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A Few Words About Us

New Hope at Calvary Church is located in the city of New Britain near Hartford Connecticut. New Britain is a distinct city that offers many opportunities for exploring the richness of the city’s history and culture, its parks and institutions. However, as with any urban city, drugs, crime, unemployment, and a general sense of depression and anxiety are common problems that people face.

We believe that such problems are inherently spiritual and relational, and that having a personal relationship with Jesus Christ is an essential first step on a journey towards attaining spiritual, mental, and physical well-being. As we work to build our community, we discover how to share the love of Christ by building one another up and strive to reach out to our city and beyond, bringing the hope of Jesus Christ into their lives.

Pastors Alan And Jessy Totire became pastors of our church in December of 2015. Pastor Alan grew up in Ohio, yet he has roots in Connecticut. Pastor Jessy is originally from Kerala India, where her parents were AG pastors and church-planters. Before becoming pastors in New Britain, they have lived and ministered in several different Asian countries. This was followed by eight years in Chicago, Illinois, where they were involved in intercultural ministry and church planting.

Together, they have cast the vision for New Hope at Calvary to be a multicultural missional church in New Britain that shares the love of Jesus Christ with its neighbors.

Lead Pastor:  Rev. Alan Totire

Pastor: Rev. Jessy Totire

Our Beliefs

We are a missional church within the Assemblies of God tradition that seeks to be relevant, contemporary, and Biblical within an increasingly post-Christian generation.

We welcome anyone who desires to serve the city with us to help participate in Jesus' mission of spiritual and ethnic/racial reconciliation, and to  seek ways towards bringing about unity in the midst of diversity.