Our church’s mission is to make disciples of Jesus. The ministries we’ve started all began as a way to do this and reach people beyond the walls of our church.

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Broadcasting over a network of 40+ frequencies around the state of Florida and streaming live at ReachFM.org, ReachFM provides the soundtrack for your everyday life.

Patmos: Reality Discipleship

Patmos: Reality Discipleship, promises the same extreme adventure for those interested in an all-or-nothing faith. The course is designed to teach a lifetime of lessons learned under the most extreme and life-changing circumstances. Its target group has less to do with age and more to do with attitude. Specifically, it’s for those who are young at heart, able to set aside their normal routine for a season, and willing to undergo a transformation of soul and spirit.


Calvary Christian Academy

This pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade school exists to make disciples of Jesus Christ through a biblical environment that prepares students to glorify God spiritually, academically, and socially.

Ocean's Edge Music

Ocean’s Edge Music is part of the Worship Ministry. Available resources include CDs, MP3s, charts, songbooks, and DVDs. Opportunities to be a part of this ministry are available for those that desire to serve and are gifted with musical ability.

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Each donation or purchase directly benefits children and families in crisis throughout South Florida by providing them what they so desperately need—love, acceptance, and a safe home. 


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Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale is one church with nine locations. The main campus, in Fort Lauderdale, broadcasts each week’s teaching via video feed to our regional campuses. Worship is always live at each location and a campus pastor oversees the service. 

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Fort Lauderdale (Main)

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Wednesday: 6:30pm

Saturday: 6pm

Sunday: 9am, 11am, 1pm

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Boca Raton

Service Times

Wednesday: 6:45pm

Saturday: 6:15pm

Sunday: 9:15am, 11:15am, 1:15pm

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Boynton Beach

Service Times

Wednesday: 7:00pm

Saturday: 6:30pm

Sunday: 9:30am, 11:30am

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Florida Keys

Service Times

Sunday: 9:30am

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Service Times

Sunday: 10am

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Service Times

Wednesday: 6:45pm

Sunday: 10:15am

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Service Times

Sunday: 10:00am  

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North Lauderdale

Service Times

Wednesday: 6:45pm

Sunday: 10:30am

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Service Times

Wednesday: 6:45pm

Saturday: 6:15pm

Sunday: 9:15am, 11:30am

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Web Campus

Service Times

6:30pm, (8:30pm rebroadcast)

Saturday: 6pm

Sunday: 9am, 11am, 1pm

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West Boca

Service Times

Wednesday: 6:30pm

Sunday: 9:15am, 11:15am


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The Super Bowl: Not Just a Game

Posted on Tue, Jan 14, 2014

The month of January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month.

You’ve read the devastating statistics. But did you know that this epidemic is running rampant at one of the largest sporting events in the world? As we gear up for Super Bowl festivities on February 2nd, there’s a grim reality veiled behind the hype of this iconic sporting event: human sex trafficking. As hundreds of thousands of sports fans descend upon New Jersey and the surrounding area, traffickers are among them. And they’re not coming to watch the game. They’re coming to buy and sell human beings, most of which are underage girls. The horror doesn’t just masquerade itself within the weekend revelries – it goes on for weeks and months after the game clock has run out.

Traffickers target sporting events around the world

The Super Bowl isn’t the only arena where human trafficking has taken up residence. The problem is common at large sporting events all over the world. Federal and local governments of the United States and other countries have enacted legislation against forced prostitution, but host cities to large sporting events like the Super Bowl and the World Cup still find that the traffickers are one step ahead of them.

What you can do

It’s time for the Body of Christ to step in and step up.

One million foreigners will travel to Brazil this year for the World Cup. The churches of Brazil need help, and we’ll be sending a team from Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale to do just that. Here’s what we’ll do: evangelism, soccer clinics, youth ministry, and ministry and community outreach in slums. We will also be present at the Stadium and at Fan Zones during the World Cup. We’ll take a stand against the human trafficking that happens at these large events. We’ll connect with the locals and visitors and share the love of Jesus.

The noiseless terror of human trafficking and the grief of God’s heart for the modern-day slave calls us to action. Pray about getting involved today and being part of this trip.

»Learn more about the Brazil trip here



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