BUCKEYE, Ariz.—Desert Hills Baptist Church is now meeting in its own facility. After holding services in two schools for nine years, the church constructed a nearly 16,000-square-foot building in a prime location.
Desert Hills Baptist Church is thankful for Baptist Church Planters, which provided a lead builder to manage the construction, as well as its church family and several volunteers from around the country who helped build the facility. “God amazingly provided labor, funds, and financing through his people for which this young church is very grateful,” says Pastor Adam Zamora, who planted the church in 2007. “Already this congregation is seeing the fruit of the seeds that have been sown over the last nine years with services that are full.”
Grants from Regular Baptist Builders Club have assisted Desert Hills Baptist Church since its inception, first enabling the church to purchase chairs and sound equipment for use in its rental facilities, and then facilitating the construction of its building.
The church held a dedication service on a Sunday morning, inviting city officials, contractors, architects, builders, and people who have contributed over the years to make the vision of a church in Buckeye a reality.