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MEET OUR ADMINISTRATION

  • Dr. Chester Kulus

    Pastor, Principal, Teacher

  • David Pearson

    Administrator





History of Calvary Christian School

1970

Pastor Richard Anderson moves to New Hampshire to start a separated, Bible believing local church. He begins Fellowship Bible Chapel in Laconia, now CIBC in Tilton.

1974

A number of believers from the Plymouth area prevail upon Pastor Anderson to hold services in Plymouth. CIBC is started first at the grange hall and later in their own building at its present location on Yeaton Road.

1976

CCS begins in Pastor Anderson's home but only with Kindergarten.

1977

CCS moves to Calvary Independent Baptist Church of Plymouth's auditorium and basement; first through sixth grades are added. Mills Davis becomes the first principal.

1978-1980

Two grades are added each year to CCS completing K-12 grades.

1981

CCS graduates three students in the first Graduating Class.

1982

Construction begins on the main school building.

1984

Construction completed! CCS begins the school year with 111 students and a new building.

1997

After many years of planning and fund raising, CCS opens the gymnasium.

2002

Construction is completed for CIBC's auditorium expansion.

2007

Pastor Anderson goes to be with the Lord. Pastor Kulus becomes Principal and Pastor.



Statement of Faith

1

Bible

We believe that all the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament are verbally inspired by God; they are preserved without error unto this day and forever; and they are the only authority for faith and practice. We also believe that the King James Version is God's perfect Word in the English language.

2

God

We believe in one God, creator, and sustainer of the universe, Who is eternally existent in three persons - God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit.

3

Christ

We believe in the Deity of Jesus Christ, His virgin birth, sinless life, His death to pay the penalty for our sins, His bodily resurrection, His exaltation at God's right hand, and His personal, imminent, and pre-tribulation return.

4

Sin

We believe that all men have sinned. Therefore, all men are guilty before God and will face eternal condemnation if they do not repent.

5

Salvation

We believe that any and all who receive Jesus Christ by faith are born again of the Holy Spirit; therefore, they are the children of God and eternally saved. The Holy Spirit dwells within every believer to enlighten, guide, and enable him in life, testimony, and service.

 

6

Gifts

We believe that God gives spiritual gifts to all believers for the building up of the body of Christ. However, we believe that some gifts of the Spirit (such as tongues and healings) were limited to the early church. We believe that God answers the prayers of His people and meets their needs according to His purpose.

7

Resurrection

We believe in the bodily resurrection of the just and unjust. The saved will be raised to dwell eternally with God in Glory; the lost will face everlasting, conscious punishment in the Lake of Fire.

8

Separation

We believe that all believers are called to a life of separation. This includes separation from all worldly, sinful practices and alliances and also from false worship and false religion.

9

Love

We believe God's people should love one another as a sign to the world that we are Jesus' disciples. The Bible defines love as the keeping of God's Commandments (II John 6); two of which concern separating from certain brethren (II Corinthians 5:9-11; II Thessalonians 3:6,14).

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A more detailed statement of faith is available upon request.