Coronavirus Response

Update: August 9, 2021

As of August 9, all services, events and office hours have returned to normal, except for Sunday Evening services which will resume in September. Thank you for bearing with us during this difficult time and please keep those affected in prayer. God bless!

Update: July 21, 2021

As of today, services will continue to be online-only until August 7th. Services at the Refuge Center are cancelled altogether until then. Please continue to pray for the church body and those infected with COVID-19. God bless!

Update: July 17, 2021

Dear Church Family,

We here at Calvary Chapel are profoundly grateful for the faithfulness of all of you who have responded to the many challenges of this past year and a half.

Calvary Chapel Leadership has been in ongoing prayer throughout these trying times, we have been seeking the Lord's direction and protection through prayer and wise council. As a multi-generational congregation, our church family has many here who are at high-risk whom have now, in the last couple of weeks, been infected with COVID-19, and who are in need of your continued support and prayers.

This virus does not discriminate, but is especially severe to our aging, as well as those with heart, lung and immune conditions.

We want to do our part to protect our family and community.

As of today, we are postponing our in-person services for at least the next week. Our services will continue to be live streamed through our Website, App, Facebook and YouTube pages.

Services will continue online at our regular days and times. We encourage you to continue gathering "virtually" through technology as much as possible.

For we know that God is with us during these difficult times and He will get us through it, along with your prayers and support.

This comes with thanksgiving for each of you and your faithfulness, and with hope and confidence that the church is being called in new ways to be both salt and light for the sake of the Gospel during these last days.

We look forward to regathering soon.

May the peace of God dwell richly in your homes and neighborhoods in these coming days.

God bless,

Pastor Troy Wickline
Senior Pastor, Calvary Chapel Grants Pass