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The heavens declare the

glory of God

and the sky above proclaims

his handiwork.

Psalm 19:1

Welcome to  Calvary Alameda.
We are a body of believers made up of ordinary people from different backgrounds and stories joined together because of the gospel of Christ.
We invite you to join us for our Sunday Worship Experience in person at 10 AM 
or on our virtual campus starting at 9:55 AM through:
the website  and our Calvary Mobile & TV Apps.

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We are excited to introduce JOURNEY, our new Teen Life Group! JOURNEY launches as an engaging and welcoming Life Group  for teens and their friends that:
  • Surrounds teens with an unconditional love that fosters genuine relationships
  • Anchors them to the principles for living healthy, wise and productive lives
  • Encourages and equips them with the Word of God to extend the love of Christ to the world

JOURNEY is every Sunday at 10AM for all students currently going into 6th Grade and on up to 12th Grade.

weekly events

1516 Grand St. | Alameda, CA 94501

Sunday WORSHIP experience

10:00 am & 4:00 pm


Sunday,  10:00 am


Wednesday, 6:00 pm

*women at the well

Thursday, 10:00 am
We are open for in-person gathering. Mask are optional.
*Women At The Well is currently meeting via conference call. For more info CLICK HERE

Current Sermon series: The Ruthless Elimination of hurry

The Case for an Unhurried Life
We live with a hustle mentality—from jam-packed schedules, workaholism, and addiction to our phones, our lives are filled to the brim every moment of the day. Even when we find time to rest, our go-to form of relaxation consists of scrolling through social media platforms, bingeing television, and replying to the millions of notifications on our phones. So, how does living a busy lifestyle impact our ability to commune with and to be content in Christ?