Living water in the desert

Jesus answered and said to her, "If you knew the gift of God, and who it is who say to you, 'Give Me a drink,' you would have asked Him, and He would have given you living water" - John 4:10

Calvary Chapel of Holbrook AZ is located in Northern Arizona. We are a fellowship of loving believers in a small community. If you are new to Holbrook or just looking for a church family to call home or passing through, come join for a Sunday morning or Wednesday night service


1202 W. Hopi Drive,
Holbrook, AZ 86025

Service times

Sunday Mornings 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday Evenings 6:30 p.m.

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Prayer for more space

For several years we have prayed that God would bless us with more children in our church family. God has answered that prayer and more so. With more children, comes additional needs. Those needs go beyond simply needing more teachers and helpers. We need more space.

We are praying that God will direct us and provide us the funds needed to add additional space for our children's ministry.  We would like to have 4 rooms for our children's ministry, and have them all in the same place. We would also like to have bathrooms in this space.

Our first option would be to expand our main building to the west by about 30ft. This would give us about  1200 sq. ft. This would be the minimum we would need. 
The second option would be to replace an older building we have in the back with a newer building. Probably a steel building. This building could be 60 x30 or 60 x 35. This would give us about 1800 sq. ft. or so, which would allow us to have larger rooms with a bathroom or two compared to the first option. This option would also likely be cheaper.

Though we have some funds currently, we will likely need more. Thankfully we serve a mighty God. We serve a God who can do abundantly more than we can think or ask. We are not asking for money, we are asking that you would join us in praying over this issue. 

April 18th DEVOTION 

the power and mystery of obedience - alistair begg

The Lord said to Samuel, “How long will you grieve over Saul, since I have rejected him from being king over Israel? Fill your horn with oil, and go. I will send you to Jesse the Bethlehemite, for I have provided for myself a king among his sons” … Samuel did what the Lord commanded and came to Bethlehem.  1 Samuel 16:1, 1 Samuel 16:4

Samuel stands out in the pages of biblical history but neither on account of the originality of his ideas nor because he was an initiative-taker. No, his distinction is that he was a man who simply did what God told him. After Saul’s rebellion against God, the Lord rejected Saul as king—and Samuel was the one who was told to inform the king of this. So he did (1 Samuel 15:10, 26-29). God then told Samuel that the season of grieving was over and that it was time for him to move on to his next assignment: anointing the next king of Israel. So he did. God said it, and Samuel did it.

The instruction given to the prophet to prepare some oil, go to the small, insignificant town of Bethlehem, and meet with a man called Jesse probably didn’t seem incredibly spectacular to Samuel. But he could never have understood the extent to which his obedience would bring him into the heart of a climactic moment in the ongoing story of God’s salvation of His people.
It was in the town of Bethlehem that, decades earlier, God had provided a husband for the young widow Ruth. Her grandson Jesse was the man that God sent Samuel to meet, and her great-grandson, David, was the boy whom God would tell Samuel to anoint as king. A thousand years later, in Bethlehem, God would bring forth His Anointed One, Jesus—a descendant of David (Matthew 1:1, 5-6), whom Samuel anointed that day—to be ruler and shepherd over all His people (2:6). Samuel’s obedience to all that God told him to do put him on the stage as this next scene of God’s sovereign plan unfolded. But Samuel did not know any of that as he filled his horn with oil and began his journey to Bethlehem.

Most of the commands of God don’t involve any impressive deeds or great drama. Many of us will not understand the significance of our obedience. Often we will obey not because we can see what God is doing but simply because we have committed ourselves to obeying Him. We may live our lives never knowing what a particular act of obedience has meant in His plans. Be careful, then, to faithfully obey even the seemingly inconsequential instructions of God, for obedience to His command is always right, and you never know beforehand how He will use it.
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We study the New Testament on Sunday mornings and the Old Testament on Wednesday Evenings

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We study the New Testament on Sunday mornings and the Old Testament on Wednesday Evenings

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We take a systematic approach to the scriptures.
On Sunday mornings we teach through the New Testament - book by book, chapter by chapter, verse by verse.
On Wednesday nights we are going through the Old Testament. Wednesday nights are more laid back, questions are asked, people have an opportunity to respond.


First thing you will notice with the singing portion of our service is that we have the children with their parents.  We want the children to learn to worship as a family. The songs we sing are generally contemporary with an occasional hymn thrown in.

Kids & Youth

Children begin their time with us with their parents for the first two songs. We do have nursery available at the beginning if you need to take advantage of it. Once the singing is done, the kids are dismissed and will be met by the teachers at the back doors of the sanctuary.
At this time we do not have a Youth Ministry. The youth we have participate with Oasis Youth Ministries during the week. On Sunday mornings, the youth remain in the sanctuary where they will learn the Word of God with the adults.


Some come in every day clothing and others may come dressed up. We don't want you to stress about what to wear, we just want you to come and worship Jesus.