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By: | October 7, 2005
TODAY Football (7 p.m.) Laguna at Tesoro SATURDAY Girls' JV Volleyball (TBA) Laguna at Newport Harbor Tourney MONDAY Girls' Volleyball (5:15 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna JV Volleyball (4 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna Frosh/Soph Volleyball (4 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna TUESDAY Girls' Tennis (3 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna JV Tennis (3:15 p.m.) Laguna at Calvary Chapel WEDNESDAY Boys' Water Polo (4 p.m.)
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Michael Miller | July 14, 2010
"Joe will be standing back here, and this will be the main sanctuary." George Mitchell was giving me a guided tour Monday of the hoped-for future grounds of Calvary Chapel of the Harbour, which has operated for seven years as the only church in Sunset Beach and, if the state's blessing comes through, will move a few blocks away to Huntington Beach by the end of the year. The building is a shell now — stripped-down walls, chalk outlines, piles of rubble lying around — but Mitchell painted the scene as best he could as I struggled to hear him over the rattle of jackhammers.
NEWS
September 13, 2001
Calvary Chapel of Huntington Beach is holding its first annual Ride for Romania this Saturday at Edison Community Park. The bike-a-thon and 5K walk will benefit the Romania Children Outreach, which helps abandoned street children get off the streets, provides summer camps for orphaned children and provides support and encouragement to families struggling to support their children in their homes. Check-ins will begin at 7:30 a.m., with the bike-a-thon starting at 8 a.m. The 5K walk check-in begins at 9:30 a.m., with the walk starting 10 a.m. A barbecue will follow at 12:30 p.m. The park is across from Edison High School.
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By: | October 13, 2005
TODAY Football High school -- Garden Grove at Estancia at Newport Harbor, 7 p.m. Golf High school girls -- Laguna Hills at Newport Harbor at Big Canyon Country Club, 3 p.m.; Estancia at Costa Mesa at Costa Mesa Golf & Country Club (Mesa Linda course), 3 p.m.; Tesoro at Corona del Mar, 2:30 p.m. Tennis High school girls -- Irvine at Newport Harbor, 3 p.m.; Corona del Mar at Calvary Chapel, 3:15 p.m.; Santa Ana at Costa Mesa, 3 p.m. Volleyball High school girls -- Irvine at Newport Harbor, 4 p.m.; St. Margaret's at Sage Hill, 5 p.m.; Corona del Mar at Calvary Chapel, 5:30 p.m. Water polo Community college men -- Orange Coast at Mt. San Antonio, 3 p.m. High school boys -- Los Amigos at Costa Mesa, 3:15 p.m.
NEWS
November 12, 2013
Operation Christmas Child will be collecting shoe boxes filled with gifts at Calvary Chapel in Huntington Beach for donation to needy kids around the world. The shoe boxes will be delivered by "bus, train, boats, bikes and even elephants" to youngsters in more than 100 countries, a news release said. The boxes can be filled "toys, school supplies, hygiene items and notes of encouragement," the release said. Participants can track their donated boxes by filling out a donation form for $7 at http://www.samaritanspurse.com . Operation Christmas Child is a nationwide project of Samaritan's Purse, a Christian relief organization.
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By: Dave Thorpe | October 1, 2005
If the Corona del Mar High football team is going to capture the Pacific Coast League title, it's going to do it with a dominant, play-making defense. Corona del Mar's league opener Friday night was a good start. The Sea King defense intercepted four passes, picked up three fumbles and scored three touchdowns in a 40-0 victory over Calvary Chapel at Newport Harbor High. The Sea King defense took over the game in the third quarter, coming up with turnovers on each Eagle possession.
NEWS
December 3, 2009
This is a story about faith, and not just in one sense. When Calvary Chapel of the Harbour, reputed to be the first church in the history of Sunset Beach, approached the city recently to get a conditional use permit to move to a larger space at Peter’s Landing Marina, it brought to light one of the best kept secrets of coastal Orange County. The church is invisible six days a week and opens its doors Sunday morning not in a towering cathedral, but in a tight room that the owners rent at the Sunset Beach Women’s Club.
NEWS
December 9, 1999
The Heat opened their 1999-2000 season on a successful note Sunday, defeating Fountain Valley No. 6, 40-33, in the opening weekend of Fountain Valley National Junior Basketball (NJB) boys Division I play. Forward Matthew Derocili scored a game-high 10 points and also collected eight rebounds and a pair of assists to lead a Heat attack that also featured 10 rebounds, five points, and two assists from Robert Macksoud. The Heat also received strong outside shooting from guards Richard Martinez and Viet Nguyen, who finished with seven and six points, respectively.
NEWS
December 21, 2000
Mike Sciacca School may be out for the Christmas holiday, but there's plenty of reasons to return to return the Edison High campus the day after Christmas. Edison will host a big holiday tournament, the 2000 Orange County Championship, beginning Tuesday to Dec. 30 at the Charger gymnasium. No less than 12 teams, competing in pool play, will vie for the tournament title. What's impressive about this year's field is that eight of the teams (host Edison, Troy, San Clemente, Huntington Beach, Esperanza, Foothill, Rosary and Irvine)
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November 12, 2013
Operation Christmas Child will be collecting shoe boxes filled with gifts at Calvary Chapel in Huntington Beach for donation to needy kids around the world. The shoe boxes will be delivered by "bus, train, boats, bikes and even elephants" to youngsters in more than 100 countries, a news release said. The boxes can be filled "toys, school supplies, hygiene items and notes of encouragement," the release said. Participants can track their donated boxes by filling out a donation form for $7 at http://www.samaritanspurse.com . Operation Christmas Child is a nationwide project of Samaritan's Purse, a Christian relief organization.
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | March 31, 2011
The Laguna Beach girls' and boys' swimming teams hosted Orange Coast League foes Saddleback and Calvary Chapel in a tri-meet March 25. The boys' and girls' varsity teams defeated the Roadrunners and Eagles, the girls by scores of 116-24 and 109-10, the boys by finals of 130-28 and 120, 21, respectively. In the girls' competition, the Breakers won every event against Saddleback and all but one (100 breaststroke) against Calvary Chapel. Turning in top times and wins for Laguna was Yoshi Andersen ( 50 freestyle, 26.43 seconds)
NEWS
August 18, 2010
Calvary Chapel of the Harbour, Sunset Beach's only church, has received state approval to move to a new home in Huntington Beach, although it may need one additional permit before it can officially make the move. The California Coastal Commission ruled at its Aug. 11 to 13 meeting in favor of allowing religious assemblies in the district around Peter's Landing Marina. The city has already approved the church's conditional-use permit for the new location, but Planning and Building Director Scott Hess said the commission may also have to approve a coastal development permit, which is similar to a conditional-use permit but applies to developments by the shore.
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Michael Miller | July 14, 2010
"Joe will be standing back here, and this will be the main sanctuary." George Mitchell was giving me a guided tour Monday of the hoped-for future grounds of Calvary Chapel of the Harbour, which has operated for seven years as the only church in Sunset Beach and, if the state's blessing comes through, will move a few blocks away to Huntington Beach by the end of the year. The building is a shell now — stripped-down walls, chalk outlines, piles of rubble lying around — but Mitchell painted the scene as best he could as I struggled to hear him over the rattle of jackhammers.
NEWS
By Michael Miller | April 14, 2010
It was a Good Friday indeed for Calvary Chapel of the Harbour. The Sunset Beach church, believed to be the only one in the history of the unincorporated seaside community, got its final permits April 2 from the city of Huntington Beach to move into a new location on Pacific Coast Highway. With the church awaiting the green light from the California Coastal Commission, Calvary Chapel’s resurrection may still be a ways off. But Pastor Joe Pedick savored the victory nonetheless.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | March 4, 2010
The board already hung on the tennis court fence Tuesday afternoon at Edison High, congratulating five Chargers wrestlers on advancing to this weekend’s CIF State Wrestling Championships at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield. But Erick Zumwalt (135 pounds), Victor Diaz (140 pounds), Aaron Lopez (152), Scott Sire (160) and Weston Hawkins (189) all hope they have at least one more great performance in them. So does Chad Schaeffer of Marina at 145 pounds, as well as Fountain Valley heavyweight Barry Gee. All seven locals have qualified for state after good performances over the weekend at the CIF Southern Section Masters Meet at Temecula Valley High.
NEWS
December 10, 2009
I want to express my gratitude for your article about the church I have attended for the past six years or so — Calvary Chapel of the Harbour (“Prayers for home,” Dec. 3). I was not “looking” for a new church, but as I live in the Harbour, I came across Pastor Joe Pedick’s small church. I have been blessed in so many ways by the family of God who meet there faithfully to honor God and support each other and the community at large. What a blessing to have them in the neighborhood!
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By Britney Barnes and Michael Miller | December 10, 2009
Huntington Beach granted Calvary Chapel of the Harbour, the only church in Sunset Beach, a conditional use permit to leave its cramped quarters and move to a nearby shopping center. The church, which has operated since 2003 out of the Sunset Beach Women?s Club, received permission from the Planning Commission to move into the space vacated by the Red Onion restaurant in Peter?s Landing Marina, 16400 Pacific Coast Hwy. The property is identified as a commercial visitor zone, and the church needed a permit to operate a religious assembly on the premises.
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