Being Bringers of Hope.
“I will say of the Lord, ‘He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust.’ Surely He shall deliver you from the snare of the fowler and from the perilous pestilence. He shall cover you with His feathers, and under His wings you shall take refuge…” Psalm 91:2-4 (NKJV)
In response to the social-distancing that is taking place around the world, we now live in a time where people are more isolated, and perhaps more desperate for hope than ever before. Each of us have had to make adjustments to the way we live our day-to-day lives, and there is a strong sense of the unknown still ahead of us. With the unknown, we can gravitate towards fear and anxiety, and ultimately move toward self-preservation, and self-protection.
As people who have been filled with the love of Jesus and the Spirit of God, we have a different source of hope. Even in times of unrest and the unknown, we can move forward confidently knowing that He is with us, that He will sustain us, and that He will be glorified.
Here is how we will be moving forward over the next several weeks. Our hope is that you would join us, and that as we move forward together, we would see Him move mightily in this time and in our lives!
Join us for our Church Online livestream, Sundays at 10AM
This is more than just a livestream, this is church in your home! God has been speaking to us about developing "home ministry" and this is the time where we believe God is going to implant this into our church DNA and YOUR home!
So, don't just watch the livestream, engage in it! You can do this by singing and worshipping during our song time, by engaging and giving feedback during the teaching, by agreeing in our times of prayer, and by inviting others, such as friends and family, to join you as we worship together.
What do you have for kids? Every week, we upload fresh video lessons along with a direction sheet and other resources that you can download and print for ages 2-14. These resources are free and available here!
Prayer Guide Downloads
There is power when we pray God's Word! When we pray God's Word, we know we are praying according to His will, but it also builds our faith that God will answer our prayers. We encourage you to be praying and to use these scriptural prayer guides to pray over yourselves, your family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers. Download, print, and share as needed!
Special thanks to The Rock in Anaheim, CA for permission to use and distribute these prayer guides.
Follow Us on Social Media
One of the best ways you can stay connected with us and updated with what is happening at Chapel Valley is by following us on one of our social media platforms. Our posts are fun, encouraging, and full of opportunities and resources designed to help you navigate through life in this time.
Like us on our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram to join in the fun, and for creative ways you can choose community in this time. Let's allow His light to shine brightly in the world around us!
Become a Prayer Partner
Times of crises or emergency are often times defined and marked as powerful movements of God, largely in part because the people of God begin to pray. There is nothing more powerful in this world than people of faith praying together, and crying out to the Lord on behalf of others.
If you would like to pray with us, we would like to invite you to become an official Prayer Partner. We will email you with prayer points, as well as pass along prayer requests we receive. If you would like to pray with us, get started now by filling out this form. In the meantime, below are some prayer points you can start praying right now!
Also, if you need prayer, please fill out our Prayer Request form. We would love to hear from you and partner in prayer with you!
• For supernatural protection and healing for all those infected with COVID-19 or at risk of infection.
• For those who are living in fear and isolation. That they too would discover the hope and peace
we have through Jesus Christ.
• That God will provide opportunities for us to pray, prophesy, contend for healing and see breakthroughs outside the walls of the church. That He would move at our jobs, in our neighborhoods and throughout our communities.
• For those who are affected by COVID-19. Ask God to halt the spread of the virus, to comfort and heal those who are sick or caring for the sick, and to provide for all the needs of those who may be quarantined or unable to work.
• That we would walk in faith, believing He is Jehovah Rophe, the Lord who heals, and remembering that "God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind" (2 Tim. 1:7).