About Gino Geraci
Gino Geraci is the founding Pastor of Calvary South Denver. Gino accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior March 3, 1973 at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa. Gino grew in his relationship with the Lord during the “Jesus Movement” and has been closely linked to Calvary Chapel ministries, Chuck Smith and Skip Heitzig. He met and married his wife Mary in the Inland Empire of San Bernardino County. The Geraci family have three sons; Miguel, Anthony, and Jonathan.
Gino received his undergraduate degree (B.S.) from the University of San Francisco. He spent seven years employed with the Department of Social Services of San Bernardino County. Gino received his P.O.S.T. certification through Rio Hondo Academy. Gino has served as a police chaplain for Chino Police Department; Denver Police Department and currently serves as a Police Chaplain for the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Department.
Gino began his radio career at a small station in the desert community of Apple Valley California. He has since appeared on scores of national and local radio programs as a guest; television appearances with Lee Stroebel’s Faith Under Fire; local T.V. affiliates (NBC; CBS; ABC and FOX).Gino has provided emergency service support in many national tragedies. He was a first responder at Columbine High School, Ground Zero in New York, and Platte Canyon High School.
Gino is a much sought after conference speaker. He has conducted leadership conferences, Bible Conferences, and emergency service support conferences with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Samaritans’ Purse, Gospel for Asia in India, and Sri Lanka, the Bible League in Africa; Food For The Poor in Jamaica; Mike McIntosh Crusades in Mexico; Somebody Loves You Bible Conferences with Raul Ries in Chile, Columbia, Peru and Pastor’s conferences in much of the continental United States. Gino is currently the Pastor of Calvary South Denver where he continues to minister, preach, teach, and serve.
Pastor Gino can be reached on the main church line at 303-933-8733