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In Person Services – Sundays: 9:15am & 11:15am
More Info On Services
Friday, April 7 | 6pm
There are no kid’s services at this time, but they’re welcome to join the celebration with you in service!
Sunday, April 9 | 9:15am
Sunday, April 9 | 11:15am
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Calvary Kids and Youth services are available at Calvary Chapel Parkland during our Sunday services at 9:15am, and 11:15am. We’re so excited to hang out with your kids!
Calvary Chapel Parkland, one of our latest regional campuses, launched on Sunday, April 14, 2019.
Having started as a Bible study in a clubhouse in a local community before moving to a coffeeshop, this new campus is a vital part of Vision 2023 as we seek to bring the hope and healing of the gospel to the Parkland community. Campus Pastor Steve Daigle and his wife Kim invite you to attend a church service, community outreach, and local Bible study.
Pastor Steve Daigle has been part of the Calvary family since 2005, and in ministry for the past nine years. He and his wife Kim have been married for eight years, living in Parkland with their children, Daniel, Abel, Providence and Joshua. When they first moved in, they noticed there were no Christian churches in Parkland. They prayed for a way to reach the people there and God soon granted the desires of their hearts—to plant a church in their city. Together, they have been a cornerstone for this family friendly community that could have never imagine a tragedy like what happened on February 14, 2018 at Stoneman Douglas High School. Since then, they’ve seen people seeking for something more, and God bringing them to Westglades Middle School, right next door to MSD High School, to a church they now call home. They are praying that what was meant for evil in the shooting, that God will use for good for the saving of many lives through Calvary Chapel Parkland.
Yes! Childcare and youth services are available. For our campus-specific info, click here.
Our services are typically 70 minutes—this includes a powerful time of worship and a practical, inspiring Bible teaching.
At Calvary, our heart is for you to come as you are. For some, this means jeans and t-shirts; for others, a suit and tie. We don’t have a dress code. We’re genuinely interested in you, not your attire.
Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted: divorced, single parent, broke, recovering addict, gay, transgender, member of another faith group, atheist, skeptic, etc. We want you to know that everyone is welcome at Calvary. So, come as you are, and we’ll see you at service!
Tuesday | 6:30pm – 8:30pm | Parkland
Join us ladies for a time of worship, fellowship, table discussion and in depth teaching. This study will strongly present a practical way in living a life that honors God. This study will be held every other Tuesday at the Parkland Campus beginning at 6:30pm. We are looking forward in…
Friday | 7:00pm – 8:30pm | Parkland
Gather with your church family for an authentic night of worship, encouragement, and prayer as we love God, pursue His presence, and lift up the name of Jesus together.
Calling all men for a time of worship, fellowship and studying God’s word every other Tuesday at the Calvary Chapel Parkland Campus. The Fellowship begins at 6:30 followed by a time of worship and reflection. Let’s continue to grow into the men of God that is illustrated and commanded in…
Friday | 7:00pm – 9:00pm | Parkland
Connecting Jewish Culture to the savior of the world is the goal of this event. Our savior who lived a sinless and perfect existence is presented within scripture as taking on his culture through practices, ordinances, and rituals that honor not only the culture but God the father. This event illustrates…