Who We Are

Acts 2: 46 Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, 47 praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.

Calvary Community Church of Fullerton is an evangelical Christian fellowship embracing historic Christian teaching. In every teaching we remain centered on Jesus Christ, his sacrifice on the cross for our sins, and the grace and forgiveness of God available to all. We desire to share the Gospel to all who may be seeking the grace of God for any reason. This includes:

-Non-believers awaiting to hear the good news of the gospel

-Those who are searching for answers to the meaning of life

-Those who are searching for a church home and Christian fellowship

-Established believers who come seeking a closer relationship with God

All Protestant churches ultimately trace their heritage back to the historic teachings of the Reformation. At Calvary Community Church of Fullerton, we align ourselves with the teachings of the Lutheran Reformation, due to the clarity with which these help us understand God’s Word. Specifically, we are affiliated with the Church of the Lutheran Brethren of America (CLBA), headquartered in Fergus Falls, Minnesota.

While we affirm our Lutheran heritage, we choose to emphasize our common love for Christ and passion for sharing Him with all.

For a complete Statement of Faith, please visit the CLBA website: https://clba.org/about


Connecting with God and our Neighbors

Our mission at Calvary Community Church of Fullerton is to be a connection point for our community to feel, see, and experience the love and grace of Jesus Christ. It’s our prayer that believers old and new alike experience God’s love every time they encounter our church and its congregation. It is our goal that all will come to faith, will grow in their faith, and will share their faith as they hear and are equipped with the gospel.


Psalms 105:4: Look to the LORD and his strength; seek his face always.
God connects with us through His Son, Jesus Christ. Jesus died on the cross so we could be forgiven and connected with God. We receive God’s connection through faith in Jesus as the only one who can save us and connect us with God. God stays connected to us through His Holy Spirit that He gives to every person who believes in Jesus as his or her Savior. We stay connected with God by believing, loving, and obeying him.


Psalm 133:1: How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!

We connect with our neighbors by:
-Introducing them to Jesus Christ.
-Helping meet their needs: physical, emotional, and spiritual.
-Encouraging them to join us on our campus, where we worship God and fellowship together.
-Visiting and praying for the local neighborhoods .
-Studying the Bible and praying together.


Written and voted upon by our congregation members.