In response to the global pandemic of fear that is ongoing, we as a Church are mobilizing to combat this devastating catastrophe. We believe that we should be a steady anchor in this storm by:
1 - Demonstrating tangible love
2 - Reaching out to those in need
3 - Speaking faith, peace and hope
4 - Creating space to worship
When we actively demonstrate these three core factors, we believe that we will see a change. Below you will find a few ways that we are taking action.
I believe that in spite of the circumstances that are affecting the entire world, God has made you more than a conqueror and He will see you through.
Pastor Joshua Pinkston
We are back to our in person gatherings! This is an exciting time because we all need each other. For those who aren't able or comfortable with returning, we still have our Online Church Experience for you. We want to bring Church into your homes and lives in any way we can.
Sunday: 10:10 AM MST - Sunday Service
Tuesday & Thursday: 12 PM MST - Live Prayer https://www.facebook.com/desertvalleychurch
Wednesday: 12 PM - Midweek Encouragement
Our facilities are scrubbed, cleaned, disinfected, aired-out and shined every week just so you can see the love of God in every way possible. We believe in excellence in all that we do and this includes cleanliness.
You will notice that all volunteers and staff wear face masks and that they are continually working to help create safe, stress free environments for you. They do this, and so much more, so that you can feel at ease and have an amazing Church experience. We also encourage you to wear a mask until you get to your seat as well. In this way, all who come in can be ensured that we all are thinking of each other.
We love hugs but we encourage you to show love another way instead. Normally a hug or a hand-shake is a welcome demonstration of affection, but right now, the person you might want to hug might not welcome the space invasion. That is okay, just show how much you care verbally or open a door for someone. There are many ways to show people you care, even at a distance. That is why we have socially distanced the rows in our Auditorium, to create space to worship without distraction.