Welcome

Calvary Chapel Valdosta exists for the purpose of reaching weary, scattered, and aimless people (sheep without a shepherd) in a city without limits.

- Matthew 9:36 / Mark 6:34

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Sunday Morning Worship

10AM

Join our weekly Sunday worship, where we praise, pray, and hear the word of the Lord together.

Wednesday Evening

7PM

Communal reading and study of John Bunyan's classic, "The Pilgrim's Progress." Designed to support your growth and discipleship. 

Women's Prayer Breakfast

Gather with the women of Calvary Chapel Valdosta for prayer and breakfast.

Men's Nehemiah Book Study

8AM

Meet with the men at Calvary Chapel Valdosta on the 4th Saturday of each month for breakfast, prayer, and study through the book of Nehemiah.

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Pastor C. D. Van Cleave delivers a Mother's Day 2022 message.

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Listen as Pastor C. D. Van Cleave covers the book of 1st Samuel, line upon line. The book's theme is "Building Godly Character."

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Pastor C. D. Van Cleave delivers a special 2022 Palm Sunday message.

The Ministry of Giving

Giving is the biblical practice of setting aside a portion of what you earn for the Lord’s use particularly within a church, ministry, organization or a specific need that will further the Gospel, spread the Word of God, and build up God’s people. The amount you set aside should be between you and the Lord.

Giving is a form of thankfulness. It is often a good indicator of the condition of our hearts. Thankful hearts are usually giving hearts.

Giving is not just providing money but can be accomplished using your three T’s: Talents (God-given ability to assist in a specific way), Time (sacrifice to serve), and Treasure (resources).

 

Giving Guidelines

  • Giving should be a willing desire born from the heart, not forced or compelled upon you. For God loves a cheerful giver [ 2 Corinthians 9:7 ]

 

  • Giving should be discreet, done in a way that only God will get the glory from the offering and all the attention will stay on Him [ Matthew 6:1-4 ]

 

  • Giving should be a regular part of our worship and devotion to God for all that He has done for us [1 Corinthians 16:1-2 ]