Welcome to Valley Presbyterian Church
If you feel lost or if you feel found,
if you have questions or if you have peace,
if you've gone to church all your life
or if you've never once crossed the threshold
you are very welcome here!
In the interest of public safety, our church building will remain closed until further notice. While our building is temporarily empty, our ministries continue. You are invited to join us through our electronic connections. Please click on the FaceBook icon to navigate to our FaceBook page, or email the church office with questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Church Office is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9 am until 12:30 pm. Terri Flanagan is happy to answer your questions -- or just chat.
During this transition period as we launch our pastoral search, we have been invited to join in worship with our brothers and sisters at the Wilton Presbyterian Church via their YouTube channel.
Wilton's worship services are posted there each Saturday -- ready for you to view at your convenience on Sunday or anytime during the week. We continue to offer Sunday morning adult Bible Study classes via ZOOM, most Sundays at 10AM. Contact Mike Ecsedy or the church office to join the group for lively discussions. New faces are always welcome.
Sign up for our midweek E-Blasts by emailing or calling the church office at: email@example.com or leave a message on the answering machine -- 203-775-2624. Email or call the church office if you have a prayer request that you would like added to our Deacons' prayer chain. Terri Flanagan is checking messages and email.
As always, know that all are welcome, always. Please stay safe. We will keep you informed as the situation evolves. If you have any questions or if needs arise, please call Terri Flanagan for assistance. Please continue to pray for God's healing touch, strength and courage for all of our brothers and sisters.
Adult Bible Study 9am
Worship Service, 10am
Presbyterians Today article
Click here to read "Sandy Hook: Five Years Later" detailing the ways Deacon Lea Attanasio and her colleague have used poetry to help our community heal.