• A/V Ministry

    Audio/Video Ministry

    The Audio/Video Team is responsible for the accurate and clear recording and duplication of sermons, and audio integrity of service. This includes the monitoring of the sound and video throughout service and troubleshooting any technical complications that may arise. We, as well meet requests for sermons, by their prompt duplication and distribution. We also are responsible for the website and uploading of sermons for internet download, podcast and web listening. We think of ourselves as "modern-day scribes" (not like those in the Gospel accounts) similar to Tertius. (Rom. 16:22) Though we may not always see the impact of it in the life of many of those recipients; we continue in faith that God’s eternal Word changes their lives.
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  • Rest N Reality

    Rest-N-Reality

    What is your definition of reality? What defines your worldview? These are serious questions that even our young people are faced with today. In a world that says that reality is "whatever you make it to be" we know this to be a false view. How do we know this? We know this by the Truth of God's Word. This Truth is the foundation of the Rest n’ Reality ministry.

    How do we convey this Truth? By connecting young people to the cause of Christ, through biblical discipleship and holistic
development. In other words, we strive to show the students through God's Word (the Bible) and our lives (life-on-life discipleship)
what it means to disconnect from the "patterns of this world" and connect to Jesus (Rom. 12:2).

    Rest-N-Reality seeks to fulfill this by teaching middle and high school students about God's view on every issue of mainstream media and how the Gospel relates to current events. On Sunday's, the students walk through various books of the Bible such as: Galatians, Ephesians, Colossians, Philemon, Jonah, Hebrews, James, etc. with purpose of understanding how God and the scriptures relate to everyday life.

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  • Honeypot

    The Honeypot

    How sweet are thy words unto my taste! Yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth! -Psalm 119:103

    The HoneypotThough a bookstore might be considered a novelty, we want you to know we consider this a ministry: For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ: Ephesians 4:12. Our aim is to equip.


    Like any other ministry, you will have the privilege of watching this one grow. But your help is needed: Prayer. Please pray that we would be able to provide the best of equipping resources: From children’s books to doctrine, to practical Christian living, to Apologetics (defending the faith), to Jewish Studies; also, counseling, marriage, parenting, and more.


    We, your servants, will be glad to help you in any way we can. If you have any suggestions, please don’t hesitate to let us know.

    Sunday Hours

    8:30 AM - 9:00 AM (Before First Service)
    11:00 AM - 11:30 AM (Before Second Service)
    1:30 PM - 2:30 PM (After Second Service)
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  • Sparkle

    "Sparkle" Crew

    Even though we don't believe God dwells in a building as He did in the Old Testament and that we, His people, are now His holy temple we still serve God in respect to the facility we use to meet and worship God together in. So the purpose of this ministry is to beautify and maintain the appearance and cleanliness of the grounds and building of Antioch with a humble heart focused on honoring our God. This ministry is responsible for the cleaning and preparation of the church to function for worship and other church functions and events. Due to issues of time-sensitivity surrounding worship and other events, we begin early on Sundays and are required to arrive in ample enough time before all events at which we serve. Typical duties include (but aren't limited to): the cleaning and setting up of the bathrooms, the kitchen, the sanctuary and Sunday school classrooms before the start of service.
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  • Greeters/Ushers

    Greeters/Ushers

    God's Word says for us to be "given to hospitality." (Rom. 12:13) This takes on many forms practically and one is through the ushers and greeters. The purpose of the ministry is to display and operate in the spirit of godly hospitality by greeting everyone who enters the doors of Antioch with God's love and grace and maintaining a welcoming, hospitable and service-driven atmosphere during worship service, Bible study and other events at Antioch of Calvary Chapel. We are responsible for welcoming and assisting people as they enter Antioch for worship service, bible study and other events.

    Ushers are responsible for distributing bulletins and pertinent materials before and during service, helping to seat people, providing directions to the restrooms, bookstore, Sunday school classrooms, children’s church area and other common areas of the building and assisting with any special needs that may arise.

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  • Hospitality

    Hospitality

    "Willingly giving of oneself." Isn't this an essential attribute of those who are born again? John 3:16 says, "God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son that whosoever believe in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life." The loving and gracious gift of God's Son (Jesus Christ) is our cause to give to others. We are also told that if we give to those who are in need, it is as if we are doing it for the Lord Himself. (Matthew 25:40)

    In a world of that teaches us to gain things dishonestly and breeds in us a desire to gather as much material possessions as this life would allow, the Bible teaches us to give in order for us to gain a heavenly reward. Our service is to those who cannot enjoy the benefits of the physical fellowship of believers. Our service is to those who are in need of the comforting love of Christ through other believers. To those that hunger--a meal, to those that thirst--a drink of water, to those who are naked--clothing, the love of Christ is shown by this living faith.

    The hospitality team seeks to minister to the physical needs of the body of Christ. This is represented by preparing and/or serving meals at monthly church fellowships. The greatest need currently, however, is ministering to individuals who need assistance with various tasks.

    This can include but not limited to:

    • meal preparation
    • making visits and phone calls
    • providing transportation
    • delivery of meals
    • light cleaning
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  • Shuttle

    Shuttle Service

    This is our service is primarily for, but not limited to, college students in the surrounding area (UPenn, Drexel, etc.) who don't have the transportation to get to service or who may not be as familiar with the area. So if you wish to worship with us on Sunday let us serve you by bringing you to the front door.

    The schedule is as follows:

    Departs Antioch Departs 39th & Walnut Streets
    __________ 8:30am
    __________ 8:40am
    __________ 8:50am
    11:00am 11:05am
    11:10am 11:15am
    11:20am 11:25am
    11:30am __________
    1:15pm __________
    1:25pm __________
    1:35pm __________
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  • Servants’ Interview

    Servants' Interviews

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  • Serving at Antioch

    We ask that you attend Antioch for at least three (3) months before joining a ministry. You may download a Servants Application below.

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    Please submit all completed applications to pastor Talib Smith.

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