Prairie View Gospel Barn

Psalm 100:1-3

Shout for joy to the Lord, all the earth. Worship the Lord with gladness; come before Him with gladness; come before Him with joyful songs. Know that the Lord is God. It is He who made us, and we are His; we are His people, the sheep of His pasture.


Ephesians 5:19-21

...addressing one another in psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with your heart, giving thanks always and for everything to God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, submitting to one another out of reverence for Christ.

Our Story:

Prairie View Gospel Barn was built with the intent of providing quality music that honors our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Music is a wonderful tool and can be an opportunity to share what Jesus did for us by His death, burial, and resurrection. 

We can have a personal relationship with God through faith in His Son, Jesus Christ.


Located at 28440 338th Avenue near Gregory, South Dakota

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Prairie View Gospel Barn

2022 Concert Schedule

Tim Lovelace                                                        Sunday April 3   6:30 pm 

Triumphant Quartet                                      Wednesday May 4    6:30 pm

Southern Raised                                                                         Sunday   June 5   7 pm

Devin Henderson                                                 Saturday July 2   3 pm & 7 pm

Homestead Pickers                                                Sunday  September 11     7 pm

The Paul Family Bluegrass Band                 Saturday November 5      6:30 pm

The Preachers Daughters   (Christmas Concert)   Sunday November 27   6 pm

Devin Henderson

Christian Comedian, Illusionist and Ball Handler 


Devin Henderson in person 
Saturday, July 2, 2022   7pm
Doors open at 6pm
Free 3 pm Matinee show for local Church Youth Groups and Leaders 


If you’ve heard of Devin’s signature keynote, “Something Greater is Always Possible,” you may have already seen how Devin uses a combination of entertainment, storytelling and practical principles to give audiences hope.

But, did you know that "Something Greater is Always Possible" is actually based on biblical principles? Your church can experience a version of this presentation that incorporates scripture and unique God-centered content for an even deeper Christian message.

Part magic & mentalism show, part inspirational keynote, be inspired to unconditionally trust God while you pursue seemingly impossible goals and at the same time, accept His plan for your life.

 Ticket information

       Advanced            $20, day of concert $25

Ages 12 and under are free.

Call Geoff 605-830-1545

BankWest in Gregory, SD


At five years old Devin accepted Christ and every summer at church camp from fourth grade on his love for the Lord kept growing. In high school Devin would go to the mall with some friends and use his magic as an icebreaker as they approached strangers with their faith. During college he was a student leader for Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ), and through Cru summer projects in California and Alaska the Lord continued to call Devin to a greater purpose in life.

Devin often felt he was being called as a pastor, youth pastor or missionary. Little did he know – God had a similar but slightly different plan. All those years he was developing his skills of magic and soccer, God was refining Devin to do what he does today: perform for audiences of all kinds as the Lord shines through him.

The great thing about the entertaining aspect of what Devin does is that it opens people up to receiving a deeper message about “pressing on toward the goal.” He has presented to hundreds of churches and ministries and is passionate about using his talents to encourage believers in their walk with Christ.

Devin occasionally plays piano on the worship team at his church. With God at the center of his family, Devin is a happily married homeschooling dad of seven beautiful daughters. Yes, seven. Daughters. So obviously, he’s a man of prayer.