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Welcome to Calvary Memorial Church

Thank you for checking out our Web Site. Whether you have just moved into the area, are contemplating a move to our area, or just seeking, Calvary Memorial Church is a place you can call home.

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The Sunday Worship experience is a beautiful balance of excitement and warmth. You will feel relaxed and the music, as well as the message, will bless and encourage you.

For your Worship experience, our morning Worship Service is at 10:30 and our Evening Service at 6:00. Sunday School is at 9:15 AM.

What makes Calvary Memorial Church unique? We are committed to presenting Biblical truths in a relevant and practical way. Our heart’s desire is to introduce you to Jesus Christ, and to help you to grow in your Christian life.

Also, our Church is well known for its variety of excellent Christian music. Our Fifty-voice Sanctuary Choir and Pageant, present at Christmas and Easter, a meaningful portrayal of the birth, life, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Come Join Us on Sunday. . .you will be glad you did!

Pastor Schillack

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT DINNERS

NO WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEALS
for the Summer!

Meals will resume on September 16, 2015
Have a Safe and Blessed Summer

All of our regulary scheduled programs
will continue throughout the Summer!

 

Wednesday Evening July 8, 2015 at 7PM

We want to welcome to our church Daniel Massieh for a very informative evening;

Daniel Massieh is a former Muslim who experienced a dramatic conversion to Christianity while in his mother country of Egypt. After his conversion, he became zealous to share the gospel with his beloved Muslim countrymen. He was thrown into Egypt’s most notorious prison where he spent eight months, two of which were in solitary confinement. During his interrogation and confinement he had the opportunity to share his testimony with many prisoners as well as some of Egypt’s highest officials. After immigrating to the United States, he became a pastor and formed the first Arabic church in San Diego. He is an author, speaker, and seasoned Muslim missionary.
 
Daniel Massiah (www.openthegates.org)