About Sierra View
A Member of the Presbyterian Church in America
Sundays @ SVPC
"To whoever will come, this church opens wide her doors."
Music is important in the life of a church. Our goal is to sing songs that are biblically grounded, theologically sound and beautiful. We incorporate a blend of traditional hymns and modern songs. You can navigate to our online weekly bulletin to preview the music that will be sung on a given Sunday.
We provide a nursery for children 3 years and under. We also have a ‘cry room’ in the sanctuary, which allows for parents to see and hear into the sanctuary, and therefore participate in worship while their children wiggle and giggle. Please note that children of all ages are welcome in the sanctuary at all […]
Our Worship Services last about an hour and half. We begin at 10:30a, with Christian Education for all ages beginning at 9:15a.
From the Blog: Wednesday's Words
“Sirs, we would see Jesus” – John 12:21 The chapel on the campus of Reformed Theological Seminary is the first things a visitor will notice. For good reason, too. It’s magnificent. Colonial style, pretty wooden pews, red carpets, the whole deal. Most notable, however, is the pulpit. It’s obnoxiously elevated. Imagine our own sanctuary about […]
“My Soul Magnifies the Lord” – Luke 1:46 My family and I recently went down to San Diego and visited my childhood home. There’s always something about going home, isn’t there? Memories, good and bad. All the sights and sounds bring it all back. For me, those were sweet days. The nice people who […]
For reasons unknown to me, I’ve had the great hymn Abide With Me on my mind all week. If you don’t know it, you ought to. It’s majestic and moving. Consider the last line: “Hold thou thy Cross before my closing eyes; Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies! Heaven’s morning breaks […]
“Nothing teaches us about the preciousness of the Creator as much as when we learn the emptiness of everything else.”- Charles Spurgeon
“He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.”- Jim Elliot