Redbank Valley
Church Association

P.O. Box 75
New Bethlehem, PA. 16242
(814) 367-3331
[email protected]
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About Us

handsMeetings of the Redbank Valley Church Association are typically held the first Tuesday night of September, November, January, March and May. Meetings begin at 7 pm and are held at different locations each month.

The Redbank Valley Church Association is made of up of dedicated members representing the various churches in the Redbank Valley community. Open to members of all denominations, we work to faithfully answer God’s call to celebrate our diversity while providing opportunities to serve and worship.

RVCA Helping HandsOur members organize worship services throughout the year to promote times of combined community worship opportunities. These opportunities include Lenten services held at 12 noon on the six Wednesdays of Lent, an Easter Sunrise Service at 7 am, a Baccalaureate Service for the graduating class at 7 pm, the first Sunday of May, a Community Hymn Sing at 7 pm, the second Sunday night of June at Gumtown Park, the Festival of Music at the Clarion County Fair, 6pm, the first Sunday night of the fair and a Community Thanksgiving Service, 7 pm, Wednesday before Thanksgiving.

Because a life of faith is a life of service, the association works together to provide aid for those in need in our community. Through our outreach programs; the Redbank Valley Food Pantry, our annual Scholarship Program, we help families of all shapes and sizes.

We are all members of the family of God. The Redbank Valley Church Association is the committed effort in this community to live into this wonderful gift that is life in faith together.

Officers

CoordinatorRev. Randy Hopper
Co-coordinatorRev. Doug Henry
SecretaryDebbie Silvis
Co-Treasurer(s)Debbie Green
Carman Hopper
Publicity CoordinatorDave Green

Meetings

Meetings of the Redbank Valley Church Association are the first Tuesday night of January, March, September, and November. Meetings begin at 7 pm and are held at different locations each month. Each member church is encouraged to send one representative and pastor to these meetings. Other non-voting volunteers and guests are invited to attend as well.