2020 we entered with fears of an International Pandemic, that eventually shut down businesses and changed our interactions.

2021 began with hope of vaccinations, offensive violence at our Nations’ Capitol, and something of a whimper.

How shall we live into 2022? A year of fresh commitments? New Relationships? Hope? Most often, I find that people like Camels, follow their noses, so the direction we set is where we will follow.

I am looking at 2022 with great hope, and a little less anxiety, and hope you are as well.

Pastor Craig
Come and join Mia Lee Cooper at Valley Presbyterian Church at 9:00 A.M. Monday's, Wednesday's, and Friday's.

Mia Lee Cooper, a certified exercise trainer, leads exercises that address the needs of people with Parkinson's.  If the person with Parkinson's has balance issues, he or she should be accompanied by a partner or caregiver when exercising.
How does your faith work? Is it working? I am starting a class that will help all of us strengthen our faith through each other's experiences, successes, and stories. This is basic Christianity. How do we take Sunday morning faith, put it to work, and live the best life we can? That is the mission of the new FaithWorks class with a Zoom option as well. (Persons wanting the Zoom meeting option please email Pastor Diane.) your teacher Chuck Ramsay.
Written by Dr. Atul Gawande, BEING MORTAL discusses the last stages of life from his experiences with patients.  This class will meet for 6 weeks for 90 minutes and will be facilitated by Eloise Fredrickson, Chris Erickson, and Pastor Diane Christopher. Purchase books online or through Pastor Diane. Books are $10.00

Please get the book and read chapter one before class starts.
The church’s Pictorial Directory needs your photograph!  Make your appointment online by clicking on the link below or on our church website.  IT WON’T BE COMPLETE WITHOUT YOU!

Choose from appointments on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – February 2,3,4.

If you need assistance with scheduling your appointment you can contact the church office at 520-625-5023 and they can assist you.
Music in the Valley Presents:

Music in the Valley  
Saturday, January 15th at 3:00 p.m. - String Quartet Music featuring popular classical, broadway and pop music.

Sunday, February 13th at 3:00 p.m. - "Endless Love" featuring University of Arizona's Professor of Voice, Darnell T. Roulhac.

Sunday, March 6th at 3:00 p.m. - Caleb Collins, Grammy Award Nominee will bring his piano stylings and velvety vocals together in a concert of jazz standards and treasured hymns.

Tickets for the above-noted concerts will be $20 per person.  Tickets are available at Valley Presbyterian Church in the office.
Sunday, January 16th Kettle event will feature a pork tenderloin dinner at 5 pm, then at 6 pm a performance by Hardscrabble Road with Katie Sayre as the female vocalist. 

Tickets are $13 and will be on sale January 2nd and 9th. 
Pam and Dave are international speakers for Operation Mobilization with responsibility for activities in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran, and North India. Speaking Farsi, they have been active in Iran with Afghanistan refugees who have no legal status in Iran and are cruelly treated. When they write “AFGHANISTAN: MY TEARS”  it is their deep personal experience and is reflected in their work in Wisconsin.
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Valley Presbyterian Church
2800 S. Camino del Sol
Green Valley, AZ. 85622
(520) 625-5023

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