Church Just Went All Digital

Ellie Grazzini
Mar 13th, 2020
1 minute read

We are moving online!

New Online Service Times

Saturday 4PM

Sunday 7AM – 7PM (on the hour, every hour)

Monday – Thursday 7PM

This afternoon, Governor Walz announced limitations on all gatherings of more than 250 in Minnesota. As a result, beginning Saturday, March 14, all services, events, and groups at our River Valley Church campus locations are suspended until further notice. Lifegroups and other meetings in homes and in the community are encouraged to continue and leverage the online tools available to you! We encourage you to follow the health and safety guidelines outlined by the Minnesota Department of Health.

We see this as an opportunity to activate as the body of Christ in a whole new way!

Even though we can’t gather as a large group, this is a perfect time to be with your family, neighbors, and friends online or in-person to be the Church together!

Pick a service time and engage with it!

Note: For the safety of our staff and church community, if you or someone in your household tests positive for COVID-19, please notify us as soon as possible hr@rivervalley.org.

New Online Service Times

Saturday 4PM

Sunday 7AM – 7PM (on the hour, every hour)

Monday – Thursday 7PM

River Valley Church – Leading people into an authentic, life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.

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