Valley Road Global is the banner under which our world mission activity takes place. Our key partnership is with Valley Road Shekinah, a church planting movement in India with whom we work in ministry training and development, building homes for orphans, and providing water wells in needy villages.
Other works include funding the building of medical clinics amongst the Lisu people of Western China, and local church ministry development at home and abroad.
Valley Road International Church is connected with LCI (Life Church International) a family of like-minded churches world-wide.
April and July School Holidays
Outreach to 5 - 11 year olds. Ps Rachel McQueen and a huge team of church volunteers have been running these programmes for 11 years and have reached an estimated 2000 children in Mt Eden and the wider Auckland area with the truth of God’s love.
Mainly music has been running at Valley Road since 2006 and is part of the Mainly Music association in NZ. The weekly sessions are for pre-schoolers and their parents/caregivers in the local area. We have half an hour of music with singing and dancing, using props and instruments, followed by morning tea. We aim to provide a place where adults and children can have fun together, while getting to know each other and hear about God through some of the songs in the sessions and celebrations throughout the year.
Time: 10:30 am Friday (during school terms)
Cost: $4 for each session
Ages: Babies and preschoolers
Contact person: Karen Blakeley Ph: 533 8090
Valley Road Home Groups are about life together as small communities within our church as a whole.
We gather together with the intention of forming deep relationships as we pray, study the scripture, break bread, and grow in our love for God together.
We are the rangatahi (younger members) of our big church whanau at Valley. As youth we have a variety of huis every Friday; including combined gatherings with Green Bay and El Shaddai, who are a big part of our lager community. We aim to build our lives on The Way (Jesus), as we learn to have a H.O.T (hear-obey-thrive) culture, created by the youth and knitted together by The Wairua Tapu.