Desert Hills Presbyterian Church supports individuals and churches that go into the world to make disciples of all people, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

We provide financial support for missionaries who step away from the familiar to reach those who have not heard the good news of Jesus Christ. We eagerly anticipate hearing and sharing the stories of triumph and praying for the trials endured by our missionaries.

DHPC is privileged to have a sister church in the Navajo Nation. Since 1980 this unique friendship has developed into a strong ChristiLeupp an bond.

Leupp members visit our church in the fall for a weekend of fellowship. DHPC hosts a fund raising bazaar for Leupp members to sell handcrafted jewelry and other items to benefit their church.

They also share their faith and heritage with us at our Sunday worship services. In turn, we visit Leupp in the spring for a similar weekend of fellowship.

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Several volunteer opportunities are available, especially for the fall activities, when DHPC members host our Navajo brothers and sisters in their homes, as well as provide food for various meals.

Click on the picture below to see Easter Sunrise on the Navajo Reservation!

Posted by Marlin Cansasa Jack on Sunday, April 12, 2020

United Church of Jamaica & the Cayman Islands

Through the Spirit of the Lord, a powerful connection and sister church relationship has developed with United Ebenezer Church in Mandeville Parish, Jamaica.   Members of Desert Hills fly to Jamaica for fellowship, and members of Ebeneezer United Church visit us both at DHPC and First Presbyterian Church in Leupp.  For the past several years, DHPC has taken both youth and adult teams to Ebeniezer to partner in ministry. Ministry teams have also been enriched by worshiping, studying the Bible and spending time  together.  We have participated together in evangelical outreach in schools, prisons, retirement homes as well as evening street ministry.

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DHPC has a sister church relationship with the Monkton and Prestwick North Parish Church (MPN Church), in Scotland. The MPN Church is part of the Church of Scotland and is located near Prestwick Airport.  From the Reformation in 1560, worship has been carried out in the Parish of Monkton and Prestwick.  The MPN Church vision statement includes: “We want to be a people who are connecting with God, each other and the world”

This relationship had included exchange visits with key members, internships at DHPC and shared mission work in Jamaica.