Why We Give

Because we're called to.

The Bible teaches that God has called every believer to give regularly, generously, cheerfully, and in proportion to what they have been given. This sacrificial kind of giving makes sense in light of the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross. As we invest in God's work, we are to lay up treasures in heaven and participate in what the Lord is doing on the earth now. (2 Corinthians 9:7, Matthew 6:20, Proverbs 3:9)

Because it's a form of worship.

The Bible teaches that God has called every believer to give regularly, Scripture says giving is to be viewed as a spiritual act of worship, and that it is to be the joy and responsibility of every believer. Giving money to the Lord is not something that we are supposed to view as a burdensome obligation, but rather quite the contrary. This is a radical and counter-cultural point of view. Because while the rest of the world worships money as god, we are to worship God with our money.

Serving the Tallahassee community since 1986

Welcome to Calvary Chapel Tallahassee

Our church is built on 3 main pillars: verse-by-verse Bible teaching, Christ-centered worship, and missions both locally and globally.

We've switched Giving Platforms!
If you're set up for recurring donations on the old system, click the link here to close it down, then click the second link to get setup on the new platform. If you have any questions, email office@calvarytlh.com

Join us for church on Sunday

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Services at 9:00am & 11:00am

We have 2 services every Sunday. Our services usually run about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Get to church early and grab a free coffee!

Childcare is available

Our incredible Calvary Kids volunteers are ready to provide a safe environment for your children to have fun and grow in their faith.

Worship with us online

Can't make it in person? No problem! Tune into our live stream and worship with us from wherever you are.

Tithe & Offering

We embrace generosity

The Bible teaches that God has called every believer to give regularly, generously, cheerfully, and in proportion to what they have been given. This sacrificial kind of giving makes sense in light of the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross.