Calvary Chapel Buhl is a family friendly fellowship of believers who love Jesus and each other. We are warm with country hospitality seasoned with hugs and laughter. Our congregation is filled with folks from all over the Magic Valley. Our dress code is very relaxed. “Come just as you are” is always the Calvary Chapel way. We'll help you feel right at home the moment you walk through the door.
Calvary Chapel Buhl began in January 2001, meeting in a converted pawn shop on Main Street. Our founding Pastor was Brent Heuther and his wife Merrily.
The congregation grew and the elders stepped out in faith in 2002, purchasing an old grocery store. Pastor Brent and many hands from the congregation and community labored to design and remodel the church building as it is today.
The congregation began to flourish and grow in ministries and outreaches including Mckallie’s Home of Future and Hope www.mckallieshome.org.
Tragically in 2007, Pastor Brent succumbed to Liver Cancer and went home to Jesus just before Christmas. At that time, son-in-law Pastor Steve Matheson and his wife Charity oversaw the church. On April 1, 2009, under the direction of Pastor Steve, CCB's Bread of Life Community Kitchen Ministry opened and served our community for seven years.
Our current pastor, Pastor Jackie Roberts and his wife Kathy came to CCB in 2009 from Joshua Springs Calvary Chapel, where Jackie had served for 13 years as an associate pastor. Pastor Jackie provides solid Biblical teaching through the entire Word of God. His vision for Calvary Chapel Buhl is “Building up the Broken” which includes numerous ministries and outreaches, with opportunities to serve for all ages and areas of life.
We pray for the leading of the Holy Spirit in all that we do, and pray you will find with us encouragement, support, fellowship and refreshment for your soul.
Calvary Chapel has been formed as a fellowship of believers in the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Our supreme desire is to know Christ and be conformed to His image by the power of the Holy Spirit. We are not a denominational church, nor are we opposed to denominations as such, only to their over-emphasis of the doctrinal differences that have led to the division of the Body of Christ...
1. Acknowledge that you are a sinner.
The Bible says that all of us have broken God’s commandments, that, “There is none righteous, no not one.” (Romans 3:10) and “all have sinned” (Romans 3:23).
2. Believe that Jesus Christ died on the cross for you...
Love the atmosphere treat you like your family great pastors usually has something going on love the movie nights
Warm welcome and you feel like a part of a big family. Great sermon by pastor Jackie
Love this place, its the people that make the church and this place is full of wonderful ones!