Our Lady in the Valley
Episcopal Church, Albuquerque NM

Our Lady in the Valley Episcopal Church

“where everyone is invited to the table”

Join us Sundays at 10 AM


Founded in August 1995 as a Mission Church of the
Episcopal Diocese of the Rio Grande
serving Albuquerque's South Valley and the entire metro area.

2805 Don Felipe Rd SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105
(505) 873-2011 office@olvepiscopalabq.org

Sunday Liturgy at 10 AM, social time to follow
in worship hall

Other Services as Announced

Prayer Support

We welcome  your prayer requests and believe it is our privilege to pray for whatever needs you, your family or your community have. Please send them to prayersupport@olvepiscopalabq.org. Your request will be prayed either silently or aloud on the Sunday following its receipt.


Coming Soon:  Parish-authored Lenten devotional! As part of our commitment to Journey the Way, becoming like trees planted by living water, we will develop out own devotional for Lent this year. Scriptures and guidelines now available — sign up for yours soon.  Devotions will be needed by 2.24.19.

Due to scheduling conflicts our annual congregational meeting will be the first weekend of February 2019.

Motorcycle Ministry.  The blessing of the bikers and bikes — upcoming!

On the Fifth Sundays of the month  — January, April, July, September and December 2018 — we will have a Thomas Mass at our Sunday morning worship.  This beautiful service has been influenced by old liturgical traditions of the Church, as well as by the spirit of ecumenism.

Memories!   Devon Morris was baptized on January 8, 2017 by full immersion in the horse trough baptismal font. The font is donated by his grandfather to the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of Devon’s brother, Dante Lee Morris.

Outreach Opportunities

Project Lunchbag Sundays: We bless and handout lunch sacks filled with water, a canned protein, a dessert, and another useful personal item.

Welcoming the Stranger: In Matthew 25 we learn that “I was a stranger and you welcomed me. I was naked and you gave me clothing.” As such, OLV is collecting clothing for undocumented “strangers” from south of the U.S. border. They arrive here with nothing. Donated clothing is given to families with no means of support other than holding garage sales. OLV strives to show hospitality to these recent arrivals.


EVERYONE has a place at this table