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We’re starting a new series this Sunday and you’re invited!

We had a fantastic Easter weekend at ValleyPoint. Wow! It was memorable. Thank you for participating. Thank you for inviting. I’ll be sharing a weekend update on Sunday – it’s great news!

AND…we begin a brand new series called, “IS GOD…?” Questions about God seem to be endless. Scripture attests to both the incomprehensibility of God and the knowability of God. We can know some things about God, but we cannot know everything which makes him both mysterious and glorious.

So…we question. Is God good? Is God listening? Is God nurturing? Is God fair? Don’t miss the next several weeks at ValleyPoint as we answer tough questions relating to the person and the work of God. Our understanding will be enlarged. Our awe will grow. Along the way, we will discover that the more we know about God, the more enamored we become! It all starts this Sunday.

Just For You…

+ Garnet Valley Middle School Lunch – May 2017: ValleyPoint will host our annual appreciation lunch for the middle school staff. Volunteer to make food, donate items, or serve!  Sign-up begins this Sunday in the lobby.

+ Blended and Blessed – Saturday, April 29th: ValleyPoint is hosting a free one-day event for stepfamily couples, single parents, dating couples with kids, and those who care about blended families. Read more about the event here. Questions can be directed to Rich Kirk at

+ Prayer event on property – Sunday, April 30th at 6pm. Save the date for a powerful time of prayer together as a church family on the site of our future home (rain or shine)!

+ Mother/daughter brunch – Saturday, May 13th: Our Mother/daughter brunch will be on Saturday, May 13th from 9-11am at The Austin Room, 3729 Chichester Avenue, Upper Chichester. The cost per person is $25. All are invited to come and celebrate Mother’s Day with daughters, mothers, friends, and mentors. All ages welcome. Aisha Brooks-Lytle will be joining us as our guest speaker. Register here. 

Grace + Peace. See you on Sunday!


P.S. Read through Psalm 73 before Sunday!