Friday nights, twice a month

Our Young Adults group at Valley is a ministry emphasis for post-college, single professionals and young marrieds. Designed primarily for those between 25 and 40, this small group meets twice a month on Friday nights for Bible study (childcare is provided), while other opportunities for spiritual growth, encouragement, and fun are also scheduled throughout the year.

First Friday of the month, 6:00 PM

The Young Adults group also takes the lead in what we call our First Friday Fellowship Dinners. On the first Friday of each month, this group prepares a meal for all, and we gather at 6:00 PM in Fellowship Hall to enjoy food and fellowship. (Donations of $5 per person/$20 per family are appreciated to help defray the costs of the dinner.) So come join us! Bring a friend.

IMG_7688Each Thursday, 10:00 AM

Men and women are welcome to join our pastor as he leads a study of a book or doctrine of the Bible or a practice of the Christian life. Each session begins with a time of sharing prayer requests and praises. A time of prayer for our nation follows immediately after the Bible study.

By appointment (contact Pam Prigel via church office)

Valley Biblical Counseling is modeled by the ministry of Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation (CCEF), whose mission statement is “Restoring Christ to Counseling and Counseling to the Church.” Our counseling is guided by the firm belief that the Bible speaks to all of life and to all of its problems. We believe the Bible ultimately points us to a living, vital relationship with a person – Jesus Christ our Redeemer. We believe that real change comes when we learn to see ourselves and our problems in the context of that relationship.

Times and places as announced

Organized primarily around the locations of member families and meeting at prearranged times either in homes or at church, our Shepherding Groups (or Villages as they are also known) encourage Christian growth and support through fellowship in caring relationships and through shepherding by the elders who oversee them.