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RichNewThanks for checking out Calvary Chapel of Fullerton!  We are a church that believes the answers to life are in the Bible.  Together we study the Scriptures and seek to find how it applies to our lives.  I post all my study notes online each week and you can listen to the audio or watch the video of the messages.

We enjoy worshipping God through contemporary music.

We have a healthy, safe, Children’s Ministry where your kids will be cared for and taught about Jesus.

We sincerely hope you’ll consider seeing for yourself what God is doing here at Calvary Chapel of Fullerton.

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Upcoming Events

Angels’ Baseball Game – Saturday 7/16/16

Join us for a baseball game at Angels Stadium on Saturday, July 16 @ 6pm. The game will be between the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Chicago White Sox. We will sell tickets on Sundays between June 5-26 (NOTE: You must pay at the time you reserve your tickets).  We will hand out the tickets on Sunday, […]

Church Potluck & Baptism – Sunday 9/18/16

Everyone is invited to join us after 2nd Service on Sunday, September 18, on the lawn.  We will begin with the all-church potluck at 12:30pm.  We will start the baptisms at 2pm.  More info to come later about what to bring for the potluck.

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  • Just Names
    Also in Jerusalem dwelt some of the children of Judah and of the children of Benjamin. The children of Judah: Athaiah the son of Uzziah, the son of Zechariah, the son of Amariah, the son of Shephatiah, the son of Mahalalel, of the children of Perez; and Maaseiah the son of Baruch, the son of […]
  • Not Alone
    The idea that God no longer favors the nation of Israel has been around a long time.  In the apostle Paul’s day, people had conjectured that God had rejected His people, the Jews.  To this, Paul responded with a resounding, “By no means!”  Paul then went on to pull from a story concerning the prophet […]
  • A World of Hurt
    When I read about the condition of the nation of Judah that Hezekiah inherited from his father Ahaz, I can’t help but think of the parallel with our own United States of America.  The nation of Judah had fallen into a world of hurt, and there was a reason for the trouble. Hezekiah recognized the […]

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