The Refinery Christian Church was born in 2009 by our founding Pastor, Chad Goucher. The church was originally a campus of Christ's Church of the Valley (CCV) from 2008-2009, however, in just a few short years, the church established a strong community presence which now sees over 600 attendees each weekend.
April 2008 - Christ's Church of the Valley launches CCV Goodyear. The first service was held in Goodyear Community Park with nearly 1,000 attenders.
May 2008 - Church merges with Valley Fellowship.
September 2008 - CCV Goodyear moves from meeting at 600 N. Bullard Ave. (what was once an indoor Bounce House facility called "Bounce U") after outgrowing the facility and starts meeting in Millennium High School.
2009 - Name changes to The Refinery Christian Church.
2010 - The Refinery Christian Church returns to its original location at 600 N. Bullard Ave. after months of renovations.
2011 - At the first annual Plunge, 26 people are baptized in one weekend, with a total of 52 baptisms for the year. First mission team sent to Dominican Republic.
2012 - First mission trip to Ireland in partnership with Elevate Community Church.
2015 - The Refinery continues to baptize an average of 30 people per year.
2016 - The two-year IN Initiative launches. The IN Initiative includes plans to build a permanent home along Highway 303, as well as build a unique retail, dining, and entertainment complex that will provide two hundred jobs to the community, and allow our church to reach both the lost, and the found.
2017 - Land purchased at the southeast corner of Indian School Rd & 303 Loop to build the permanent church facility. Groundbreaking Ceremony & Dedication help on June 24.