10:00 a.m. Worship
Worship in the sanctuary includes a time for the children, special music, Presbyterian liturgy, Scripture, and sermon. Special music or drama presentations may be the proclamation for the day. Blessings on mission trips, outreach programs, confirmations, new members, ordination of officers and more are routinely celebrated throughout the year. Communion is served to the congregation on the first Sunday of each month. Communion is served by intinction as the congregation comes forward to be served by pastors and church leaders. Those who are not physically able to come forward are served in the pews.
Sunday School is offered for children following the "Time with the Young Church" for infants through 6th graders.
Click here for information on Valley's Sunday School program.
Advent begins the new year, a season of watching and waiting for the coming of Christ, and a time to look forward with hope to the Lord's coming again.
Christmas is celebration of the birth of Christ.
Epiphany is a day for commemorating God's self-manifestation to all people.
Lent is a season of spiritual discipline and preparation, beginning with Ash Wednesday, anticipating the death and resurrection of Christ.
Holy Week is a time of remembrance and proclamation of the atoning suffering and death of Jesus Christ.
Easter is the day of the Lord's resurrection and the season of rejoicing which commemorates his ministry until his Ascension.
Pentecost concludes Easter and is the celebration of the gift of the Holy Spirit to the Church.
Trinity Sunday is the celebration of the mystery of the Triune God, the Three-In-One: Creator, Redeemer, and Sustainer.
Valley holds special worship services for many seasons of the church year in addition to Sunday services: Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday (meal/Communion), Christmas Eve.
See calendar for current schedule.
Communion may also be served at special occasions such as Christmas Eve and Easter Sunday. Because the session must approve all celebrations of the Lord's Supper, a request must be made in advance for weddings and memorials services.
Home Communion is served upon request to those who are not able to attend worship in the church building. Ordained church deacons and pastors will take the communion elements to those who are home-bound and serve in their homes or places of residence.