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Desert Spring United Methodist Church

United Methodist Church
120 North Pavilion Center Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89144

Desert Spring United Methodist Church is a large church located in Las Vegas, NV. Our church was founded in 1991 and is associated with the United Methodist Church (UMC).
 

What to Expect at Desert Spring United Methodist Church

Desert Spring United Methodist Church offers 3 weekend worship services and additional services at one of our alternative locations.

Leaders:

Reverend David Devereaux, Senior Pastor
Tim Hunsinger, Associate Pastor

Service Times:

Sunday Traditional Service 8:00am
Sunday Traditional Service 9:30am
Sunday Contemporary Service 11:00am

Service Details

  • Informal or casual attire most common
  • Contemporary service and traditional service
  • Printed worship bulletin
  • Communion
  • Congregational readings
  • Location: Clark County
  • Parking: Private lot
  • Wheelchair accessible: Yes
  • Saturday evening service: No
  • Multi-site church: Yes (2 campuses)
  • Primary language used: English

Ministries and Programs

  • Children's ministry
  • Youth or teen ministry
  • Weekly small groups
  • Adult education
  • Young adult ministry
  • Men/women's ministry
  • Choir
  • Community service
  • Weddings/receptions
  • Other ministries and programs: Adult Bible Study Wednesday at 7:00pm, Thursday at 10:00am, and Sunday at 9:30am; Community Groups / Small Group Study meets several times per year, coinciding with sermon series

Additional Info About Our Church

Desert Spring United Methodist Church has served Summerlin, Sun City and Northwest Las Vegas since 1991.

Mission:

Developing deeply committed followers of Jesus Christ who love God, love others, and transform the greater community

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120 N Pavilion Center Dr, Las Vegas NV 89144
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