Welcome

We believe all people matter to God, full devotion to Jesus Christ is normal
and excellence honors God.
We believe that genuine faith in Jesus changes a person,
and that change spills out to the community.

We hope you’ll join us.

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Our Ministries

Children's

We believe the Bible should never be boring, worship can be really loud and kids should have the best leaders on the planet! So while you are experiencing the creative, life-changing worship of Chesapeake Church, your children are experiencing it as well.

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Youth

Our Mission is to reach teens and help them grow into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Our Vision is to have teens live for Christ. We do this by fostering real and meaningful relationships, have relevant Bible teachings, serve others, and create fun outreach events. Join us and invite your friends!

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Discipleship

Our Discipleship Ministry is dedicated to helping us own our spiritual vibrancy as we grow into fully devoted followers of Christ. We offer LifeStudy classes throughout the year where you can engage in being equipped for your spiritual journey alongside others who are seeking to deepen their understanding of Kingdom living. We look forward to meeting you there!

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Missions

Honduras Compassion Partners (HCP), in partnership with other non-profits, community organizations, businesses and concerned citizens, provides medical services, clean water systems, and self-sufficiency assessments to families and individuals in need in Honduras.

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End Hunger

Right now over ten thousand families in Calvert County rely on local food pantries to provide their next meal. That’s one in nine of us. End Hunger In Calvert County is a nonprofit organization whose name and mission are one in the same: end hunger in Calvert County. 100% of all public donations stay right here in Calvert County helping the most needy residents.

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Latest Sermon

Jesus The King

Nathan Laborie | January 19, 2020

In our modern culture, our perspective of “kings” or “lords” is most often something out of movies, television, or history books. Yet throughout scripture, Jesus is referred to as both a King and Lord. And not just any King or Lord, but the King...

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