WHO WE ARE:
HVCF began as a small group of Christians meeting regularly in the community center of Hungry
Valley.  During that same time, an elderly woman in the community began praying for an
established church in the community.  In fall 2006, Assemblies of God US Missionaries Augustin &
Cindy Jorquez were called to Hungry Valley to start and establish the first and only Christian church
in the community.

OUR STAFF


























VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
We are currently in need of a worship leader and children's pastor/director, however, the following
people currently fill these roles when they are available.
Volunteer Worship Leader:  Orville Barlese.
Once-a-month Children's Volunteer/Leader:  Jess Poulin.
Who We Are
Augustin Jorquez, Senior Pastor
Augustin is a first generation urban Indian raised in Phoenix,
Arizona.  His father was raised on the San Carlos Apache
Reservation and his mother is of the Yaqui Tribe. He served as a
men's ministry leader and then as a campus pastor at Cal State
University in Hayward.  Before moving to Nevada, Augustin was
director of Native American Urban Ministries based in Hayward,
California.
Augustin and his wife, Cindy, are Assemblies of God missionaries
focusing specifically on Native Americans in Northern California and
Nevada.  While Augustin concentrates on pastoring Hungry Valley
Christian Fellowship, Cindy's heart for evangelism and missions
leads her to reach out to those in need of Christ's love, grace and
mercy.



Cindy Jorquez, Co-Pastor & Women's Ministries Coordinator
Cindy was raised in Lodi, California.  After pursuing an education in
Toccoa, Georgia, Cindy worked in Southern California with Teen
Challenge and as an Inner-City Evangelist.  From there, Cindy
served as a missionary in Jamaica, opening the first Teen
Challenge women's center on the island.  Cindy's missionary
travels have taken her throughout the US and the world including
Australia, Jamaica, South Africa and Botswana.
Augustin and Cindy were married in November 2002.  They moved
to Nevada in Spring 2007 to plant a church in the Hungry Valley
Community of the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony, consisting of the
Paiute, Shoshone and Washoe tribes.  They have one daughter,
Katie, age five.