Who We Are

Jesus founded His church on a


rock. So did we.


Your first impression is our first priority. Jesus Christ has given us an amazing story to tell – and we consider every Calvary Charismatic Centre service, from the smiling faces at the front door to the final chord of the closing song, a chance to share that story with you!

We believe everyone has a meaningful part to play in the Kingdom of God, called to proclaim and demonstrate the gospel to the world. As we respond to needs, from one end of the earth to the other, we plant churches and impact communities with God’s love so we might see His Kingdom come and His will be done.



In Jesus’ teaching salvation is linked to the advance of God’s kingdom, which is in turn linked to Jesus’ own person. By using God’s kingdom as a circumlocution for salvation, Jesus deepens the Old Testament conviction that salvation belongs to God, for the kingdom signifies a sphere of reality in which God reigns sovereign. The disciples themselves responded to Jesus’ teaching about the kingdom with the question “Who then can be saved?” ( Mark 10:23-26 ). That Jesus understood himself to be that bringer of God’s kingdom is evident in the claim following his synagogue reading, “Today this scripture is fulfilled in your hearing” ( Luke 4:21 ).

Salvation belongs to those who follow Jesus, bringer and embodiment of God’s kingdom.
Salvation is described as the mystery of God that is now revealed ( Eph 3:9 ; 6:19 ), a plan conceived before the foundations of the world ( Eph 1:3-14 ), a light for revelation to the Gentiles ( Luke 2:30-32 ), a transition from death to life ( John 5:24 ), a message especially for sinners ( Mark 2:17 ), a gift of grace through faith not of works ( Eph 2:8-9 ), that for which the whole creation groans ( Rom 8:22 ), the revelation of God’s righteousness to faith and for faith ( Rom 1:16-17 ), the justification that comes through faith ( Rom 4:22-25 ), reconciliation ( 2 Cor 5:18-19 ), and redemption ( Rom 8:23 ). In response to Nicodemus’s statement, salvation is said to be a spiritual birth, a birth from above without which one cannot enter the kingdom ( John 3:1-11 ). Salvation means death to and freedom from sin ( Rom 6 ), a new perspective that transcends the human point of view and participation in a new creation ( Rom 5:16-17 ), peace with God ( Rom 5:1 ), life as adopted children of God’s ( Gal 4:4 ), baptism into Christ’s death ( Rom 6:4 ), and the reception of the Holy Spirit ( Rom 5 , 8 ).



Communicating the message of Christ to reach the lost, encourage the church, and strengthen the believer with dynamic programs and quality facilities.





Calvary Charismatic Centre strives to give honor and glory to God through Jesus Christ by educating Christians in a loving, nurturing environment to be committed and productive Christians in all areas of this life and in preparation for eternity. We, Calvary Charismatic Centre, believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God, that Jesus Christ is God’s son, and that the Holy Spirit dwells in each believer. We believe that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God and that God seeks to reconcile His creation to Himself. We believe that Christianity promotes high ideals, develops strong character, and holds the only promise for eternal life with God. In light of each member’s individuality, we seek to promote the development of his/her mind and character.



Committed Christians Forfilling A Great Commission.


1 Christ-centered, reverent services of worship where the Bible is believed, taught and preached.

2 An atmosphere in which the Bible is communicated in such a way as to provide God’s clear answers to the deepest questions of the soul.

3 A ministry that points to the all-sufficiency of the crucified and risen Savior, Jesus Christ, who desires to bring peace, comfort and assurance to men, women and children.

4 A deep and personal confrontation with God’s Word so that you might be moved and motivated to spiritually grow, change and consider the living God and your relationship to Him.