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Missions

The Desert Vineyard has deep roots in international mission activity since our founding as a church. We believe God has a desire for all people to be reached with his word and love. From supporting compassionate work around the world, to planting churches and sending missionaries, we are leaning into the call of God to advance his Kingdom to every tribe, tongue and nation.

DV Missions Small Group

On the 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month, our Desert Vineyard Missions Small Group meets from 1PM-2PM at the church. If you have a heart for missions join us as we pray, discuss and plan for what God is doing through the Desert Vineyard around the world. If you have questions or need more information, contact Sally Kelly at [email protected]

DV Mexico Ministry

Our Mexico ministry brings practical care to hurting families in Ensenada, Mexico through the construction of loft houses that are given away for free. These trips provide real and immediate help to the families and give individuals from our church an opportunity to share the love of God internationally while only traveling a few hours by car. For more information about upcoming Mexico Ministry trips and how you can get involved, visit their website using the button below.

DV Mexico Ministry Website

The Uhl Family

In March of 2014, the Desert Vineyard sent Chris and Melinda Uhl and their 4 boys (Kaden, Micah, Jansen and Lucas) to Managua, Nicaragua in a partnership with I-61 Ministries out of the Boise Vineyard in Idaho to help train and minister to the people and Vineyard churches in Nicaragua. They continue to serve there faithfully, becoming residents and having roles within the local church and among the large expat community in country. Nicaragua has experienced great turmoil as a country which makes for moving goal posts for the Uhl’s but they continue to find the ways God can use them to spread his love in a place in constant conflict. If you would like to follow the Uhl’s subscribe to their newsletter, or support them financially using the links below.

Subscribe to the Uhl’s newsletter
Donate (Select: Missions Fund | Memo: Uhl’s)

Russian Church Plants

The Desert Vineyard planted and supports the Krasnoyarsk Vineyard, which celebrated 25 years in 2018. We are excited to see how God has grown and used that church, which itself has planted multiple other churches throughout the Siberia region. We continue to pray, visit and financially support these churches who are under constant threat from their government but continue to pursue God despite the very real challenges they face each day.

Desert Vineyard Church Planting

The Desert Vineyard is committed to church planting efforts in the United States and internationally. We believe planting churches and growing communities of faith that can effect change locally is the best practice for spreading the word and love of God. We are always evaluating where and when God would send church planters and how we as a church family can support and pray over those ventures.

Vineyard USA Missions

The Desert Vineyard is a part of the Association of Vineyard Churches. Vineyard USA Missions coordinates the missions efforts of the 600+ US based Vineyard churches, organizing them into country partnerships. We support and follow the leading of Vineyard USA Missions and their goals of church planting and holistic development internationally. To learn more about Vineyard USA Missions, visit their webpage using the button below.

Vineyard USA Missions

Friends of Desert Vineyard Missions

The Desert Vineyard has many missions related organizations or individuals that we support or partner with around the world. If you are looking for other places to get involved or support, take a look at some of the links below.

Wide Awake International (Ukraine)
Pack Simply (Middle East)
World Vision
Compassion International
NEED MORE INFORMATION?

To know more about DV Missions, call our church office at
661-945-2777 or email us at [email protected]

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