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WELCOME TO VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH

Service Times

SUNDAY SERVICE:

8:00AM & 10:45AM

​BIBLE STUDY - ALL AGES

​9:30AM - 10:30 AM

WEDNESDAY FAMILY SERVICE:

6:15PM


New Here?

Are you new to Appleton? Are you new to church? No matter your reasoning, we are glad to have you here. Feel free to take a look around and if you have any questions feel free to contact us. We would love to hear from you. 



Our Mission

We are preparing people to meet Jesus.  We were called to go out and preach the Gospel to the lost and broken. We have a heart for serving and bringing people to Jesus. We would love for you to join us in our mission.



Contact Us

Questions? You can reach us at:

920-733-8823

valleysec@valleyconnex.org






VALLEYCONNEX

BIBLICAL COUNSELING

Effectively applying the truth of God's word to address the difficult issues of life. This service is open to everyone!



FAMILY

MINISTRY

We are leading and equipping families to grow in Christ. We have classes for all ages from preschool to adults. Learn more and find what fits you best



NOT SURE

WHERE TO START?

Our STRIDE class is perfect if you are new to church, want to learn new methods to read your Bible, or  see how God is changing your life. We meet every Sunday at 9:30am.


JOIN OUR CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

Our next phase of building will provide opportunities for the Valley family to flourish for years to come. The 400-seat worship center used for multiple services will allow us to grow to up to 650 people! 


Imagine the ripple effect of those people encountering Jesus Christ each week and impacting the world for the glory of God! 


UPCOMING EVENTS

06/
​03

MEN'S BREAKFAST - Join the men of Valley as they gather for a time ofrow fellowship, worship and great food. We invite you father,  your sons, neighbors, but most importantly, we invite you. 

06/
05

FLOWER SHOPPING & LUNCH - The Valley women invite you to join them for a morning of flower shopping follwed by lunch at the Fin 'n Feather. ​​​​​​​

06/
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CHURCH PICNIC - Mark your calendars for the annual church picnic! Check back for more details! 


On The Menu: 

May 31

Beefy Enchilada

​​​​​​​Vegetable

Dessert


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Sacrifices

This weekend, in the United States of America, we give attention to sacrifice.  Jesus said that there is no greater sacrifice than one to lay down his life for a friend.  Decoration Day began in the aftermath of the Civil War.  No war in our country before or since had so thoroughly impacted our nation in the cost of human life.  More American lives were lost in that war than in World Wars I and II combined.  In 1868 people were encouraged to decorate the graves of those lost in this terrible conflict.  Later, after World War I the practice was expanded to honor those who had died in all wars and the observance took the name of Memorial Day.

As long as evil is in the world there will be the need to defend against it.  The brave men and women of our armed forces today stand guard against those who would be a threat to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  Already in this year, lives have been lost in this service.

The fact that it takes sacrifice to overcome evil is as old as the animals killed to clothe Adam and Eve after evil entered the world through their disobedience.  The point was further made as animal sacrifices were offered and finally the sacrificial system was laid out to Moses and recorded in the Torah (first five books of our Old Testament).  The crown and completion of this truth came in the sacrifice of our Lord Jesus Christ on the cross.

The fact that the sacrifice of a life has significance honors that sacrifice.  Jesus has once and for all conquered evil.  This gives the assurance that those today who lay down their lives to combat evil are not fighting a losing battle.  Evil loses.  Righteousness wins.
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Unfortunately, until Jesus brings all things to completion, we will still decorate the graves of those who combat the evil of this world.  Until then, we go about the work of eradicating evil one person at a time by preparing people to meet Jesus.

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