began as the youth pastor in 1987 and two years later took over senior pastor responsibilities. He loves his church family with sincerity and delights in seeking to follow Jesus.
He and his wife Lori enjoy hiking at state parks and spending time with their children and grandchild.
PASTOR BRIAN RICHARDSON
Our youth pastor has a true joy in seeing young lives fanned into flame for Jesus and maturing to be like Him. He helps make the love of Jesus real to the youngest among us with enthusiasm and joy.
He and his wife Karin love to travel and spend time with their family.
COME AS YOU ARE!
Our desire is to see all who are called to Calvary Chapel begin to embrace their destiny of being conformed to the image of Jesus (Romans 8:28). It is also our desire to see you embrace your destiny of walking in your gifting to accomplish the same end. Embracing these destinies will bring forth the expansion of God's Kingdom.