A Message From Pastor Cornel Avram

Cornel Avram  Senior Pastor

Cornel Avram
Senior Pastor

It is a great honor for Happy Valley Church to host the West Coast Romanian Youth Conference this year. We take this mandate with responsibility and humility asking God through fasting and prayer, for His anointing and pouring of the Spirit over this event.

On behalf of the church and our youth I invite you to come and be part of this Godly celebration where His Spirit will bless and strengthen you so that you can be VICTORIOUS in all aspects of your life!

We have secured great rates for hotel accommodations, and we will also offer affordable dining options here at our facilities.

All of our efforts here are to bring glory and honor to our Lord Jesus Christ!

Cornel Avram
Senior Pastor


We are Glad That You Are Here!
BELOVED GUEST: We are Glad That You Are Here! On behalf of the youth and the youth department of Happy Valley Romanian Pentecostal Church, we would like to welcome you to the 2019 West Coast Romanian Youth Conference in Phoenix, AZ.

We are honored to host and serve you these three nights of Memorial Day weekend, as we gather from all over the west coast. We anticipate this being a memorable time in prayer, in worship, and in the teaching of God’s Word.

This year’s theme is Victorious! 1st Corinthians 15:57 says,
But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ!”

We are called to remain confident, steadfast and trust His Word, for victory is only through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. We put our hope and trust in Him!

We believe this year’s theme will encourage, strengthen and equip us to give all honor, praise, and thanks to God who gives us victory through the Lord Jesus Christ.

Grace and Peace,
Chris Moghina, Diacon
Ruben Secară, Diacon
Ionel Caprar, Youth Leader
Daniel Heler Jr, Youth Leader
Denis Tipei, Youth Worship
Christian Moghină

Christian Moghină

Christian Moghină | PHOENIX, AZ
Christian was born in Chicago and at 20 years old he learned he needed to repent and put his faith in Jesus Christ. Since then he has served wherever needed and is honored to serve at Happy Valley with the youth ministry and on the pastoral board. In 2001 he married Michelle and they are blessed with 5 beautiful children. He was ordained Deacon in January 2019.
Ruben Secară

Ruben Secară

Ruben Secară | PHOENIX, AZ
Ruben was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1991 and then moved to Phoenix, Arizona along with my parents and 3 older sisters at the age of 6. Married to Rebecka since 2015. We have one child; Luke, born March 2019. Ordained as a deacon at Happy Valley Romanian Pentecostal Church in January 2019. Serves as one of the youth leaders in the church. Currently finishing a Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical Studies at Sola Scriptura College and Seminary.
Ionel Caprar

Ionel Caprar

Ionel Caprar | PHOENIX, AZ
Ionel was born in Romania and moved to Phoenix when he was 3 yrs old. He has been a part of Happy Valley church ever since. He has been married to Andrea for 3 yrs and they have a 6 month old baby boy. He has been serving with the Happy Valley youth for approximately 10years. His greatest desire is that people everywhere would understand that this life is not worth living apart from God.
Daniel Heler

Daniel Heler

Daniel Heler | PHOENIX, AZ
Daniel Heler currently resides in Phoenix, AZ. He is married to Abigail and together they have 3 children, Josiah, Elisha and Zechariah. Daniel and Abigail attend Happy Valley Romanian Pentecostal church where Daniel serves the Lord as a youth leader and teaches the Word of God. His goal together with his wife is to raise up their children in the Lord and share the Word of God with those around them. “.
Denis Tipei

Denis Tipei

Denis Tipei | PHOENIX, AZ
Denis was born in Arad, Romania in 1994 and moved to Phoenix, AZ with his family in 2005. He has been serving at Happy Valley Romanian church as a worship leader for the past 6 years. In 2016 he married Bianca and together they serve God and the church through music. He serves with the purpose to glorify God, and allow the Holy Spirit to lead the people into the presence of God.