Service Times


8:00 AM & 10:45 AM


6:15 PM

Listen to WEDNESDAY teachings HERE.




New Here?

Are you new to Appleton? Are you new to church? No matter your reasoning, we are glad to have you here. Feel free to take a look around and if you have any questions feel free to contact us. We would love to hear from you. 

Our Mission


We are preparing people to meet Jesus.  We were called to go out and preach the Gospel to the lost and broken. We have a heart for serving and bringing people to Jesus. We would love for you to join us in our mission.



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COVID-19 UPDATE: Thank you for visiting our website.  We continue to monitor the current COVID 19 pandemic and seek to honor our Lord Jesus Christ and to be good stewards of the life and health of the people of our communities. There are many ways the Valley Church family is staying connected and continuing our ministry of preparing people to meet Jesus.  We are currently having worship on site at 8:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. on Sundays.  We are also open for people to join on site at 6:15 p.m. on Wednesdays.  The Wednesday services are also still available live via remote access.  You may listen to the Sunday worship service at the link below.  Please call or email to request to be included in the invitation to join us via remote access for small group Bible studies or our Wednesday evening prayer and Bible study service.

Listen to the latest sermon here!



Effectively applying the truth of God's word to address the difficult issues of life. This service is open to everyone!



We are leading and equipping families to grow in Christ. We have classes for all ages from preschool to adults. Learn more and find what fits you best



Our STRIDE class is perfect if you are new to church, want to learn new methods to read your Bible, or  see how God is changing your life. We meet every Sunday at 9:30am.


Visit our construction page!

Quick Look:

Our next phase of building will provide opportunities for the Valley family to flourish for years to come. The 500-seat worship center used for multiple services will allow us to grow to up to 800+ people! 

Imagine the ripple effect of those people encountering Jesus Christ each week and impacting the world for the glory of God! 

View plans here!



WEDNESDAY EVENING TEACHING - Our Wednesday evening service is open to all who would like to come to the Worship Center at the church building. Remote access will be available for those who want to join from home. We look forward to seeing each of you. Contact valleysec@valleyconnex.org to receive the remote access invitation information.  


BIBLICAL COUNSELING TRAINING - This training is open to anyone who is interested in honing the skill of helping hurting people find the peace of God as the Holy Spirit reveals to us how to properly apply God’s Word to their life situation. The topic for July is "When the Counseling Assignment Does Not Go Well". If you’ll be attending, please RSVP your attendance to


On The Menu

Wednesday Meals

have been suspended
until further notice.

Thank you for your patience & understanding!

Food is purchased on Monday so sign up is required by Sunday 7:00 p.m. for the following week's meal. Click What's Cookin' below for the Upcoming Menu.

​​​​​​​Dinner is served from 5:15-5:45.  This allows time for the kitchen help to clean up and make it to service.  


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"Teach Us to Pray"

The Bible records that after Jesus was praying, His disciples approached Him and asked that He would teach them to pray. (Luke 11:1) Doubtless they had noted that prayer for Jesus was something deeper and more profound than the prayers they had been taught to repeat as a part of the synagogue rituals.  There seemed to be a very personal and profound element to these times the Son spent with His Father.

In response, we have what we have come to know as the Lord’s Prayer, or some refer to it as the Model Prayer.  That prayer begins by addressing God both in a very personal way as our Father and then giving Him the honor and glory due His great Name.

The prayer moves quickly to the first request: “Your kingdom come, Your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”  This first petition fixes our gaze on God.  It also expresses great trust in His plans and purpose.  It acknowledges God’s activity in the world.

How much of our prayers reflect this foundational request?  As I pray, I am often convicted of how much of “my will be done” is revealed as the motive behind even some noble sounding requests.  As we look at our world today, are we really bold enough to pray for God’s will to be done as completely and thoroughly here on earth as it is in heaven?  Ponder that before you answer too quickly. 

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