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Calvary Life Fellowship 
c/o Pastor Willem (Bill)  Hekman, D.D., D.Min.
Amartapura Condominium
Tower B 19 E
Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang 15811, Indonesia

Tel./Fax (62-21) 5460-0231
Hp +6281311347018

Office hours 9:30am – 18.00pm
Days Open Monday - Saturday

Church Office. Amartapura Tower B, 3 A
Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang 15811,
Tel. 547-4828

Contact Persons:

Pastor Willem (Bill) Hekman, D.Min., D.D. 542-00231, +62813-11347018
Yanti Harefa, Church Secretary Tel. 547-4828. +62852-13271553

Fellowship with Calvary Life

Membership is open to men, women and children of all nationalities and denominations. Current membership - 150. The church has been active since Oct. 1998.

Worship services are held at the Imperial Country Club adjacent to Imperial Aryaduta Hotel in Lippo Karawaci, Tangerang, Banten Province, starting at 10 AM each Sunday. It takes about 30 minutes via Merak Toll Road from West Jakarta to Lippo Karawaci.

Services and most activities are held in English.

About Calvary Life Fellowship

  • Calvary Life has international and interdenominational worship services on Sundays. We welcome all regardless of religious and denominational identity.
  • Sunday School is conducted in two classes for the small and bigger children at the same time as the sermon to the adults.
  • Snacks and fellowship follow each service.
  • Present members are from Australia, Cameroon, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Indonesia, Liberia, Korea, Netherlands, Nigeria, Philippines, Singapore and USA.
  • Prayer Service and Bible Study is held each Wednesday evening at 7.30 PM in the Church Office.
  • A Victory Service is conducted each Friday evening at 19.30 at the Church Office.
  • The worship service is non-formal with opportunity to share prayer requests and testimonies.
  • There are opportunities for ministries such as teaching Sunday School classes, play musical instruments, sing in the worship team, lead Bible Studies, teach English in a nearby Bible College, be involved in local mission outreach projects and host Good News Clubs for Indonesian children in your home.
  • Some mission projects are supporting 6 Bible Schools, 300 Good News Clubs throughout Indonesia, and provide school fees for needy children. We also support several Indonesian Christian workers and 10 Indonesian overseas missionaries serving in, Cambodia, Canada, Madagascar, Malawi, Mongolia and South Africa.
  • There is a lending library of English books.
  • Calvary Life Fellowship is registered under Gereja Keristen Anugerah,  with the Ministry of Religion and with the Community of Christian Churches of Indonesia. (PGI)
  • We have Indonesian-speaking branch churches in Tangerang and Nias Island.
  • The Church conducts a Bible Correspondence School called Mt. Zion International Bible Institute with over 30 courses.
  • One unique aspect of those attending is that about 75 of our members are professional soccer players.

 

Last updated June 1, 2012

 

 

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