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WELCOME to all who enter this place! Drink deeply of the living waters of God’s grace as we worship together.
First-Time Visitors: After the worship service, please stop by the Visitor Center in Fellowship Hall for a personal greeting and a free gift.
This week at Valley Presbyterian:
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Technicians for Sustainability (TFS)
Tuesday, August 22nd, at 1:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary
Please join us for a Solar Project Presentation. A Representative from TFS will be available to answer any questions you may have. Thank you.
Music in the Valley Concert Series
The series will begin in October. For details about dates, times, and performers, please click the link to go to the Music in the Valley page.
The Journey Ahead Group Presentation
Here is the full audio from the presentation:
A New Discussion Group is being organized
It will center on discussions about Christian authors and the books they’ve written. If you are interested in this group, please contact Ruth Morris at 648-6302 or Rev. Phillips at 625-5023.
Calling All Cooks!
Please submit your favorite recipes for our 40th anniversary cookbook. See the July Valley Voice for details, or, pick up instruction sheets at the Welcome Centers. All recipes must be submitted by September 15th.
Rev. Mark Medina- Office Hours at Coyote Grill
Wednesday mornings from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., at the Coyote Grill at San Ignacio Golf Club, 4201 S Camino del Sol.
Feel free to drop in for coffee or ice tea as well as conversation about almost any topic. Stop by if you’re available.
The Congregational Nominating Committee of Valley Presbyterian Church is working to identify men and women to accept God’s call to serve as elders and deacons for 3-year terms of service beginning January 1, 2018. To submit a name for nomination, please go to the Nominations page and either fill out the online form there, or download the paper form (which is linked on that page), Print it, fill it out, and drop it off at the church office.
Children’s Sunday School
On break for summer. We will resume in the fall.
Deacon Food Bank Sunday
Every first Sunday of the Month
Please bring food or monetary donations and place them on the cart in Fellowship Hall. All your donations are very much appreciated by the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.
The Mission Outreach Committee conducts the Noisy Offering, which is collected on the 5th Sunday of the month when they occur (4 times per year) during announcement time just before Sunday worship. Members of the Mission Outreach Committee pass metal buckets among the congregation to collect their loose coins. The sound – it’s loud! - of those coins dropping into the buckets make this a truly “Noisy Offering.” The money collected is then counted by committee members and the funds are sent to the specific organization chosen by the Committee from the Committee’s list of organizations supported by Valley Presbyterian Church. To find out more about these missions and the others VPC supports, visit the mission page on this site or pick up a copy of VPC Mission Outreach 2016 guide at VPC.
Click on SCHEDULE to view and/or print the Valley Readers schedule for the year.
Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. in the Sweet Family Room
The Prayer Ministry group meets once a week to pray for our church, our people, our families and friends, and the list goes on and on. Anyone who feels a call to pray for our church and community are welcome to join us.
Owl Cart Drivers, Patio Sale, Ushers, Coffee Fellowship, Medical Team, Creative Hands, Quilters, Flower Arrangers, Information Center, and Welcome Center. If you have time to share with any of these or other groups, please call the office at 625-5023 to let us know.
Trouble Hearing in Worship?
VPC has hearing assistance systems in both the Sanctuary and the Spiritual Life Center! If you have hearing aids with the “T-coil” technology, there are loops to allow our receivers (available at the entrances) to feed directly into your own devices. Otherwise, we have over-the-ear headsets available – and, if you prefer, you can use your own “earbuds” or other headphones with our receivers. Don’t forget that sound quality varies throughout the Sanctuary. With a space that large, there are bound to be areas that are less “live” than others. Try another seat! You just might meet a new friend.