Calvary greetings and welcome to TBCC website. We trust that you will be blessed and inspired to love and to serve the Lord more effectively. Our desire and sole purpose is to reach out to the whole person with intentions to present every one blameless and holy before the Lord.
The bible says there is joy in heaven over one soul that repenteth and acknowledge Jesus Christ as Christ and Lord of his or her personal life. We recockon that it is this kind of encounter with Christ that make us experience a relationship with the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. There are three things that become prominant in this kind of relationship and that is worship, fellowship, discipleship, missions and evangelism. It is for this reason we extend our invitation to visit us whenever you are in or around our vacinity.
Our services are very informal and userfriendly for every one to follow easily and enjoy him or her self. No one will stare at you instead someone will extend a hand of fellowship to you. Infact here is a joke. It is said one day a shabby man decided to visit a church nearby and it so happen that the members of the church were not impressed by his look and smell.
When the presidng pastor greet people at the end of the service he said to this man " Good to see you. Next time when you come to church you must ask Jesus what to wear." The next Sunday the man came the same as he was last Sunday and this time around people were fedup. They made all sorts of funny actions to show the pastor that he must chase him away.
As the pastor was greeting the people by the door after church when a turn come for this man to greet the pastor the pastor said to him; Good to see you again, but why did you not dress up for church?" The man humbly said to the pastor "I prayed to Jesus to show me what to wear and he said to me; "I am sorry I can't tell you because I have not been to that church (.) myself "
..... He who is kind to the poor lends to the Lord Prov.19:17 .....
Pastor Mashigo, the building inspector Mr. Nkwane and the builder Mr Gadebe discussing the building plan