Dear Friends,

Thank you for visiting our website. I invite you to please visit our Praise and Worship community at 2551 N Arizona Ave, Chandler, AZ, as well. I believe what you will find in our community is a place of welcome, a place filled with passion for God, and a place where you and your family can learn and grow in God.


When we first started the Praise and Worship Center in 2007, we thought long and hard about what we would name our community. We decided on “Praise and Worship” because we believed that lively worship was at the core of everything we would be doing. The truth is, lively worship has been, continues to be, and will e the focal point of our church family. There are many ministries and services that have grown within our church: Adult Spirituality, Men’s Ministry, Women’s Ministry, outreach to the needy, a lending library, and a wonderful new center for children and teens, to name a few. We even have a beautiful and comprehensive gift shop. We strive to continue to grow in the ways we are serving God.


In 2010, I had the opportunity to write my life story in a book called The Unexpected Life. Like many, my life has been filled with incredibly positive experiences, as well as some painful years. The last chapter in the book is entitled “The Human Need for Hope.” In this chapter I wrote, “In order to truly have hope, we must have the courage to accept love. That is the battle most of us have our whole lives. We don’t have the innocence or the guts to accept human love or Divine love.”


God wants us to know His love. His love for us is not dependent on us or on how we behave. It is a GIFT. I believe you will find the Praise and Worship Center a place where you will be encouraged to know and accept God’s unconditional love. And when you do, it will change your life.


Please come and worship with us on Sunday at 10 am. Come find hope and love as we join together in praising Jesus Christ. You will be welcome, and we will be honored to have you.

I ask God’s blessing on you and your family.


– Father Dale Fushek