How We Are Reopening

Calvary Chapel Chattanooga

A Covid Update from Pastor Frank:

We've Reopened Our Doors. Here's How We're Moving Forward:

"In the temple and house to house" (Acts 2:46) 
All four weekend services are open to all areas of our community each weekend.
Social distancing will be implemented in the sanctuary seating and overflow. You are welcome to wear a mask if you like, but they will not be required. We strongly encourage the use of a facemask at the 4p service on Saturdays. (Due to local mandates, masks will be required in Common Table).
Masks will be available in the lobby as well as sanitation stations for use.
Simplified childcare WILL BE provided for newborns through 4th grade. Newborn through 4th grade will be in the CalvaryKIDS classrooms.

If you are uncomfortable with being on campus or in the sanctuary, we encourage you to get together with your friends, family, and neighbors to watch the services online together at, our mobile app, Facebook, our Roku and Apple TV apps, and Youtube.
Families! There are a number of changes that have been made and we want you to be aware of before you bring your kids. For full details on CalvaryKIDS and how we're safely gathering together, click below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Calvary Chapel Chattanooga open?

Yes! Calvary Chapel is open for phone calls, messaging, emails, and care during our normal business hours as well as all four in-person weekend services.

How can I receive care?

If you are in need of assistance or prayer, please do not hesitate to reach out to:
[email protected]

How can I give if I'm not there in person?

You can give online at or mail your gift to Calvary Chapel Chattanooga, PO Box 2127, Chattanooga, TN 37409

Should I attend in person?

Please take a minute to review the following questions:
  • Have you had a cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, and/or fever above 100.4 F in the last 72 hours?
  • Have you been around anyone with these symptoms in the past 14 days?
  • Are you living with anyone who is sick or quarantined?
  • Do you live with, or have frequent contact with, someone over 60 or has a serious underlying health condition?

If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, we ask that you participate virtually for the following two weeks.
Those that are 60+ and/or those with serious underlying health conditions, we respectfully ask that you join us online from the safety of your home.

What are Calvary Chatt's sanitization efforts?

We are continuing to take steps to keep our buildings sanitized and safe for families:
  • We are following CDC guidelines and will continue to monitor their information.
  • We are letting all of our amazing weekend volunteers know that we will not be shaking hands at the doors of the church.
  • We will also not be shaking hands during the welcome portion of our services.
  • We are performing additional cleaning services across our campus, including sanitizing surfaces even more frequently over the course of the weekends as well as during the week.
  • We are providing additional hand sanitizer stations around our campus.
  • All of these additional sanitization efforts will also apply to our calvaryKIDS area. We already use a freshly sanitized set of toys/activities for each service throughout the weekends.

Will I be required to wear a mask?

We do not require masks to be worn, though you are welcome to wear them. We are strongly encouraging face masks at the 4p service on Saturdays. We will also be providing masks in the lobby should you require one. Due to local mandates, masks WILL be required in Common Table. Our CalvaryKIDS volunteers will be required to wear masks at the Saturday 4p service, but are optional at any other service.