2018 Valentine’s Dinner


We were so blessed to have Pastor Don McClure and his lovely wife Jean join us at our 2018 Valentine’s Dinner. Lots of couples showed up for a great time in the Word, fellowship, and of course food and fun. Pastor Don gave a great message on love, and some of the things that get in the way of us loving our spouses the way that we should. We were laughing, crying, and big time blessed with this Bible Study. Click on the link below to hear the study. For more information on the ministry of the McClures, you can check out their website at www.calvaryway.com

Click HERE to listen to this awesome study!

“Prove Yourself a Man” Men’s fellowship

What an amazing start we had to our “Prove Yourself a Man” Men’s fellowship, based on King David’s last words to his son Solomon. (1 Kings 2:2-4) We spent some time in worship, we heard a panel study on the importance of God’s Word in our lives, and then got into small groups for discussion.  We ended the night with some good food and fellowship.

All that to say, come and join us on Wednesday nights, at 7PM as we get together with the the men of the church, fellowship and break bread together.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at mail@calvarychapelelmonte.com or call us at (626) 454-3414.

Women’s Spring Luncheon – 2016

Perfect Peace logoThe ladies were so blessed with the fellowship, worship (with Gia Lucid), and an amazing Bible study from Hallie Martinez! Thank You Lord for bringing so many ladies out and for Your amazing grace to move in their hearts.

Click HERE to LISTEN to the Women’s Bible Study by Hallie Martinez.

Click HERE to DOWNLOAD the Women’s Bible Study by Hallie Martinez.

A Practical Bible Lesson from Ballet

The latest blog from our missionaries in Cambodia!

Joshua & Katlyn


In ballet when you want to do a twirl or spin, it’s important that you “spot.” Spotting is picking a specific place to look at in the direction that you want to go, for example, a door-knob directly across the way from you. If you don’t spot you will quickly become unbalanced, dizzy, and head in a different direction. Before you can learn to spin though, you must warm up, stretch, and practice.

As Christians we read, pray, and get to know God. Those things are all so needed. They cause us to grow. When we do these things we are being obedient and following our “Instructor.” Wouldn’t it be odd to spend all of our time stretching and warming up but never expecting our instructor to have us dance? If we learn and stretch and practice wouldn’t we not only expect but even WANT to put it to use…

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