PHASE 3 Postponed

We miss being with this family and cannot wait to greet you in person as soon as it is feasible to do so. Our plan to gradually return through the phases below will help us maintain a worship experience that is both safe and edifying every step along the way. We will adapt the plan below as guidelines change.


PHASE 2 | Tiny Church

During phase 2 we will continue to utilize our online worship experience, periodic outdoor worship opportunites, and house church groups, called Tiny Churches.

The purpose of these groups is to participate in communion together and invite neighbors and friends to join in a casual, devotional style worship. They may utilize the full, recorded Sunday morning worship if they choose, or would also have the option of receiving questions, communion prompts and song suggestions each week to the leaders via email. At-risk members are strongly encouraged to stay home and join in a group electronically.

Read all about PV Tiny churches HERE!


PHASE 3 | TBD

  • New and more effective live streaming will be in place, so those who do not feel comfortable or are not able to return to the building can still participate at home.
  • No classes or children’s worship will be offered.
  • We strongly encourage our at-risk members to stay at home.

What about Tiny Church? 

Our in-person gatherings will still leave a lot to be desired in regards to relationship building and personal connections. With that in mind, the PV leadership would like to encourage you to utilize Tiny Churches through the summer as a way to interact and connect. We have the unique opportunity in the season to become stronger by growing smaller. READ MORE…


PHASE 4 | Larger Assembly

Following a successful Phase 3 and monitoring government guidelines.

With critical evaluation and government guidelines in place, we will continue offering multi-services that could be larger and potentially add classes or small group type experiences. None of this can really be identified until we understand the CDC and government guidelines. Children’s programming is yet to be determined.