The Packinghouse Christian Fellowship

The Packinghouse Christian Fellowship is a Christian church located in Redlands, California. It was established in 1979. The fellowship also includes a Christian school called Packinghouse Christian Academy. The church's former name was Calvary Chapel Redlands.

The senior pastor of the church is Ed Rea. The vision at The Packinghouse Christian Fellowship is "Knowing God And Making Him Known." While being strongly evangelistic, Pastor Ed teaches one Saturday evening (6:30 p.m.) and three Sunday morning services at 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Pastor Greg Opean teaches the Wednesday (7p.m.) and Sunday evening (6:30 p.m.) services.

At the beginning of each service, the Packinghouse Worship Band a Christian Rock Band performs well known Christian rock songs. Every week the Packinghouse invites a known Christian artist. They have already had Newsboys, Sonic Flood, Phil Keaggy, Jars of Clay, etc.. Each service is streamed live on the church website in a webcast and can also be viewed in an archived format.

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