Saturday 4pm I Sunday 9:30am & 11am I *ASL Interpretation at 11am service
Sunday 9:30am & 11am, 4pm
Sunday 9am & 11am
Sunday 9am & 10:45am
Sunday 9am & 11am I *ASL Interpretation on 1st and 3rd Sunday at 9am service
Sunday 9am & 10:30am
Sunday 8:30am, 9:45am & 11:15am
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Today - SOAP: 1 Samuel 8‑9
What is SOAP?
Our church-wide Bible reading plan, SOAP, is an acronym that stands for Scripture, Observation...
River Valley App
Read the Bible and journal your thoughts with the River Valley community.
Download monthly printable reading plans.
Go Kids SOAP
Monthly reading plan for kids.
The River Valley 500
We are passionate about fulfilling our vision to raise up and send out 500 full-time missionaries overseas for at least one year.
Missionary Action Plan (MAP)
The MAP is designed to help you process the role God is calling you to play in the Great Commission.
As a church, we support missionaries all across the world. You can learn more about and donate to our featured missionaries.
Plan. Vision. Dream.
Pastor Rob Ketterling
Ask, Seek, Pray
We begin each year by asking, seeking and praying about what role God wants us to play in building His kingdom.
View our 2022 Kingdom Builders projects
In this lesson, we address each piece of God’s armor for our spiritual lives and how we can live our life as spirit-empowered believers.
How do we honor God in our dating relationships?
In this lesson, we will explore what devotion to God really looks like and how we can have a thriving devotional life.
In this lesson, we will look at how God designed marriage for us and serves as an illustration of Jesus and the church.
In this lesson, we will share how we should go about sharing our faith and why evangelism still matters in our relationships with others.
In this lesson, we look at the context in which Ephesians was written.
In this lesson, we will look at what confession should look like on a regular basis for us to have a thriving relationship with Jesus.
In this lesson, we will look at how and why we should take time to be alone with God.
In this lesson, we see the radical change that Christ brought to the way we interact with people, all people, and how we are all one in Jesus.
In this lesson, we begin to see how the life of a Christian is different and how we are to live our lives in devotion to Jesus.
In this lesson, we discover the meaning of the divine mystery: how we can have a relationship with God through Jesus.
What does it mean to pursue God?