Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe

Non-denominational Christian Church South Lake Tahoe, CA
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe
Calvary Chapel South Lake Tahoe

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Address
807 Emerald Bay Road
P.O. Box 17671
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151

Phone
530-544-7320

Website

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Who We Are

We are a warm Spirit-filled, Christ-centered, Bible-teaching church. We believe in One God in Three Persons: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. We believe the Bible is the inerrant Word of God. We simply teach the Bible simply; book-by-book, chapter-by-chapter, and verse-by-verse.

About Us

Vibe
Spirit-filled, Friendly, Down to Earth, Multigenerational

Programs
Community Service, Children's Ministry, Missions

Music
Praise and Worship, Contemporary, Traditional Hymns

Denomination
Calvary Chapel

Size
Medium

Language
English

Founded
1980

Contact

Address
807 Emerald Bay Road
P.O. Box 17671
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151

Phone
530-544-7320

Website

Directions
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Leadership

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Jerry Foster
Senior Pastor

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  • Some people that I know attend Calvary Chapel and I am always eager to learn from different denominations of all faiths and especially ones in the Christian faith. I listened to a few of your online services and I was impressed by the message. of the sermons. Until the one delivered by associate pastor Weaver, yesterday. The 11 churches in Canada that were burnt had nothing to do with an attack on Christianity and I suggest you look into why that happened. It should have been made clear to the congregation of why people were upset and the reason was as ugly as one could imagine.
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