Discover Us
We at Light of the Valley Assembly are a gathering of imperfect people from diverse backgrounds striving to be all that God has destined us to be. Having put our trust in Jesus, we work together, empowered by the Holy Spirit, to be the hands, feet, and voice of Jesus to our surrounding community.

People young and old, singles and families, committed Christians, and spiritual seekers who are just starting to ask questions about God have all found Light of the Valley their place to believe and belong. Our ministries give opportunity for everyone to participate in fellowship, teaching, and spiritual growth. We are a community that desires to “think of ways to motivate one another to acts of love and good works.” [Hebrews 10:24]

Light of the Valley draws people from just about every religious background. You will find us to be not only family-friendly, but also a friendly family! As a guest, you will feel welcome while at the same time remaining as anonymous as you want to be. We invite you to join us for a Sunday morning service; perhaps you too will find our church gathering to be your place to believe and belong.

Pastor Brad Rhodda and family

What to Expect
When does your service begin?
Our Sunday worship service begins at 10:30 a.m.

Do you have childcare?
Yes! Children from 5 years old – 6th grade may attend Light of the Valley Kids Church. Infants through age 4 may take advantage of  nursery care and may be dropped off before worship begins or at any time during the service. Use of childcare is optional. Craft boxes are always available for children  who remain with their parents.
Is there an adult Sunday School?
Sunday school topics are being prepared.  We invite you to join us for prayer at 9:30am. We could all stand to pray more!
What should I wear?
Dress is generally casual. Dress in what you feel most comfortable in!
What is 10 a.m. Fellowship?
Church family and guests gather for coffee and pastry for about a half hour before the main service begins.
Do I need to give an offering?
No! You are our guest. We want you to sit back and enjoy what we have to offer.
What if I don’t have a Bible?
Many of us use our phones for reference and we also have extra Bibles available.
Is there handicap access?
Yes. The parking lot has reserved areas and the entrance is easily accessed. Help is always available if you need assistance.
Do I need to be a member to take communion?
Communion is open to all who belong to the body of Christ. Those who have received Jesus Christ as their personal Savior are welcome to partake.