Valley Presbyterian Church is a congregation of “disciple-making disciples.” Thus, all of our ministries are built around drawing people to the gospel, living lives of ongoing repentance and faith, and growing in our enjoyment of and affections toward Christ. Our gatherings for Sunday Communities are intended to develop us into ever maturing followers of Christ who are engaging in the lives of other people, in order that they might be spurred on to follow Christ more fully.
We believe Sunday Communities are an easy first step for people new to Valley. While these groups are bigger than our Community Groups, they provide a way for you to get plugged into life at Valley. Sunday Communities provide the oppoturnity to grow in relationship with Christ and with other believers, providing a clear path to finding a smaller community group that you may be interested in connecting with.
Sunday Communities ~ 9:30-10:30pm
This class is open to all and meets in the newly rennovated Adult Community Group Building just up the hill in the middle of the three buildings, and is studying the book of Genesis. Teachers: Hal Guest, Barney Heyward, and Bill Nash.
This class is open to all and meets in the newly rennovated Adult Community Group Building just up the hill in the middle of the three buildings, and is studying the books of 1 &Timothy. Teachers: Carlos Bowden and Jim Radford.
College and Career
This College & Career class meets in the classroom just off the front entrance Foyer, and is studying through the Gospel of Luke. Teacher: James Hollis
Children's Sunday Communities
Children meet in age based groups in the Gym. Currently they are using Great Commission Publishing's Show Me Jesus.
4's & 5's: God Created - Children's Church room, upstairs
1st & 2nd: Living Together - Upstairs, left, above Sensory Room
3rd & 4th: Worship - Upstairs, right above Kitchen
5th & 6th: 1 Corinthians - Philemon, Upstairs, above nursery
Youth Sunday Commiunities
Our Sunday Community group meets every Sunday morning from 9:30-10:30 in the youth building. The focus of our Sunday Community hour is to equip students with the knowledge of Scripture, while stressing the importance of knowing who Jesus is and why He is important to our lives.