SPREADING the word of God and offering thanks to those who have supported the Calvary Assemblies of God church marked the church's golden jubilee celebrations that ends today.
Reverend Dennis Keshwant said they were expecting about 400 people a day.
"Starting in 1963, the church has shone as a beacon of hope for the community and we want everyone to come and celebrate this occasion with us," Mr Keshwant said.
"The fellowship at the start of the church was multiracial.
"Sometime in the 1980s, Fijians of Indian descent bought the land the church stands on today and here we are.
"Key figures in the growth of the church have been people like James Krishna who have been a tower of strength for the church.
"Even though the church went through its fair share of problems, the support of some individuals has led the church and its members to where we are today.
"The celebrations now will continue until Sunday and we are looking forward to the support from the public to help us celebrate this occasion."