Frequently Asked Questions

What time are services?

Our main services are on Sunday mornings and Wednesday Evenings.

Sunday morning services start at 9:00 AM & 11:00 AM.  Children's ministries are available during the second service.

Wednesday evening service begins at 6:30 PM.

What happens on a Sunday morning?

We welcome anyone to attend any of our services or events.  Sunday mornings we express our worship to God together through singing and listening to the teaching of the Bible. The messages focus on the meaning of a portion of the Bible in its original context and applying its relevance for our lives today. We tend to teach verse by verse through a of a book of the Bible.  We encourage people to bring a Bible to follow along. However, Bibles are available for you if you do not have one.   Or you can download our Calvary Chapel Salmon app, available on both Apple and Android, and read the bible there.

What are the doctrinal beliefs held by Calvary Chapel?

For a full statement of our beliefs click here to go to our discussion on what we believe. 

How should I dress when I come?

Calvary Chapel Salmon invites anyone interested in hearing the message of God's grace, and does not require a certain type of dress to attend. On any given Sunday, you will find people wearing everything from suits to shorts. Since God looks at men's hearts and not their outward appearance (1 Samuel 16:7), we endeavor to do so as well. The most common form of dress could be best described as "casual."

Where do I park?

There is limited parking spaces on Main St. and we would like to reserve those spots for visitors.  An additional 70 parking spots are located behind the church which can be accessed via the alleyway off of N. Center St. and N. Andrews St. or accessed directly via Shoup St.
If you have any questions about parking when you arrive feel free to ask one of our ushers, stationed at either door, and they will direct you to the best spot.

Does Calvary Chapel have membership?

Calvary Chapel Salmon does not have a formal membership or membership process. If you are a believer in Jesus Christ, you are a member of His body, the church. If you regularly attend Calvary Chapel, and are involved in fellowship, serving, and giving you are considered a "member" of our local fellowship.

How does Calvary Chapel Salmon receive financial support?

Calvary Chapel Salmon is supported exclusively through the free-will gifts of our members and attendees. "Honor the Lord from all your wealth and from the first of all your produce; so your barns will be filled with plenty." Proverbs 3:9-10