Worship: Sundays 9:30am

Worship Service Bulletin

Telephone Ministry:


Sunday, August 19
9:30 Worship Service
   Rev. Richard Buller preaching

Sunday, August 26
Confirmation Sunday
9:30 Worship Service
   2018 Confirmands leading worship

Sunday, September 2
Labor Day Weekend
9:30 Worship Service
   Rev. David Maghakian preaching

Sunday, September 9
Confirmands Received
  into Membership
Call to Serve Sunday
9:30 Worship Service
   Rev. Richard Buller preaching

Valley Church had a long tradition of displaying beautiful, volunteer-created banners in the sanctuary and outside on the church building.  There are several different sets of banners which are rotated based on the liturgical calendar or event. 

Our Easter banners were designed using the symbol of the egg, a beginning of new life. The three circles represent the Trinity. The varied, multicolored encircling shapes represent our individuality, our inclusiveness and our community of faith. White and gold are the colors of Christmas, Easter, weddings and funerals. White represents light, innocence, purity and joy. Gold is the color of the sun, the crown, faith, and divinity.

The banners were lovingly designed, cut and sewn by our Banner Makers. We think they turned out beautiful. What do you think?

Smith Family

After attending a wedding at Valley and getting to know Pastor Richard and his wife - Jean Ann, we decided to visit on Sunday a few weeks later as we were searching for a new church home. Feeling like kids on the first day of school, we apprehensively shuffled out of the sanctuary following the service and were immediately approached by warm smiling faces. We agreed to partake in the beloved coffee and donut hour where we met more people than we could count. In that moment, we were home!

Everyone at Valley is part of a family. We take care of each others kids, host birthday parties for one another and generally “do life” together. Our community, however, doesn’t just include those of us who sit next to one another on Sundays. There is no shortage of opportunities to make an impact outside the Valley walls.

One more thing worth highlighting is that Valley loves our little worshipers. They are beloved members within the community; they have their own special play space IN the sanctuary, partake in a children’s sermon during Sunday service and have an abundance of programming to learn, grow and just be kids. This place is truly special; I do not know what we would do without Valley.