Valley View Southern Baptist Church
Proclaiming Jesus by Serving Others

April 21, 2019

prelude by Lynda Kwiatkowski

Welcome, Announcements & Prayer

by Pastor Rick Rinde

Call to Worship 

  • Hymn #290 “I Am Thine, O Lord” verses 1, 3, & 4
  • Hymn #160 “Low in the Grave He Lay” all verses
  • Poem by Breanna Boudreaux: “The Resurrection”
  • Hymn #159 “Christ the Lord Is Risen Today” all verses


  • offertory by Lynda Kwiatkowski

Special Music

by The Valley View Praise Team:

  • “Forever”
  • “Scars”


by Pastor Rick Rinde

  • “He Is Risen”


  • Hymn #280 “Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross”

postlude by Lynda Kwiatkowski 

spiritual decision or commitment

During the Invitation, if you wish to unite with this body of believers by profession of faith and baptism, transfer of letter, or statement of faith, we invite you to come forward and share that decision. You may also renew your commitment to Christ and to His church during this time.

  • No evening service today. Happy Easter!
  • VBS is June 24-28— We need lots of help with VBS, even if you don’t work with kids. Please let us know how you can help, and please be in prayer for this important ministry.
  • Assistant Treasurer & Sunday School Teacher Needed- We are in need of someone to fill the roles of Assistant Treasurer and Sunday School Teacher for 1st-3rd graders. Please be in prayer over these important positions in the life of our church. Let Pastor Rick know if you are interested in either of these positions or know of someone who might be a good candidate. (must be an active church member)
  • Widow’s Mite—group for widows; next meeting will be Sat, April 27 at 11:00am here at church. Brunch is served. They will meet every 4th Saturday of the month.
  • Annie Armstrong Easter Offering: Today is the last day we will collect the Annie Armstrong Easter offering. The national goal is $70 million. The church goal is $1,500. More information can be found at or on the bulletin board in the foyer.
  • Crocheting & Knitting: Tuesdays & Fridays @10am, Senior Center.


WMU:  Tuesday, May 7th at 9:30am

Council Meeting: Sunday, May 5th @5pm.

Business Meeting: Sunday May 12th @5pm

Men’s Breakfast: Saturday, May 18, @7:30am

Ladies Luncheon: Tuesday, May 21 @11:30am

Further Information

poems of faith 

“The Cross”

In evil long I took delight,

Unawed by shame or fear,

Till a new object struck my sight,

And stopped my wild career.

I saw One hanging on a tree,

In agonies and blood;

He fixed His languid eyes on me,

As near His cross I stood.

Sure never till my latest breath,

Shall I forget that look!

It seemed to charge me with His death,

Though not a word He spoke.

A second look He gave, which said,

"I freely all forgive;

This blood is for thy ransom paid;

I die that thou mayest live."

Thus while His death my sin displays

In all its blackest hue,

Such is the mystery of grace,

It seals my pardon too!

— by John Newton

Last Sunday Report

Sunday School Attendance  31

   >Bibles Read: 17 >Contact: 17

Morning Worship  62

Offering $420.00 (Sun School)

Budget $2,700.00

Our Mission Slogan: “Proclaiming Jesus by Serving Others”

Our Mission Statement: Our mission is to Worship God, Evangelize the Lost, Disciple Believers, Teach and Obey the Word of God, and Meet the Needs of Others.