We are a church committed to reach the unreached locally and globally!
A fundamental component of Canyon View Vineyard Church is our contributions to missions. It is our firm conviction that the biblical practice of tithing is essential to the continued blessing of God in our midst.
As the representation of God’s family we make sure 10% of our corporate church budget goes to international, national and local missionaries and ministries. Below are pictures of only some of the amazing missionaries that CVVC is currently supporting. Click on their picture to go directly to their missionary website and learn more about their ministry. To view the full list of CVVC supported missions, click here.
Ways To Help Spread the Gospel
$100 deposit deadline is January 12, 2020
MARCH 15 - 20, 2020
If you’ve been on one of our Homes of Hope trips or spoken to someone who has, you know that the trip is a life changing event for everyone involved!
This year we will share the love of God with impoverished families in Mexico. We don’t know the specific families we will be building for yet, but we know that they will be families or single parents with children. They will have a very low (survival level) income and be in real need of a secure home.
WE PARTNER TO Plant churches around the WORLD
In October 2018 a new church planting effort was started in Myanmar. Through the partnership with Petros Network and the Outpour Movement, we began with training and sending 29 indigenous pastors into unreached villages throughout Myanmar. Our goal is to plant 1,000 churches in Myanmar in the next 10 years.
Back in 2012, Canyon View Vineyard Church joined forces with Petros Network to form the South Sudan Initiative, a collaborative effort to train pastors and plant churches in the war torn country of South Sudan. In March of 2013, Senior Pastor Kirk Yamaguchi and Pastor Nate Ralston traveled to South Sudan with other vineyard pastors to help train 26 local pastors and commission them to travel to unreached villages and plant churches.
The South Sudan Initiative became one of the most impactful ministries of Canyon View Vineyard Church. Even though the borders of South Sudan are closed now, we will continue our partnership with Petros Network to plant even more churches in other areas of the world and will continue to pray for the revival of South Sudan.
For more information about Petros Network or to contribute so that more pastors and church planters can be sponsored, please visit Petros Network's website.