Upcoming Events

An Evening On Mars Hill

Friday, Apr 28, 7-9pm, Chapel. Mark L. Strauss, PhD, lectures on, “Jesus Behaving Badly: The Puzzling Paradoxes of the Man from Galilee.” Mark tackles questions raised about a Messiah, who turns over tables, and rocks the “gentle Jesus” character boat.

Newcomers’ Night

Monday, May 1. Pre-event Gathering: 6:10pm, The Story Caffe for a free beverage. Event begins at 6:45pm, C-105. Meet Pastor Mark and the staff for a special time of fellowship and get to know more about NCCC. Register at the Connections table, online or contact Lauren at lauren.moreno@northcoastcalvary.org.

Iraq: A Forgotten Hope

Nations featuring Mark Foreman, Sunday, May 7, 7:00pm, NCCC Family Center
The Middle East is an ancient land with a complicated narrative. Today in Northern Iraq, the story seems muddier than ever. A modern evil has brought devastation and genocide, pushing some of Iraq’s oldest people groups to the verge of extinction. In an effort to make sense of the story, Mark meets with ethnic minorities, ISIS survivors, and political and religious leaders. He also speaks to reformers who stand with the marginalized at the risk of their own lives: Jeremy Courtney of Preemptive Love Coalition, Dave Eubank of Free Burma Rangers, and United Nations advocate Jacqueline Isaac of Roads of Success.

Crafter’s Spring Sale

May 6 & 7
Just in time for Mother’s Day! The NCCC Crafters are having a Spring Sale where all the items are unique and hand made. 100% of the proceeds from the sale go toward ministry to orphans and widows. Support these hands, who are using their creative gifts to answer the call of God…and grab a personal gift with that supports the “least of these.”

Justice Film Festival

May 19-20
The Justice Film Festival inspires justice seekers by presenting films of unexpected courage and redemption that are diverse in their issues and geography. After stops in Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Chicago and New York City the Justice Film Festival will travel to North Coast Calvary Chapel in San Diego on May 19-20, 2017. This year’s event will include feature films, documentaries, and shorts from both well-known and emerging filmmakers that shine a light on Justice.



1. WATER & POWER: Emmy award-winning director Marina Zenovich brings us Water & Power: A California Heist, a National Geographic documentary film executive produced by Academy Award winner Alex Gibney and produced by Jigsaw Productions, unfolds like a real-life version of the 1974 film noir “Chinatown,” uncovering the exploits of California’s water barons, who profit off the state’s resources while everyday citizens endure a debilitating water crisis. This film peels back the layers of California’s history of water manipulations and examines pivotal events that now jeopardize the state’s groundwater reserves, putting at risk the future of its fertile farmlands — which provide nearly half the country’s fruits, nuts and vegetables.

Clips from the film: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLivjPDlt6ApQ2gV9F0fAScn-hZ4y6bJ2J

2. FAITHKEEPERS: In the Middle East, the birthplace of Christianity, Christians and other minorities are being violently persecuted, driven out from their homes and killed. Their places of worship are being destroyed, and their history is being erased. Faithkeepers gives face and voice to the humanitarian crisis and genocide affecting millions in the Middle East as a result of religious and ethnic persecution. The film is a testament to the stories of the persecuted and an inspiring portrait of the human spirit. Using personal testimonies and original animation, the film exposes daily life for those facing violence and expulsion.

Trailer: http://faithkeepers.clarionproject.org/about/

3. UNDIVIDED: An affluent, suburban church group revives the grounds of a deteriorating city school, providing a boost to hungry, homeless and at-risk teens.

You can watch this film here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=9HE_qp6Kt5c

4. MAMA RWANDA: MAMA RWANDA is a modern tale of working mothers told through the eyes of the unlikeliest women – those who lived through genocide. Drocella, a village wife, and Christine, a city widow, have traded subsistence living for a life of business innovation, sparking enlightenment and controversy among their communities. Set against the backdrop of national reconciliation, Drocella and Christine represent a new generation of women helping to turn post-genocide Rwanda into one of the top ten fastest growing economies in the world. Interspersed by commentary from Rwandan experts in women’s entrepreneurship, the film highlights the roles of education and access to capital in empowering women to overcome poverty through entrepreneurship. A universal, globally relevant tale, MAMA RWANDA is a deeply cinematic portrait of two mothers on a journey to build peace through prosperity creation.

Trailer: http://www.mamarwanda.com/see-the-film/


We have four epic weeks and a variety of electives to choose from this summer. KidsGames is open to kids 4 years to 6th grade. Come and experience 4 amazing hours filled with awesome Bible teaching, Fun Games, Generosity Project and much more! Popular Electives fill up fast so get your kids registered today. Register