Below are the latest news and events for Valley View Community Church. Please check back often as these will be updated regularly. Anyone and everyone is welcome to any of our events, feel free to visit any time.
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APRIL 24 – Israel Trip. Informational meeting at Sunnyside from 7:00-9:00 p.m. concerning a 9-day inspirational tour to Israel being planned by Bruce Carter and Carl Green of Global Training Network for March 16-24, 2018. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
APRIL 30 – For Pete’s Sake Cancer Walk at Citizens Bank Park. We’ll be having our normal worship gatherings that day. However, if you want to walk, go to www.takeabreakfromcancer.org and register under Team Valley View. Once again, Bruce has been invited to open the event with prayer. Information is available on the resource table. If you need more info, you can also contact email@example.com.
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NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS GROUP Valley View is pleased to host a weekly Narcotics Anonymous support group called H.A.L.O. (Helping Addicts Lose the Obsession) on Wednesday evenings from 6:45-8:00 for those struggling with or recovering from addiction to any substance, including alcohol. Contact the Valley View church office for more info.
COUNSELING AVAILABLE AT SUNNYSIDE Three counselors from The Peacemaker Center offer 50-minute counseling sessions by appointment at Sunnyside. Scholarships are available, based on income.
- Adam Hoover is a graduate of Biblical Seminary’s counseling program. Adam enjoys counseling men, married couples, and life coaching. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Ann Spooner, a licensed counselor with 25 years’ experience, counsels women, couples, or families. Contact Ann at 215.514.5226.
- Andy Reynolds is a graduate of Cairn University’s counseling program. He is available for counseling adolescents and adults, as well as marriage and family counseling. Contact him at email@example.com.
PERPETUAL FOOD DRIVE We collect food for food banks in Phoenixville and Schwenksville. Please place any donations in the containers in our lobby.
OLD CELL PHONES & EMPTY INK CARTRIDGES NEEDED Valley View is partnering with Pamoza International to collect old cell phones and empty ink cartridges for recycling. Pamoza, which means together, works with families in Malawi, Africa, by sharing the love of Jesus while improving their access to food, education, health care, and sources of income. Money from the recycling program will support three school farms, which are used to feed nearly 1,200 students each school day. A container for you to donate old cell phones and empty ink cartridges is in our lobby.
AUGUST 3-9, HUMANKIND WATER MISSION TRIP. A six-day mission trip to the Dominican Republic, led by Bruce Carter, is being planned in partnership with Humankind Water. Applicants must be 16 or older, in good health, with willing, servant hearts. For more info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.