Outreach
 
Calvary Chapel is committed to serving the greater Nashua Area. We look to serve the community for the sake of Christ. Our greatest desire is that all come to know Jesus. As servants of Christ, we also know that He showed us how to love:
"For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in. I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me. I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me. (Mat 25:35-36, 40 NIV)"   
We would love to be of service to you; If you are in need, visit us some Sunday, and let's see what Christ may do to meet your need together! Therefore, Calvary Chapel has also committed to supporting and co-ministering with the following organizations:
  CareNet Pregnancy Center (CPC)
Located at 110 Main St, the CPC ministers to pregnant women emotionally, through counseling, spiritually through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and by providing materialistic necessities such as maternity and baby clothing, food, cribs, and other essentials to motherhood. If you would like to donate clothing, baby items, or your time, you can find out how at 883-9355. If you are pregnant, or you think you might be, the CPC would love to minister to you; for assistance, contact them at: 883-1122 or at http://www.carenetnh.org/
 


  Southern NH Rescue Mission

Located on Chestnut street in Nashua the Southern New  Hampshire Rescue Mission seeks to minister to the homeless and near-homeless in our community with the Love and Gospel of Christ.  The mission looks to minister to the whole person by providing food, shelter, and an opportunity to come alongside and lend a helping hand up from a persons current circumstances.  http://www.nashuarescuemission.org/

 
  Conor & Koren McNamee
Conor & Koren McNamee have been church planting in Ukraine since 2000. Currently they are planting a church in a city in Northern Ukraine called Chernigov. Chernigov is a city of 300,000 people where the gospel is virtually unknown. Since coming to Ukraine the McNamee family has focused on church planting and ministering to orphans and the disabled. Conor is a pastor at Chernigov Bible Church. They also have the blessing of raising their three children, Gavin, Emma and Arden.
 
Teen Challenge New England & New Jersey   Teen Challenge
 Teen Challenge New England & New Jersey was one of the first Teen Challenge ministries founded in the United States. Life-changing residential recovery programs provide a faith-filled approach for helping drug addicts and alcoholics transform their lives.By applying Biblical principles, Teen Challenge endeavors to help people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well, and spiritually alive.  Teen Challenge operates local campuses in Manchester and Nashua.  Once a year their mens choir visits CCN for a sunday service.  For more info, visit  http://www.tcnewengland.org 
 
  Anthony and Irene
Anthony and Irene have been serving the Lord in Israel for seven years, Their promary focus at present is on student ministry, and are doing discipleship and outreach on the university campus. They also really love to play music for the Lord, both in outreach at local coffee houses, and in worship in Hebrew at the local congregation. Please pray for protection against spiritual attacks, wisdom, boldness, and both physical and spiritual stamina as they try to be witness in the secular Jewish state of Israel. God has brouhgt the Jewish people back to the Land, and now we are waiting to see Him soften their hearts and breathe life in to the dry bones. He has gathered! (Ezek. 36-37) Come Yeshua (Jesus) Come!
You can hear some of Anthony and Irene’s music by their band acoustiYah by visiting http://www.acounstiyah.com/