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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  • The Cards April 21, 2017
    Paul’s enemies had stirred up the crowds in the Temple and would have put Paul to death when the Roman soldiers stepped in. The Romans were about to scourge Paul when Paul pulled out his Roman citizenship “card”.  Roman citizens were not allowed to be tortured.  The Roman commander wondered how Paul was a Roman […]
  • Simple Truth April 14, 2017
    Sometimes the simplest explanation is the best explanation. Sometimes bad teaching is nothing more than taking simple truths and making them complicated. When the early church began to see pagan Gentiles converted, false teachers swooped in to make things complicated. The false teachers said that salvation took more than believing in Jesus. They said you […]
  • Open for Business April 7, 2017
    Philip was called “the evangelist” because God used him to lead many people to faith in Jesus.  Though you might be tempted to say that this was because he had the gift of evangelism, I think it was because he was simply open to being used by God. When the first wave of persecution hit […]
  • It’s Plain March 31, 2017
    And you shall write very plainly on the stones all the words of this law.” (Deuteronomy 27:8) In modern Nablus, known in ancient times as Shechem, there was a spot between two mountains where God wanted to make a statement.  After the Israelites would conquer the land, they were to set up an altar on […]
  • Full Joy March 24, 2017
    “These things I have spoken to you, that My joy may remain in you, and that your joy may be full. (John 15:11) Life can certainly get overwhelming. Jesus certainly understands all of that. He was in fact the “man of sorrows and acquainted with grief” (Is. 53:3). However, I’d like to gently remind some […]