Easter Sunrise and Other Services at Calvary Chapel Oxnard!

Easter Sunrise and Other Services at Calvary Chapel Oxnard!

Easter Sunrise and Other Services at Calvary Chapel Oxnard!

If you are looking for an Easter service to attend this Sunday the 21st, here are 4 services! Join Calvary Chapel of Oxnard on Resurrection Sunday for praise and worship, and to honor Our God.

On a personal note, might I recommend a sunrise service? If you have never been, you have time to plan ahead now. For me, sunrise service has been a way to celebrate the resurrection of My Lord ever since I first got saved, and my kids were babies. They have grown up under this and it has become a wonderful family tradition…no need to get dressed up, just grab some blankets and some beach chairs, and a pot of hot coffee and a pot of hot chocolate for the kids, and head on out to the beach. My children grew up looking forward to this holiday every year, and not for the candy and easter egg hunts…it’s a wonderful tradition that I’m glad I started. (Or did “I” start it? Really The Lord did I guess…) Anyway, it’s just a suggestion. I would love to see you and your family out there at the beach. If you need any information, call the church at 805-485-0111 …or just message me back on this page, or on Calvary’s page https://www.facebook.com/calvaryoxnard.

Keep Worshipping, and STAY BLESSED! 

ALSO, if you are another Christian church locally that would like to add your services to our page, please do, we welcome all our brothers and sisters here and worship with you. 

If you were not able to catch the GOOD FRIDAY service, you can watch it now, and you will be all caught up on Easter Sunday. 🙂

If you aren't quite sure where it's located, here is a map for you.

HERE is the map to the beach service, in case you need that also…

Day of Mourning

Day of Mourning

February 23, 2019

“Day Of Mourning”

Today, in Oxnard California, near the beach, hundreds of believers from all denominations gathered together, all dressed in black, to pray for the lives of the unborn and their right to see the light of birth. It was a moving and emotional day for all.