We strive to keep things simple.  This isn’t our goal or philosophy as much as it is a recognition of whom God has made us to be.  We are family.  We are not a corporation, nor a peer group, nor a production company.  We are a gathering of grandparents, aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters, sons and daughters in the faith…  We are normal people with issues, struggles, quirks, and challenges.  We come together to celebrate Jesus, rejoice in His grace, and grow in community as disciples.  We are big enough to have an impact upon our world, and small enough to know everyone’s name. 
This is who we are… if read on, you will learn just what we are all about.


We hope in the glory of God.  The hope that God will be glorified is the kind of of hope that does not disappoint.  God will be glorified, and we are called to be part of that.  For this reason, we place heavy emphasis on corporate worship.  Beyond this, we maintain an understanding that all we do (learning, living, serving, family, work…) is for the glory of God.


In the midst of Christian community, God has placed apostles, prophets, evangelists, shepherds and teachers.  These callings exist and operate so that believers will be equipped for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ.  This is our goal.  We want the people who call ccCville their home to grow in the Word, experience spiritual maturity, and be prepared and equipped to serve Jesus.


We are equipped for the purpose of serving.  God has called us to engage the world around us with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  It’s our hope, that ccCville would be a community of active people, serving (in Christ’s love), the world around them.


Calvary Chapel of C’ville / 1284 Sunset Avenue Extended / Charlottesville, VA. 22903



With a background in missions work and residential children’s ministry, Chad and Julie Myhre moved to Charlottesville in 1999 to build and manage a radio station.  Simultaneously, with two other families in attendance, he began to teach a weekly Bible study in his apartment.  Many years later, Calvary Chapel of Charlottesville (ccCville) has been involved in planting 6 other local churches.