I live in TX and I'm not Calvary Chapel today, but I did a search with a church locator and using SW zip code  of Minnesota and a 50mi radus I came up with:Hello, My wife and I are looking for a quiet location to live near a Calvary Chapel in the southwestern Minnesota, northwestern Iowa or eastern South Dakota area. Anyone here on the forum live in these states who could give a heads up?
Updated and functional link for Calvary Sioux Falls.Hello, My wife and I are looking for a quiet location to live near a Calvary Chapel in the southwestern Minnesota, northwestern Iowa or eastern South Dakota area. Anyone here on the forum live in these states who could give a heads up?
You are welcone. Have you tried the church locator in my prior post? I was only guessing where you may seek out a church based on your broad criteria. That said there are often Calvary Chapel wannabee or friendly communities that may satisfy your search either permanently or as a stopgap measure. A CC wannabee could be a mimicking assembly or one close enough that they are vying for the "franchise" recognition of Calvary Chapel brand. Some seek this for years or even decades. Perhaps try emailing the proximal churches to see where they may have potentially upstart communities nearby? For my take as a former CC goer, Calvary Chapel isn't as unique, at least in their teaching, as they may wish one emphasize to the contrary. They have much in common with a wide array of dispensation adherents. Their chief points largely use to be, play down theology emphases and differences for the sake of unity (ecumenism) with afterglow meetings. Oftentines their verse by verse is editorialized, which (imv) can be detrimental. Aside from that they also in tow have pretrib, premil dispensational embrace and a man-centered view of two ordinances and a novel would be "moses model" of church structure and order. Here's the obligatory, but I digress....Thank you Nic. Sioux Falls is over 200 miles from here though. Anyone on the forum in these states?