CCBCE ministries are connected to, and is doctrinally aligned with, Calvary Chapel.
Calvary Chapel is a non-denominational church movement focused on the inerrancy of the Bible and the expository teaching from Genesis to Revelation. Click here for a Doctrinal Statement. Click here for more information on Calvary Chapel.
Bible: CCBCE places a priority on the Scripture. We demonstrate this desire by teaching verse-by-verse through various books of the Bible. Upon graduation, students will have studied through all 66 books of the Bible.
Missions: Every semester all CCBCE students--regardless of program--are part of one ten day outreach, and one weekend outreach. Outreach teams are primarily sent to existing Calvary Chapel ministries throughout Europe and beyond. These ministries are often led and/or supported by former CCBCE students. God often puts a burden on the hearts of students for specific areas of ministry, culture, people group, and/or location during these outreach opportunities. 275 former CCBCE students are serving, or have served, on the foreign mission field.
Fellowship: Since nearly all staff lives on campus, there is a unique dynamic between staff and students at CCBCE. Meals are eaten together. Staff serves alongside students on weekend functions. Many of the staff go on, or lead outreaches. We meet weekly for time(s) of Bible study, prayer, worship, and communion. Additionally, every student is plugged into a home fellowship held at staff members home.
International: Our student body is made up of various cultures, nationalities, languages, and denominations. Not only do we go out, but the Lord brings the mission field to CCBCE. Students share rooms with, eat with, learn and serve alongside, students from a culture that is not their own. This adds a special dynamic, that is a small sample of the diversity of the Body of Christ. 15 nations are represented in our current student body
Golgota Teológiai Föiskola (Calvary Chapel Bible College Europe) has been accredited by The Ministry of Education and Culture in the Republic of Hungary, a member of the European Higher Education Area (operational permit number: OH-FHF/1819-8/2009).
In basic terms, we are accredited by the Hungarian Ministry of Education, under the authority of the European Union (EU) to offer a B.A. in Theology.
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Outreaches are required for all students. We can't say enough regarding the degree of impact outreaches have on each student.