Christ's Church of the Valley

Christ's Church of the Valley

Ashley Wooldridge, David Hughes
Christian - Independent Christian Churches
Peoria, Arizona
Founded: 1982
Locations: 9
Attendance: 32107

2021 As Compared To 2020

Online Attendance

Churches were surveyed in 2021 and asked what their online weekly attendance average was like between February-March in 2020 and what it was like in February-March in 2021. Outreach calculated the growth based on the church’s response.
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In-person Attendace

Churches were surveyed in 2021 and asked what their in-person attendance was like between February-March in 2021 compared to what it was like in February-March in 2020 (pre-COVID). Outreach calculated the growth based on the church’s response.
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Salvations

Churches were surveyed in 2021 and asked what their in-person attendance was like between February-March in 2021 compared to what it was like in February-March in 2020 (pre-COVID). Outreach calculated the growth based on the church’s response.
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About Christ's Church of the Valley

It is our mission to win people to Christ, train believers to become disciples and send disciples to impact the world. Serving is a great way to get involved in the CCV community. We have opportunities for every age and interest.

Our student ministry is dedicated to creating an authentic environment for them to connect with God in a real and powerful way. From the loud music to the crazy games, everything we do is about creating Christ-centered difference makers. Behind the scenes or upfront and personal, you can find the perfect fit for yourself and your family. Experience firsthand the impact our volunteer teams have on our local, national and international ministry.

Jesus called us reach out to people from every nation—and we take this charge seriously. At CCV we are involved or have founded several large scale projects that have a global impact. Throughout the year, teams travel on short-term mission trips.

Neighborhood groups are vital to our church. They provide a sense of connection and security as we all tackle life together. Our neighborhood groups draw out the relevance of biblical principles discussed in the weekend services.