The Adult Ministry at The Vale is all about worshiping, growing, fellowship, and serving one another to further the Kingdom of Christ.
Bible Fellowship Groups
The Vale Bible Fellowship classes exist to create community and service opportunities. By studying the scriptures together and accepting various ministry opportunities, these groups allow believers to grow in their faith toward a more disciplined life and walk with Christ.
For a list of our Bible Fellowship Classes, you can download a brochure in PDF form below.Class Brochure PDF
The Senior Adult Ministry at The Vale is one that loves to worship, serve, and fellowship with one another. From weekly Bible studies to taking fun trips several times a year with one another, the Senior Adult Ministry is active in pursuing Christ personally, and as a body of believers.
This group meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00 AM at Cracker Barrel on I-635 & Oates Dr.
Our Weekly Bible Study at 9:00 AM is taught by Dyrle Phillips in room C101. For more information, contact Debra Bridges.
The Sonshine Singers
The Sonshine Singers travel on designated Tuesday mornings at 10:00 AM. This choir enjoys sharing the gift of music to those in nursing homes, as well as other opportunities throughout the year. For more information, contact Vicki Barner, Administrative Assistant for Worship Ministry.
T.L.C. Fellowship Luncheon
We meet once a quarter on every third Thursday of the month at 10:30 AM in the Lighthouse for a variety of inspirational programs followed by lunch. We also have many other trips, training seminars, and volunteer opportunities from which to choose! If you would like more information, contact Debra Bridges, Administrative Assistant for Senior Adult Ministry.
For more information on any Senior Adult events or activities, or if you have any questions, please contact Debra Bridges, Administrative Assistant for Senior Adult Ministry.
Ladies’ Christian Book Club (LCBC)
Readers & Non-Readers Unite – The LCBC meets each month (excluding December). No Reading is Required. Those who want to read the assigned book do so during the month, and readers and non-readers meet on the LAST Thursday of each month to discuss it. We read 3-4 non-fictions and 7-8 fiction throughout the year….one each month. This is a very casual group who enjoys reading and/or discussing books. Ladies of all age groups are welcome. For more information and list of books, contact Cindy Cowley.Download Book List
Ladies’ Bible Studies
Throughout the year, various ladies Bible studies are offered on Tuesday night and Thursday morning. The nursery is provided if advance reservations are made. For more information, contact Jill Rawls.
Annual Christmas Dinner
Our Annual Women’s Ministry Christmas Dinner is the 2nd Tuesday of December at 6:30 PM in the Lighthouse. Cost: $5.00. Childcare is available if advanced reservations are made. For more information, contact Jill Rawls.
Mary Hearts Ministry
Mary Hearts is our volunteer ministry in women’s ministry. Mary Hearts do a variety of volunteer projects throughout the year from stuffing bags for children’s ministry, making hygiene kits for the homeless, helping with mail outs, etc. If you would like to be added to the volunteer list, please contact Cindy Cowley.
Prayers for Prodigals
Join other women on Wednesdays at 6:30 PM in the Membership/Counseling room in praying with other parents of wandering and searching adult children.
For more information or questions regarding special women’s events & women’s ministry, please contact Jill Rawls.
The Sunnyvale Institute conducts three series per year with an emphasis on apologetics and other Biblical related subjects. This group meets at 5 PM on Sunday evenings for eleven weeks, with exception of the July theopod being three weeks. Our current study is “The Evidence for the Messiah” and our next study in spring of 2018 will be “The Decline in Christian Culture.”
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The primary purpose of the benevolence ministry is to assist people in times of need as the hands and feet of Christ. Though meeting physical needs does not directly accomplish the Great Commission, we recognize that it is often a doorway to do so. As a result, our commitment is to minister to the whole person, whether it be a physical, emotional, or spiritual need that arises.Learn More
The Vale wants to help the hurting by offering to heal through Bible-based support and encouragement groups that meet on campus on Wednesday nights from 6:30 PM – 7:45 PM. Each group is designed to meet a specific need but all groups offer Biblical instructions and loving support because each participant is significant because each is loved by God; each created in His likeness and image. We also offer a ministry for widow and widowers more information is available by contacting the church office.Learn More