- Craig and Silvana QuamMontebelluna, ItalyCraig and Silvana Quam
Serving in Montebelluna, Italy Silvana and I arrived in Montebelluna Italy in the fall of 1996 with our 1 yr old daughter abigail to plant the first Calvary Chapel in Italy and also the first Protestant church ever in that city. In the beginning their were only 4 people coming on Sundays but God faithfully began to add to our number and in the Summer of 1997 we were able with great joy to baptize the first new believers who had come to Christ through our ministry. The church continued to grow and in the Summer of 2004 a new Church plant began in the city of Treviso which is about 15 miles south of Montebelluna. In 2005 we had the joy of beginning a new work in the Dolomite Mountains 25 miles north of Montebelluna which is now Calvary Chapel Feltre. In 2007 we started a bible study in the city of Padua which is an hour south of Montebelluna. which now is the Calvary Chapel Padua. In 2008 God allowed us to start an affiliate campus of CCBC Murrieta and in 2010 we began classes in Italian and a bi-lingual campus. In 2012 Pastor Chuck Smith asked Craig to be one of the regional pastors for western Europe and since that time one of his ministries has been to visit and encourage young church planters Italy and Western Europe.
- Dan and Debbie Finfrock
Serving in Mentone, California In 1985 Pastor Dan Finfrock moved his family to the Philippines. He saw the need to train national pastors in how to study the Bible inductively, with an emphasis on becoming expositors of the Word. Since beginning this ministry, thousands of pastors and Christian workers have been taught the Inductive Study Method, and many churches flourish because of this ministry. Staff are now located in the United States, Philippines, Russia, Central America, South America, Mexico, and Africa.
- Dave and Darlys BirdCalvary International Development MinistriesJacmel, Haiti
For over 22 years, Dave & Darlys have served the Lord through short and long term missions. Currently they are in Jacmel, Haiti, sharing the Gospel and God’s love in practical ways.
With an extensive architecture and construction background, Dave shares his skills with Haitians, giving them skills and employment to provide for their families and to pass on to others, thus bettering their broken country.
Along with assisting Dave, Darlys uses her gifting by reaching out to the Haitian children and women through bible study, student sponsorship's, friendship evangelism and discipleship.
Dave & Darlys have two sons, two daughter-in-loves (son’s wives) and four grandchildren. Their home church is Calvary Chapel Chino Hills in Chino, California.
- Jed and Renee Gourley
Jed, Renee, Anna, Elizabeth, Joshua, Rachel and Isaiah Gourley Serving in Tbilisi, Georgia The Gourleys have recently moved to the small nation of Georgia, located in the Caucasus mountain range east of Turkey. Their vision is to plant a church in Tbilisi, the capital city. An official church has now been registered with the government, and outreaches have begun. The Gourleys are also praying about beginning a Russian-speaking pastoral training program that would train leaders to reach into nearby areas that are virtually closed to Western missionaries. The Caucasus region is home to many unreached people groups. Jed and Renee grew up in the same church, Calvary Chapel of Crawfordsville, Indiana. In 1992, Renee left for the mission field at the age of 16 with her family (the Markeys). Jed soon joined the team in Ukraine and began serving the young people who were coming to the Lord. Jed and Renee were married in Kiev, Ukraine in 1994. From 1995-1999, both completed university studies in southern California and returned to the mission field. In the summer of 2006 the Gourleys moved to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan to plant a church in that mostly Muslim country. In 2013, the Lord once again directed them to pull up their tent pegs and move to a new country.
- Jim and Margie Stewart
Serving in Padova, Italy
Jim and Margie were originally from Vista, California. After many years of serving in different ministries, they were asked to move to Baja, Hungary where Jim Pastored a church for 7 years. In September 2009, they moved to Italy to take over a newly formed Bible study in Padova. Jim serves as Senior Pastor at Calvary Chapel Padova, Italy. He also teaches at Calvary Chapel Bible College in Montebelluna. Margie is overseeing the children's ministry and women's ministry.
- Lee and Mary Shaw
Lee serves 11 agencies within the city and county of Napa, CA., working with law enforcement, fire service, and ambulance personnel, providing critical incident response, post-traumatic counseling, and other support necessary for victims and witnesses of crime and trauma. He also provides immediate confidential, personal and family counseling to law enforcement officers, fire fighters, ambulance personnel, and their families.
Lee currently oversees a team of 10 Chaplains that respond to critical incidents, crisis, & other traumatic events. Lee has responded to well over 1,600 tragic deaths and officiated at more than 500 memorials. His team has now assisted over 23,000 people in the Napa community.
- Mark and Gwyn Walsh
Serving in Rotorua, New Zealand
In 1998, their family moved from England to serve with Calvary Chapel Bible College Europe. They started at the Austrian campus and then moved to the campus in Vajta, Hungary. In 2009 they were sent out to establish a Calvary Chapel Bible Institute in Rotorus, New Zealand. They were seeking to train and equip men and women to serve the Lord and impact New Zealand and the surrounding South Pacific Rim. Their vision is expressed in Psalm 2:8 ("Ask of me and I will give you the nations for your inheritance, and the ends of the earth for your possession"). Their desire is to be a part of seeing Messiah have an inheritance in the nations. Their heart is to make disciples in keeping with 2 Timothy 2:2.
- Pierre and Nancy Petrignani
Serving in Nice, France
Pierre is the senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Nice, France. “Pierre met his wife Nancy in France, his home country. Soon after, they moved to Seattle, Washington, her hometown. There, they both met the Lord in 1983 at Calvary Fellowship. Feeling called to reach the French people, they moved to Nice, France, in 1992 and started Calvary Chapel Nice. Over the last two decades, the Lord has sent team members out from Nice to start churches in Paris, Lyon, and Chambéry.”
- Robin and Alison Turner
Robin and Alison left England in 2000 to serve at the Calvary Chapel Bible College in both Austria and later Hungary. In 2004 they returned to Austria to oversee a variety of discipleship programs and Christian Retreats at the Castle (Schloss Heroldeck), along with pastoring Calvary Chapel Spittal
In 2017 Robin moved into a full-time role as Pastor of Calvary Chapel Spittal where he and his wife serve the Austrian community of Spittal
"Our vision is to disciple believers, provide a place of refreshment and renewal for believers and in particular those who serve the body of Christ, and to teach the Word of God faithfully, consistently and expectantly."
- Troy and Rebekah Sammons
Troy, Rebekah, Dakota, Kate, Hope, and Azariah Sammons Serving in Nakuru, Kenya Troy and Rebekah, through Christian Veterinary Mission (CVM) went to Nakuru, Kenya to live and serve with an organization called ROHI (named after YAHWEH, Rohi, meaning Lord is my Shepherd). ROHI's primary role is to provide love, shelter and education to orphaned boys and girls that would otherwise live on the streets in Nakuru, or in home unable to care for them. Troy uses his veterinary background to work in several capacities: managing onsite dairy and poultry projects for the nutritional needs of the children: providing animal husbandry education and hands on experience for the ROHI students: and the most extensive, is developing animal projects within the communities and families from which the students come. Rebekah's main role is as mom to their three girls Dakota, Kate and Hope. She also works with Troy at ROHI helping to host visiting teams and assisting with infant orphanages in the area. As a family their goal is to pour out practical love on the students and families living in Nakuru, Kenya, and to be able to share the hope of salvation and eternity found in Christ.