Steadfast – Young Adults /Young Families
Friday at 6:30 pm • 18yrs – 30’s
Teacher/Host: Shawn Bachor
In the Potter’s House at CCBF – Temecula
Studying the Word, worship, food, and fellowship.
The Bereavement Ministry is for those who are grieving the death of a loved one. There is encouragement through worship, the study of God’s Word and turning hearts towards heaven.
Schedule: Currently On Hold
The Children’s Ministry seeks to provide a safe and secure, age-appropriate environment where our young ones can grow in Christ.
And Christ took a little child and put him in the midst of them; taking him in His arms, He said to them, “Whoever receives one of these little children in My name receives Me; and whoever receives Me, receives not only Me but Him who sent Me.” – Mark 9:36-37
This ministry is open to men, women, and teens who desire to serve the Lord through cleaning and maintenance of the church campus.
The Cleaning Ministry is considered to be a very important area of service. When we consider that the purpose of any ministry is to bring glory and honor to God, it is our heart’s desire give Him our best. We want this facility to be a blessing to God and to all who worship and learn here.
Serving in this ministry also provides an opportunity to fellowship with others as well as with the Lord while providing a tangible service.
When visitors and regular attendees come to this church and see a clean and tidy facility, they are aware that we pay attention to details. The Cleaning Ministry ensures that our church is clean, organized and a welcoming location to hear the teaching of God’s Word.
For those who are interested in learning: In-depth teachings on a variety of Biblical topics by various teachers.
CURRENTLY ON HOLD
The Discipleship Classes are meant to:
For more information contact the church at 951-699-9207.
For those who are interested in serving.
Explain the basic beliefs of Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship before we step out to serve in a ministry at the church. “Can two walk together, unless they are agreed?” Amos 3:3.
Expose us to the many ministries and opportunities in the church where we can step out and get involved.
Encourage us to be a part of the ministries by sharing the heart behind the various ministries in the church.
The evangelism ministry teaches believers how to share their faith biblically.
and provides opportunities to do so through evangelism booths, handing out tracks, one on one evangelism (family, friends, coworkers, or people on the street), or open air preaching.
Our desire is to inspire and equipped all believers to fulfill the “Great Commission.” Romans 10:13-15 “For ‘whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved. ‘How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach unless they are sent? As it is written: ‘How beautiful are the feet of those who preach [Harold] the gospel of peace, who bring glad tidings of good things!'”
Witnessing events/opportunities will be posted as they occur.
This ministry allows mature saints a time to come together for fellowship, worship, the study of Scripture, and prayer. We also organize outings, visitations, outreaches, opportunities for service, and discipleship.
God has provided a very diverse group of saints here at the Fellowship ranging from the very young to the most elder. The 50’s Plus Ministry is dedicated to encouraging our mature saints to seek God in Spirit and truth; to participate in the local body as the Spirit gives direction; and to be an example of mature, godly, men or women to the younger members of our body.
The Helps Ministry seeks to show God’s love by meeting the basic physical needs of the people.
This could mean help with food, finances, chaplaincy, rides, home/hospital/prison visitations, sending cards, communion, home and auto repairs, cleaning, landscape, prayer, etc.
The focus of all home fellowship weekly meetings is prayer, worship, and in-depth study of the Word. Home fellowships are a great way for believers to build strong relationships with other believers in a more intimate setting.
Home Fellowships function under the principles found in Acts 2:42, which means there is time for study of the Word of God, worship, prayer, breaking of bread, and fellowship. They are one of many ministries at CCBF that encourage believers to put the Biblical truths they have been taught into action (2 Timothy 3:16). Home Fellowships teach accountability in Biblical matters and help individuals grow in a deeper relationship with the Lord. As this happens, lives are changed and families learn how to incorporate Biblical principles into their homes.
Mondays at 6:30 pm
Teacher / Host: Rick and Darlene McGee
22445 Poplar Court, Murrieta
951 698-4134 Home
Teaching in the Book of Daniel
No Childcare Provided
“And let us consider one another in order to stir up love and good works, not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as is the manner of some, but exhorting one another, and so much the more as you see the Day approaching.”
This is a Christ-based ministry for adult males to minister to inmates at the Southwest Riverside County Detention Center on Auld Road in Murrieta.
By God’s grace, we fellowship and teach the Word of God. We are as blessed as the inmates, as we get to see God’s magnificent Hand at work in the lives of these men.
This ministry is about helping to make disciples out of the inmates.
Currently On Hold
The Junior High Ministry seeks to provide an environment where the youth can grow in the Word, grow in their gifts, and grow in community. They meet every Sunday morning at 9:30am and 11:30am, and on Wednesdays at 7pm. All youth from 6th – 8th grade are welcome!
Email Josh Garcia or contact the church office (951) 699-9207.
The Men’s Ministry not only provides a time when men can come together to be encouraged and built up through the Word, but also great opportunities to serve His people.
The Music Ministry exists to help the church express honor and devotion to the Lord in song.
It is an active recognition of the majesty of God and His presence among His people. “Give unto the LORD the glory due to His Name; worship the LORD in the beauty of holiness,” (Psalm 29:2).
Those who participate in the Prayer Ministry come together to pray for the needs of the body.
Sunday Mornings at 7:15 am in the Conference Room
Sunday Nights at 5:30 pm in Room 139
Wednesday Nights at 6:00 pm in Room 139
The Salt and Light Ministry keeps the Church body informed on political issues of spiritual significance that confront our nation today, and offers suggestions on ways to get involved.
The mission of Salt & Light is to educate and equip the Body of Christ to preserve and protect (as salt does) the Christian influence in American culture through informed, Biblically-based citizenship. (Matthew 5:13-16)
To preserve (as salt does) and to protect the Christian Influence in America culture, through informed citizenship. Jesus said, “You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt loses its flavor, how shall it be seasoned? It is then good for nothing but to be thrown out and trampled underfoot by men. “You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden.” The Salt and Light ministry of Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship exists to equip, inform, and exhort the body of Christ to be a light to both culture and government. We exhort the believer to scrutinize the media, the political leaders, and this world through the lens of scripture (John 7:24) and to uphold the standard of biblical faith upon which our nation was founded.
Salt & Light strives to accomplish its mission through concerted action with the leading of the Holy Spirit to (a) pray for our leaders, elected officials, churches and nation; (b) educate the body on legislation and policy initiatives affecting the core Biblical “non-negotiables; (c) motivate the body to take action in the electoral process as responsible Christian citizens; (d) elect public officials and legislation with values reflecting a Biblical world view; and (e) restore our nation to one of Godliness for blessing to, and healing of, our land so that the gospel may be freely proclaimed.
This approach may readily be summarized through the mnemonic
Importantly, Salt & Light is “apolitical” and non-partisan; rather, it concerns itself and takes action on only those issues affecting the five core Biblical “non-negotiables,” and namely:
* Sanctity of Life
* Traditional Marriage
* Family Values
* Religious Freedom
* Support for Israel
The High School Ministry seeks to provide an age-appropriate environment where our high school students can grow in Christ.
Sunday 9:30am & 11:30am: Youth Group Meeting. New Testament Teaching. Worship & Prayer.
Wednesday 7:00pm: Youth Group Meeting. Old Testament Teaching. Worship & Prayer.
“Or do you not know that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit [who is] in you, whom you have from God, and you are not your own? . For you were bought at a price; therefore glorify God in your body and in your spirit, which are God’s.” 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 The vision of the CCBF High School Ministry is “to know Him and to make Him known.” The cornerstone of the ministry is the teaching of Scripture, and one of the main objectives of the ministry is to instill a passion for God’s Word in the youth. We seek to create a comfortable, loving environment where young people can come to learn who they are in Christ through Bible study, worship, prayer, and godly, Christ-centered fellowship.
For More Information contact Anthony Albizu or the church office (951) 699-9207.
The Usher’s Ministry includes parking lot attendants, greeters and ushers at Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship.
They are dedicated to making all who arrive on the campus feel welcome. They are available at every Sunday service to help people find a parking spot, seats, answer questions, remove distractions and pass out or collect materials.
Usher & Parking Lot Ministry – MP3
For more information contact the church at 951-699-9207.