Once girls in El Salvadoran orphanages reach the age of 18, it is time for them to leave. Where can they go? They have no family or resources to rely on. They lack the life skills and job skills to be able to make a life for themselves. Too often they are prey for the gangs and others who would take advantage of them.
We at Calvary are trying to make a difference in these young women’s lives. In the summer of 2013 we opened up the House of Hope where these young girls can have a safe haven to stay in. They are taught life skills. They receive vocational training so they can learn to depend on their God given skills and abilities. Most importantly, they are disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ. With this haven and the helping hands of loving Christians they are able to build up not just a life for themselves, but they are also servants for Jesus and are being successful in building His kingdom.
Please click on the links below to learn more about the House of Hope.
If you want to help these young women and in turn help the people of El Salvador, please click on the link in the upper right of the page to make a tax deductible donation to the House of Hope. May God richly bless you as you do.
We are happy to have you visit our website and we appreciate everyone who God directs to join with us in our worship of Him. It is our prayer that those who come will feel the presence of the Lord Jesus and the love of His people.
Calvary Full Gospel is pleased to offer the Selah Dance Academy.
For a brief outline of what Selah Dance Academy is about, click on the ballerina:
Basketball and Indoor Hockey are back for 2014! Click on the above link to learn more.
Sunday Morning Service
All are welcome to join us Sunday mornings at 10 AM for worship and a God inspired message. We are all about conveying the truth from the Bible... Nothing more; Nothing less!!
Wednesday Night Teachings
The Youth Ministry meets in Room 201 with Pastor Kurt. Room 201 will serve as home base for all the various activities Pastor Kurt has in store for you. You won't want to miss them.
The adults are meeting in the chapel for a special series called, "Spiritual Warfare". This is a DVD based study from Dr. David Jeremiah. His radio and television ministry, "Turning Point", reaches millions of people daily with the Gospel. This powerful series is based on the fact that more than one battle in history has been won because one side discovered the battle plans of the other.
We Christians have this advantage over the devil because God has given us plenty of information about him. We are not ignorant of his schemes. Join us as we learn from Dr. Jeremiah all that God has given us to wage this spiritual warfare, and to be victorious.
Child care is provided.
Older children have exciting programs like Mpact for the girls and Royal Rangers for the boys.
Mpact Girls Clubs is a program for winning girls (and preschool boys) to Jesus Christ through love and acceptance. Mpact Clubs provide an environment of support and accountability while helping girls to develop their gifts and abilities. In addition, girls build lifelong relationships with mentors who encourage girls to be spiritual leaders.
The Royal Rangers program is an activity-based, small group church ministry for boys and young men in grades K-12. Our mission is to evangelize, equip and empower the next generation of Christlike men and lifelong servant leaders.
Jesus promised, "I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly" John 10:10. Bring the whole family out on Wednesday nights and discover the life that is here.
Our church is committed to our missions work in El Salvador, Central America. We have sent mission teams down there for the past several years and have a good working relationship with the local ministries and full time missionaries that God has planted there.
Our main desire is for the Children of El Salvador... First and foremost for their salvation, but also, to help with their physical and emotional needs. We are currently operating 2 homes in El Salvador as transistion homes for 18 year olds that are released from orphanages. We call them House of Hope.
That's why when you click on 'Donations' at the top of this page, you will see a place to give for The House of Hope in El Salvador.
A note for those of you that do Missions work elsewhere and might be considering us for support; El Salvador is where we are called, at this time, to do our spiritual, physical and financial work. We do wish you the Lord's blessings in your endeavors, but, our efforts and funding are to go to where God has called us. Right now, that is El Salvador.
Would your Representative help victims of sex trafficking in PA?
So far, there is growing bi-partisan support for State Representative Matthew Baker's bill combating sex trafficking in PA.
Please contact your State Representative today!
- Please contact their office and ask for their support. You really can help make sure your Representative is aware of this legislation and to encourage them to express their support for helping victims being trafficked in our state. Click here to use our Citizen Action Center to send your Representative an email. This will also identify who your State Representative is if you are not sure.
- For more about this bill, see our "Four Bills to Watch This Session" update: pafamily.org/2015/01/watch
If you would like to donate to any of Calvary's ministries, click on the donation link at the top right of this page.
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House of Hope
House of Hope offers help to women and children who face hardship, homelessness and “trafficking” in the nation of El Salvador. Working closely with other Christian organizations, our goal is to restore hope and dignity to those who have been “discarded”.
Our desire is to open as many houses as God will give us, and to abundantly and lovingly meet the needs of those who abide there. I pray you will consider joining Calvary Church in making a difference in these precious lives. Together, we can offer hope to the hopeless. May God bless you for your heart of compassion for these young women, children and families who have no place to call home.
Front Entrance of House of Hope