Calvary Chapel of Blythe exists to equip God’s people for works of service through teaching, fellowship, breaking of bread, prayer and praising God.
(Ephesians 4:12-13, Acts 2:42, 47)
TEACHING in both our large and small group gatherings is characterized by God’s Word expressed in clear, everyday language, stressing practical application.
FELLOWSHIP is a partnership in the Holy Spirit is a result of people committing themselves to real love, understanding, and acceptance of each other. It is a natural sharing in both the ministry of the church and in the lives of one another.
BREAKING OF BREAD is remembering the death and promises of the Lord Jesus as we share Communion, or eat together in each other’s homes, or even over “cups of coffee” in a restaurant.
PRAYER is talking with, and listening to God and expressing our dependence on Him. We encourage the sick to ask the Church leaders to anoint with oil and pray for them. We teach Christians to pray regularly with each other and in private, personal time with God.
PRAISING GOD is ascribing and expressing worth to the Father for who He is and for His graciousness to us; to Jesus for his sacrifice for us; and to the Holy Spirit for His work in us. This takes various forms including singing, verbal expression, applause, lifting hands, kneeling, and offering our lives for service.