Burn 24-7 Calgary is the local extension of  Burn 24-7.com

We endeavour to create a worship environment dedicated to the continuous presence of God.  To soak up the spirit of God and be readied for his will and his work.  

The mission of Burn Calgary and Burn 24-7 is based on Amos 9:11-12 and Acts 15:15-17.

There we learn that the Father is rebuilding  "David's Tent" (Tabernacle) so that the world can seek him.

We believe the Burn 24-7 events are a part of the "Tent" God has intended.

These events are for everyone to enjoy and participate in. 
Jump in at any time and be free to contend in the spiritual, be refreshed and recharged!

What would it look like if the body of Christ in our City united together towards a common goal? 
We would go further, we would be stronger, we would see God's love invade our hearts and City!
Phillipians 2:2 says: "Complete my joy by being of the same mind, having the same love, being in full accord and of one mind." (ESV)


After years of praying, dreaming, strategizing and planning, The Burn 24-7 Calgary has been blessed with an opportunity to host regular Burn events at a fixed location!

Come celebrate with us on April 23rd  for 4 hours of continuous worship and prayer. There is limited capacity due to Covid restrictions so please be sure to register ahead of time to attend. There is additional parking available for us at Sacred Heart Church.

About this Event

Come join us as we lift up the name of Jesus and pray for our cities, provinces and nation.

We are living in unprecedented times as governments all around the world are implementing directives to limit close contact in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus. In order to comply with Alberta Health guidelines for worship gatherings, our maximum attendance is capped at 120 people, including staff and volunteers.

While we have developed a safety plan and will have measures in place, including sanitizing stations, encouraging social distancing and a limited supply of optional complimentary masks, please keep in mind that this is a public gathering. We will do what we can to direct and monitor the event, but we ask that everyone take part in helping create a safe event by following Alberta guidelines and registering prior to the event for the specific hours you will attend. We also ask that you conduct a self-assessment before coming. If any of the following apply, we ask that you please stay home:

- fever

- new onset of cough or worsening of chronic cough

- new or worsening shortness of breath

- new or worsening difficulty breathing

- sore throat

- runny nose

- chills

- painful swallowing

- stuffy nose

- headache

- muscle or joint ache

- feeling unwell, fatigue or severe exhaustion

- nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or unexplained loss of appetite

- loss of sense of smell or taste

- conjunctivitis (pink eye)

- you have been in contact with someone known to have COVID-19

- you have travelled outside Canada within the last 14 days

It is important to us that we collectively demonstrate love, kindness and a heart to bless each other in this time.

It is in times like these that many are looking for hope and peace and we, the Church, have the only answer, Jesus! He has already defeated death and the grave. We have a tremendous opportunity to demonstrate the love of Christ and reveal what it's like to walk in faith and not fear, panic or anxiety. In the midst of this, we also encourage you to continue worshiping, praying and declaring God's narrative over yourself, your family and this global situation. Clothe yourselves in thanksgiving and praise, fix your eyes on Jesus, and trade fear and heaviness for His all-encompassing love, peace and joy!