Our Vision

To become a landmark church for families in the Loma Vista community providing hope, comfort and the gospel for all members of the family.

Our Plan

We need to do three things:

1) Finish the construction of our Ministry Center
2) Provide necessary furnishings and equipment to run our ministries
3) To cover our mortgage payments for the final year (Apr ’20 – Mar ’21) of our VISION 9905 Campaign.

To accomplish this we need to finish raising our target goal of $550,000. As of May 2020, we’ve raised $297,618, or 55% of our goal.

Pledge Card

We are asking that you fill out a new ‘Pledge Card’ for the second half of the campaign, choosing one of two options: Option #1: “I’m making a new monthly pledge of …” or Option #2: “I’m continuing my monthly pledge of…”

In the summer of 1995 a group of 50 adults and 30 kids gathered at Bicentennial Park to discuss the possibility of starting a church in the east clovis area. The leaders shared a simple vision of a church that would be Christ-Centered, relationally based, and community oriented. Since our inception those three elements have served as a foundation for everything we do. Since our beginning we've been a portable, largely invisible church. The next part of our journey begins now. What is Vision 9905? To establish a permanent presence conducive to the architecture and style of our community, on a very visible street corner within the Loma Vista area expanding its programs and serving hundreds of families in our community.

Our faith journey to reach our permanent destination 9905 E Shaw Ave

City of Clovis Loma Vista General Plan

When we first planted our church in the 1990's we envisioned setting down our roots on the East side of Clovis along the Shaw cooridor. In 2004, we purchased 25 acres at Shaw and McCall, taking the first significant step towards seeing God's plans come true!

Since then, the City of Clovis has included our church into the Loma Vista General Plan. Click below and discover how the City plans on developing the area around our church: