What To Expect

Join us Sunday Mornings at 10:00 am!  If you have children, check out our Children's page for classes and activities for kids birth–5th grade.  Junior high and high school students are welcome to join adults in the auditorium for the morning service. 

Whether you're just checking out church for the first time, or you’ve been a follower of Jesus for a long time, we’re glad you found us, and we hope you come and visit us soon.   Our Sunday morning services are designed to help you encounter the presence of God in worship, and to grow in your relationship with God through a practical time of teaching in His Word.  

We are located at 433 SW 5th St. Redmond, Oregon 97756.  Click here for easy directions. 

Not sure where to park?  You can park in our main parking lot in front of the building!  

Parking lot full?  No worries US Bank allows us to use their parking lot which is located directly behind our building!

Sunday Morning FAQs:

What happens on a Sunday morning?  Sunday morning services typically include the following elements:

music, prayer, offering, announcements, and a message. 

What about my kids?   If you have children, check out our Children's page for classes and activities for kids birth–5th grade.  

Junior high and high school students are welcome to join adults in the auditorium for the morning service.

What do I do when they take the offering?   The offering is for anyone who wishes to contribute their regular tithes or offerings. 

As a guest, you are not obligated to contribute and can feel free to pass the bag on to the next person.

What do I wear?   Sunday morning attendees wear anything from shorts and a t-shirt to a suit and tie if you wish.  

It is generally a casual environment, but you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable.

Our Denomination

Desert Song Community Church is affiliated with Open Bible Churches.  Open Bible Churches originated from two revival movements: Bible Standard Conference, founded in Eugene, Oregon, in 1919, and Open Bible Evangelistic Association, founded in Des Moines, IA, in 1932.  Similar in doctrine and structure, the two groups amalgamated in 1935 as "Open Bible Standard Churches" with the National office located in Des Moines.

Roots of the parent groups reach back to the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in 1906 at the Azusa Street Mission in Los Angeles, CA and to the full gospel movement in the midwest.

Both were organized under the impetus of Pentecostal Revival. Simple faith, emphasis on prayer, evangelism, international missions, and free fellowship with other groups characterized - and still characterizes - the growing organization.  

For further information you may visit the website of Open Bible Churches by going to www.openbible.org or by clicking here.