The aim was to serve the spiritual and practical needs of the people living in the immediate area. To this day and beyond, the church exists for the people outside its walls.
Numbers attending the church grew steadily and by 1988 there were around 50 or so people coming regularly and the need for a permanent building became apparent. Two years later in May 1990, building work started in Stallings Lane, by Christmas we were in and getting ready for the opening in 1991. The new Church building proved to be a springboard for further growth in many different ways.
Over the next 15 years Calvary would grow in many ways, the weekly programme became packed with clubs, events and meetings and by 2004 over 300 people were regularly attending Sunday Services.
Calvary today is so different to what it was back in 1985 with many and varied activities in addition to the regular Sunday services and weekly programmes! What of the future? Well who knows!