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Weekend Worship Times

 

Main Campus

Saturday at 5:30 pm
Sunday at 8:15, 9:30, 11 AM
 

Valley Community Center

Maplenol Cafe
Sunday at 9:30 AM

middle school Volunteer opportunities

You can join us in the following ways as we mobilize 6th-8th graders' God-given potential to deeply love Christ and their neighbors:
 

path to success coach (open to adults)

Path To Success is an after-school program for teenagers living in Chapel Ridge West Apartments, which are right down the road from Valley Church. A Path To Success Coach will build relationship with teenagers and assist with an after-school program involving games, a snack, and homework help. Time frame: Wednesdays from 3:30-5:30pm. Email Joe to learn more.

mobile food pantry volunteer (families)

DMARC Mobile Food pantry is a food pantry in a 40-foot enclosed trailer that stops at 13+ different host sites. One of those sites is the Chapel Ridge West Apartments, which are right down the road from Valley Church. Volunteers will help distribute food on Monday nights from 3:45-6:15pm. This is a great opportunity for families to serve together---we need 2-4 people each Monday night. Click here to sign up to serve. 

Chapel ridge west meals & Transportation team (families)

Each Wednesday night we're looking for volunteers to drive the church 15-passenger van to Chapel Ridge West to pick up kids and bring them to the church building. We also need volunteers to help prepare, and serve a free dinner that we serve before our Wednesday night programs. This is a great opportunity for families to serve together! This opportunity runs from approximately 5:15-6:45pm on Wednesdays. Watch this 2-minute video to learn more. Email Amy if you're interested.

block party trailer (families)

The mobile Block Party Trailer is one tangible way of promoting neighborhood relationships and building deeper community bonds. Owned by Valley Church, the Block Party Express trailer is designed to make it simple and fun for Valley Church family members to host their own neighborhood block party. Click here to learn more and book a date to host a block party!

one-time parent help (parents)

We understand that not all adults are gifted for face-to-face, relational interaction with students. Other opportunities exist for adults and parents to support middle school students and the overall ministry. Some examples include running errands, preparing food, organizing events, and providing transportation, among other things.  Click here for opportunities to serve January-June 2019. 

wednesday night Small Group Leader (adults or high schoolers)

During the school year you can facilitate a weekly Wednesday night small group of middle school students alongside other adult leaders using a curriculum provided by us. This will include a biblically based discussion and activities to build relationships. For more information, email Joe.

Sunday morning Leader (adults)

You will help set up and tear down equipment for the Sunday morning program and provide a much-needed adult presence throughout the morning. You will also build relationships with students through conversation and fun activities. For more information, email Joe.