Sundays Starting at 10:00am
Our Sunday services typically start with worship. We celebrate communion and share in an offering time. Our music rangers from traditional to contemporary, rotating worship team members and music throughout the month.
After a brief greeting time where we encourage everyone to say hello to a few people, the children are usually dismissed for Kings Kids (elementary programming). Then we have a time for teaching, as Pastor Chris has prepared a message to share with the congregation.
During the Service we provide a safe environment for children ages birth through Preschool to play.
Our Nursery is staffed with two workers on Sundays. If there are not enough volunteers, we may have the nursery unstaffed, and families may use it as a place to watch the service online while children play.
Elementary and middle school aged students (K-8th) are welcome to join the "Kings Kids" upstairs after worship, to participate in Bible lessons. These activities typically involve using Bibles, watching video lessons and playing games.
Sunday AM Bible Study
9:00 am Sundays you are welcome to join Bible Study before service. Pastor David Sundine leads this meeting.
This group meets in Classroom #1 downstairs from 9-9:50.
We celebrate communion weekly at VCC. This is an opportunity to come together as the church and celebrate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
We practice open communion at Valley Christian Church. This means, if you know Jesus as your Lord and Savior, you are welcome to eat and drink with us as we remember Him together.
At Valley Christian Church, we dedicate our young children to the Lord as a public promise and commitment to raise them for the Lord. We use Jesus' dedication at the Temple in Luke 2:21-40 as our example to follow.
At VCC we love to celebrate those that want to publicly commit their lives to the Lord. We baptize in a full immersion tank. If you are interested in being baptized at VCC, please contact a staff or a Pastor to discuss the first steps in this process.
Pot Blessings and Meals
Our church loves to break bread together by enjoying meals. Wether it is a pot blessing, Nepali meal or a special meal served in thanksgiving.