WE DESIRE TO GROW SPIRITUALLY HEALTHY FAMILIES. We support parents by creating a clear spiritual formation pathway that starts in the crib and leads all the way until young adults reach college. We strive to partner with parents in preparing their students for a lifetime of faith in Christ and a love for and commitment to His body.
WE CONNECT EVERY CHILD/STUDENT TO A CARING, INTERESTED AND CONSISTENT SMALL GROUP LEADER. VCC is committed to becoming a well-integrated, multi-generational movement. We strive for real integration…this type of integration is more than simply inviting the children and teens to come to the Sunday morning meeting once a month. We’ve created two Student Ministry groups to better address the needs and challenges of each. We are relational and intentional. It is when men and women invest and involve themselves in the lives of the next generation by teaching, coaching, mentoring and engaging students on a week to week basis. In Family Ministry, this is investment for the long haul. It’s like playing for keeps.
Because what you do over time really does matter in the life of a student.
The mission of The A/P student ministries is to see every single student in the Tri-valley own a faith in Jesus and join God on His mission to save the world. Our services offer the fun that students need with the serious and empowering moments that are necessary for them to grow in the Lord and reach their friends.
Kids Club is an outreach on the public school campus. We bring a team of volunteers weekly during the school year to reach children right where they are. We teach the scripture and character building through small groups, large group games, music and Bible lessons.
MPACT is a girls club that meets on Wednesday nights during the school year. Rainbows is co-ed for children 3 to kindergarten and girls club is 1st grade to entering 6th grade. Here they learn scripture and character development through activities and special events.
City Blast is our summer outreach where we come together to reach the families of the Tri-Valley. We bring the gospel to the children right at Emerald Glen park. We join together with with the community to share the love of Jesus with every child.
One of our seniors here at Valley Christian High School, Saiki Roy, is going to be doing his senior bible project on Saturday, March 18th, from 7pm-9pm in our Worship and Performing Arts Center. Saiki
It's been a long time coming!! We have finally relaunched our student ministry team in the youth group. We haven't met as a group since May of 2016, and after we took the summer off,