This year, it was really tough to get together for a fundraising event for the church, so we are trying something new! This year, we will be hosting an online auction powered by our church’s website featuring items hand-assembled with love and donated by the congregation. We will accept bids from Sunday, June 6 at 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM on Sunday, June 20 on the items for sale. You can view the items for sale now at www.sotvchurch.com/auctions. All proceeds will benefit the general fund. Please share this with your friends and family!
Webmaster and Committee Chair, Media and Technology Committee
Jacob Schandel served as Shepherd of the Valley's Media and Technology coordinator from 2010-2015, before temporarily stepping down due to academic obligations. He has served as Webmaster and Media and Technology Committee Chair since 2017 and actively continues in this volunteer position at our church.
The 2022 altar flower envelopes are ready and are on the table in the Fellowship Hall at the church. Pick your dates early, they seem to go fast!
Twenty years ago today, a tragedy struck the United States, the likes of which we have never seen before. Tomorrow, our worship service will be a memorial service as we remember those who were lost.
Every year, our church has a special collection during the 40 Days of Lent, our 40 Challenge. In past years, you may remember us collecting items to make Blessing Bags for those in need, canned food, or other items which could help those who need it. Our 40 Challenge this year will benefit the Stark…
Helping Hands is again part of the cash back program. Please save your ACME Fresh Market register receipts, dated from August 5, 2021 – December 25, 2021. There’s a flyer on bulletin board at the church. You may give your receipts to Mary Drotleff in the church office or lay them on her desk. All…
Our church’s monthly newsletter, Cross Talk, is now available for the month of April! You can read it by clicking here. For previous issues of Cross Talk, please visit www.sotvchurch.com/crosstalk.
Tonight at council, a discussion came up while discussing church property management. A question was posed with relation to mowing the church grounds about possibly removing or relocating the flowering bushes at the rear of the church building (along the south end of the church property, running along the farmer’s field). No decision has been made at…