There are a lot of churches in Spanish Fork, Utah, but if you’re not LDS or you’re looking to migrate toward traditional Christianity, there aren’t many options. That’s why we (the Anderson family) moved to Spanish Fork in the fall of 2013. We wanted to live in a city where there were few if any evangelical christian churches. We have a clear calling to multiply disciples and see new congregations spring-up in places where traditional christian churches previously did not exist.
Spanish Fork is Growing
Utah County, in general, has been on a population upswing for some time now, a trend that doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon. In fact, Spanish Fork, situated just south of Provo, seems to be growing at a phenomenal rate. There are numerous business currently under construction including: Culver’s, Walgreens, Mattress Firm, Walmart, a gas station, a cinema and a hospital. Several subdivisions are under construction and are selling homes. Say good bye to the rural, small-town life that once was Spanish Fork.
Church Options in Spanish Fork
Due to the favorable business economy of Utah County, people are moving in from all over the country. Many of these new Utahans are not LDS (the predominant religion of Utah County) and don’t have many options when it comes to places of worship. Additionally, thousands of people who were raised LDS are leaving the faith, for various reasons, and many are seeking to connect with God in a traditional christian setting. If you are looking for churches in Spanish Fork, the list is pretty small, outside of the LDS Wards in every neighborhood. That’s why the Lord brought us here.
Utah Valley Church in Spanish Fork
Utah Valley Church had it’s first official worship gathering on September 15, 2014. It’s a small gathering of people from a vast variety of backgrounds. We try to keep things simple and focused on Jesus. Currently, we are meeting in our home on the east side of Spanish Fork. No matter your background or experience, we invite you to visit us. Everyone is welcome! Find out more about Utah Valley Church by visiting the What Kind of Church is This page or What to Expect page. We hope to see you soon. You can also contact us by phone at (385) 220-2624 or click here to send us a message.