Valley Covenant Church

Reaching Up; Reaching In; Reaching Out Stillman Valley, IL
Valley Covenant Church

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Services

Address
103 S Maple
PO Box 250
Stillman Valley, IL 61084

Phone
815-645-8872

Website

Directions
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Who We Are

Valley Covenant is the small white church in Stillman Valley, IL, just outside of Rockford. Our vision is to be a caring community of believers who connect others to life in Jesus Christ.

About Us

Denomination
Evangelical Covenant Church

Size
Small

Founded
1885

Contact

Address
103 S Maple
PO Box 250
Stillman Valley, IL 61084

Phone
815-645-8872

Website

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
Worship features a blend of the best in contemporary Praise & Worship music, without neglecting the rich heritage of classic hymns. We read scripture, pray, and give attention to God's Word. On the first Sunday of the month, we celebrate the sacrament of Holy Communion. Worship is followed by a time of refreshments and conversation.

What is the community like?
Valley Covenant is a blend of empty nesters, retired folks, and young families.

What if I'm not a Christian?
Valley Covenant is a great place to listen, observe, and learn, and to ask your questions in a trusting environment.

Leadership

Rick Lindholtz

Rick Lindholtz (Lead Pastor) has a passion for serving God and loving others, and a love for the arts – particularly music and theatre. Rick served for 15 years as a Covenant Evangelism Associate, teaching and training Christians across the US and Canada in the principles of sharing their faith in a positive and compelling way. He is the founder of The Pastoral Arts, a ministry department of Artists in Christian Testimony International. Rick and his wife Alicia have a daughter in college and a son in High School.

What Members Say

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  • Valley Covenant is a caring church that is fulfilling the New Testament. They teach the Word, care for people's needs and offer a great ministry to the community. I was so blessed to be able to sing with the choir at Christmastime. We moved to Mississippi but I still miss singing with them. We heard a great sermon this morning and it brought memories of the song we sang by the Ball Brothers, It's about the Cross." Thank you for fulfilling a great need in our family.
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