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God has called us to love our neighbors and be a blessing to those in need by partnering with Him to share good deeds of justice and compassion, and share the good news of hope and life found in Jesus. Who is He calling you to reach?

"Let your light shine before men in such a way that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven."
Matthew 5:16

UPCOMING EVENTS

GIVE

Be part of reaching neighbors and nations with the good news of Jesus by contributing to Calvary's Reach Missions Fund. Nearly $1 Million is generously given each year by our church family—over 25% of our total Church Budget⁠—to support our 89 Calvary Missionaries and our strategic Partnership Projects that transform lives around the world. 

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 HOSPITAL OUTREACH

The Apostle Paul writes in Romans 15:3, "Let each of us please his neighbor for his good, to build him up."

One of our neighbors here at Calvary Church is OC Global Medical Center, the hospital right across the street from our Church property on Tustin Ave. In 2022, we formed a new partnership with OC Global to provide Volunteer Chaplains for the hospital. We have 24 trained volunteers rotating through the hospital each day. Interested in being trained to be a Volunteer Hospital Chaplain? Contact Kate in our Reach Office at .

We also host a "Wednesday Inspiration" prayer time for staff at OC Global every Wednesday from 10:30 to 10:45 am. Interested in volunteering for this opportunity? Contact Pastor Matt Doan at .

HERITAGE BUILDING PARTNERSHIPS

Calvary is able to partner with several community non-profits in our Heritage Medical Building including:


Oak Valley College is transforming lives through applied education within a Christian community with no student loans.
  

Oak Valley College will begin hosting classes on the Calvary Church campus in the fall of 2024.

At Oak Valley, Christian principles and teaching are found throughout the curriculum, in every course, and facilitated by every professor. The goal is for students to apply a Christian worldview to solve complex problems, approach ethical dilemmas, balance priorities, and make important decisions.

By partnering with Calvary Church, Oak Valley is able to reduce the cost students pay to attend while also maximizing its ability to serve and support students. Working with a church partner also enables the College to provide additional support services such as ministry and church engagement opportunities. Calvary Church extends Oak Valley’s reach into the local community as a trusted ministry partner and supporter of community events and activities.

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"Do not take advantage of foreigners who live among you in your land... love them as you love yourself."
- Leviticus 19:33-34

Immigrant Hope Santa Ana offers hope to those seeking legal pathways to take the next steps in their journey. Their office is located on the southeast corner of Calvary's campus, at the corner of Tustin and Fruit. 

The vision for a ministry to serve immigrants began as part of His Refuge - an organization founded by members of Calvry intent on aiding displaced peoples around the world. Located in the heart of Orange County, Calvary sees this ministry as a significant need of our community and a strategic local partnership to extend compassion with a gospel purpose.

HisRefuge.org

The mission of Immigrant Hope is to equip churches to provide immigrants with the HOPE of the gospel, HELP finding a pathway to legal residency, and a HOME in a church that cares for their needs.

The goal is to see churches be known in their communities as places of welcome and safety; to see Christians sacrificially love neighbors and enemies alike, for the sake of the grace they have received; and to see Strangers embraced and cared-for as family, given wise and law-abiding counsel and introduced to Jesus Christ and his salvation.

ImmigrantHope.org

Refugee Prayer Meeting

Come take part in a monthly evening of prayer, education, and fellowship for immigrants, asylum seekers, and refugees around the world. We meet most months on the final Monday at 7:00pm in the Worship Center Lobby. Get the latest updates following the links below or contact Tom and Gayle Shook at  

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