We know that sometimes it can be hard to build relationships during our busy Sunday mornings here at the church. There are many opportunities throughout the week where you can get plugged into smaller gatherings, volunteer your time, make friends and enjoy many different areas of fellowship. We believe it is important for everyone in the church to be involved in some type of smaller ministry where you can encourage others, find encouragement yourself and use the gifts that God has given you. If you are looking to help out or serve at the church, this is also a great way to see some of the areas where you can practically get involved in helping others.
The Hospitality Ministry attends to the nourishment needs of families within our church, especially when suffering with an illness, hospitalization or financial need. Fresh and/or frozen meals are prepared for families that find themselves in circumstances that limit or even eliminate their ability to provide for their daily food.
This fellowship is comprised of Christian men and women from all areas of the law enforcement community. Through the discipleship process, LEF members teach others how to integrate Christ and Christian principles into their work, daily life and relationships.
Weekly prayer meetings that focus on the various ministries within the church. Our desire is through prayer to praise, glorify, and honor our God as we seek His will in our lives individually, and corporately as the body of Christ.
Bringing a message of love, hope and encouragement to those who are incarcerated and to their families. The prison ministry seeks to bring the Light of Christ and the good news of salvation to those who have found themselves in lonely and seemingly hopeless situations.
A fellowship of moms that are raising children on their own or in a divorced home situation. Our group includes moms with infants, school-aged kids, teens, and grown children from various backgrounds & circumstances. Some have never been married, some separated, some divorced, some foster-parents, some non-custodial moms, some widowed.
As a group of people who have experienced rebirth through knowing Jesus Christ, we gather to worship Him and know Him better through studying His written word, prayer, singing praise, and enjoying Christian community.
For students in grades 6 though 8. We meet every Sunday morning and Wednesday night for Bible study, have small groups to make solid Christian friendships, and a variety of other events throughout the year. For more information, checkout crosswalk.ccphilly.org.
CCPhilly’s fellowship of students in grades 9 through 12, regardless of where they attend school. Our focus is to be built up as a group and as individual young men and women in the ways and will of the Lord. We meet every Wednesday evening during the adult service for fellowship, worship, and in-depth studies of the Scriptures. We also have discipleship groups and a variety of other events throughout the year. To find out more, go to catalyst.ccphilly.org.
CCA is a fully accredited, Pre-K through 12th grade that was borne out of CCPhilly. They continue to share in the ministry of CCPhilly by offering Christian education from a Biblical worldview, while partnering with parents who have the God-given responsibility to educate their children. For more information regarding the school, visit cca.ccphilly.org.
Small groups promote a discussion of the Scriptures with a focus on the application of the Word of God in our lives. Although each fellowship may have its own distinct personality, a typical meeting includes Bible study, fellowship, and prayer.
We’ve put together a list of Calvary Chapel fellowships in our local area with services times and contact information. We invite you to contact any of the local Pastors to inquire further about their fellowships.