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It is all about Jesus here at Calvary Chapel Youth! We love and worship Jesus in everything we do!



We are committed to a consistent study through each book of The Bible at our youth services! We will teach through every verse in every chapter of the bible.



We believe being a follower of Christ we have been commissioned to serve others. Join us as we spread the love of Christ to the world!



Be a voice and spread the word! We want to see more and more people come to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ and thats where you come in!

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Passion Conference 2016 – Registration

July 1st, 2015

We are heading to Atlanta for the 2016 Passion Conference! This is a 3 day conference filled with tons of worship, teaching and community groups! Here are some details and a sign up!   When: January 2-4 | We will leave early on Saturday morning and come home late on Monday night. We are traveling   

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Philippians 1:8-30 – C2 Sermon Series

October 9th, 2015

Lets continue to study the book of Philippians where Paul has so much encouragement to the church in Philippi as well as us today!   You can join us for our youth services ever Thursday at Calvary Chapel St Pete! Service starts at 7pm!   You can also listen to all of our sermons and   

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Abide Camp 2016 #ABIDETRIBE

October 8th, 2015

Abide Camp 2016 is coming and we want you to be apart of it! Camp is one of the best weekends every year and we look forward to getting away from everything to focus on Jesus and fellowship with our friends! Don’t miss it!   When // February 13-15 2015 Where // Lakewood Retreat Center /   

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Philippians 1:1-7 – C2 Sermon Series

October 6th, 2015

We have started to go through one of the most encouraging and positive books of the NT. Paul wrote the book of Philippians to a church that he would consider family, he cared for them so deeply and longed to be with them. Paul writes this letter from prison and uses that trial as an   

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