Our GO! Mission
“But when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, you will receive power and will tell people about me everywhere — in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth." Acts 1:8 NLT
We are called to Go! with the message of Jesus Christ. At Calvary Church, we GO! globally and locally.
Our "ends of the earth" is the globe. We seek to go global with the message of Jesus Christ. This call to missions is achieved as we give and go to the ends of the world. Our local Nazarene Missions International (NMI) ministry helps us stay connected to our global mission efforts through monthly meetings, opportunities to support missionaries through Faith Promise (our annual pledge towards missions), and yearly mission trips. Our "Samaria" is the regions and states around us. Through the Church of the Nazarene, we particpate in Work & Witness Trips, Crisis Care Kits.
Our "Jerusalem" is Annandale/Fairfax/Metro DC, the areas local to us. We are called to make our first mission field our home mission field. Missions' starts at home in our families, our neighborhoods, on our jobs and in our schools. Our church’s geographic mission field is within a five-mile radius of where we are located. To accomplish this, we partner with several local non-profits who are serving the people of our community.
IF is a ministry that caters to the needs of International Students in NOVA college, helping them to get plugged into the community and ministryiing to their spiritual needs as well.
Bethany House is a shelter and resource for women and children experiencing crisis transitions.
Annandale Christian Coalition for Action
ACCA provides early childhood care and education, food, rental assistance, furniture, and other services to low-income families in the Annandale/Bailey's Crossroads area.
The Lamb Center
The Lamb Center is a non-profit serving the poor and homeless, transforming lives, and sharing God's love in the community.
Hypothermia Prevention Program
This unique partnership between Fairfax County, non-profits, and houses of faith provides a dinner and warm bed for people who would otherwise be out in the cold.