We believe that a vital part of a local church is the support of the missionaries and the mission field. (Acts 1:8, Matt 28:19-20) Although not all can be sent, all can participate in the support of those who are sent. Calvary Christian Church is privileged to support a variety of mission endeavors throughout different parts of the world and these are a couple of them:
Door of Hope Orphanage- Who we are
At a beautiful location on the island of Palawan we have established a children’ s home called the Door of Hope. The property consists of 12 acres, about four of which have been planted to pineapple, citrus trees and a variety of other fruit trees. A lovely stream intersects the property, supplying fresh water all year long. In 2007 we completed the first home for children. It is a duplex that can accommodate about 15 girls on one side and 15 boys on the other. The cornerstone of our staff consists of house parents who are drawn from a large fellowship of churches called Philippine Christian Fellowship. The hundreds of mature men and women of high integrity provide us with a wonderful resource of people with proven moral character, who are willing to lay down their lives for children who otherwise would have no hope. The children do not enter an institutional atmosphere, but in every way possible we strive to make them feel a part of a loving family. The house parents will fulfill the need in each child to have a mother and father image that will care for them as if they were their own children.
Door of Hope Overseers, Luke and Annie Pierson
Founders, John and Joy Stutzman
Calvary Christian Fellowship-
Calvary Christian Fellowship is a non-profit, non-denominational full gospel Christian Church. Calvary Christian Fellowship of Pasig is an outreach and a church-planting of Calvary Christian Church in Royal Oak, Michigan.
Calvary Christian Fellowship is ministering to the urban poor through its Livelihood Programs, Feeding Program, Education Sponsorship, and Health and Medical Projects.
Pastor and Founders, Nelson and Ellaine Praxidio