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We are glorifying God

through our worship, work, and witness

of Jesus Christ. 


Why did God put you on this big ball of water and land? Worship. God created us to worship and enjoy him forever. This is why we exist. So, we gather to pray fervently, sing joyfully, and to hear His Word preached every Lord's day. When we depart Sunday afternoon, we continue to worship God in all we do (Rom 12:1). 


Should we separate our faith from the rest of our lives? No. We are called to "Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you." (1 Thess 5:16–17) This kind of lifestyle requires work. It requires humility. It requires faith, sound teaching, and fellowship. Our fellowship strives to this end (Heb 10:24) so that we can "work heartily" to the Lord in our families, marriages, or jobs.


As one minister said, missions exist because worship doesn't. That's spot on. We reach out to the community of Williams with the gospel of Jesus Christ. His love never fails. We aim to demonstrate the love of God and the relevance of Christ's message so that our neighbors might have the joy of knowing and worshipping God as their Savior, forever.

Our Fellowship & Leadership
Our Fellowship

We are a small, growing church plant. You will find among us people of all ages, with a variety of backgrounds. We love kids, and desire myriads of them in our church. We love spending time together (both Sundays and through the week). We're a welcoming and joyful bunch seeking to worship and enjoy God, and grow in his grace together.

Peder Kling (Our Church Planter)

In July of 2019, Prescott Presbyterian Church called Peder Kling to this church planting work in Williams, AZ. Peder recently received his Master of Divinity from Bethlehem College and Seminary in Minneapolis.  During his four years in seminary (and one year thereafter), he worked at Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge—a Christian recovery center wherein Peder helped countless men overcome their addiction to drugs and alcohol. He and his wife, Anna, have three boys—William (5), Nathan (3), and Micah (1). They enjoy outdoor recreation, reading, and rejoicing over Anna’s incredible gift of cooking and baking.

Our Elders

We are overseen by the elders of Concho Valley Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Concho AZ (our mother church). You can read a little bit more about our elders here.