Band of Brothers: Valley Bible Churches ministry to men.

Sep
21
September 21
Thursday 7:00 PM
Sep
24
September 24
Sunday 7:30 AM
We are called to lead our church community in prayer. Join the men of VBC as we commit to pray for the needs of our church family. We meet every Sunday, rain or shine. If you can't join us in person, please be praying where you are.
VBC @ the Crossing, Room Seminar 1
Sep
28
September 28
Thursday 7:00 PM
Oct
01
October 01
Sunday 7:30 AM
We are called to lead our church community in prayer. Join the men of VBC as we commit to pray for the needs of our church family. We meet every Sunday, rain or shine. If you can't join us in person, please be praying where you are.
VBC @ the Crossing, Room Seminar 1
Oct
05
October 05
Thursday 7:00 PM

MEN'S MINISTRY TEAM

Gary Stafford (Elder)

Brent Robery

Song Park

Tim Putney

Mark Conley

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