Buck Valley Christian Church believes that one of the vital aspects of true discipleship is offering designated opportunities for spiritual growth. As a result, we offer an extensive Sunday School program for all ages. This program includes a ppr-k class, a grade K-3 class, a grade 4-6 class and teen class, as well as a traditional adult class and small group studies at different times throughout the year for those seeking to enrich their marriages, strengthen their parenting and other relevant topics.
Buck Valley Christian Church believes that it is vital to minister to the next generation of leaders. As a result, we have crafted an exciting children’s ministry that includes such things as Children’s Church, Vacation Bible School, Youth Group and opportunities for participation in services throughout the year.
Buck Valley Christian Church has a vibrant women’s group that meets every other week during the school year. This group includes important opportunity for fellowship, as well as digging deep into the Word of God through exploring such topics as “Twelve Women of The Bible” or the Sister Chic Bible studies.
Buck Valley Christian Church has a powerful men’s group that meets every other week during the school year. This group gives men an important avenue to share hurts, struggles and successes with other men and to grow together though Bible studies by such noted men as Tim Tebow and Tony Dungy.
Buck Valley Christian Church is privileged to have an exceptional music ministry highlighted by our own Praise Band and a lengthy rotation of pianists. There are plenty of opportunities for individuals to participate through singing in the Choir or other special events.
Buck Valley Christian Church believes that the church has been given a task by Jesus Christ to “Go into all the world and teach the Gospel”. Part of that task includes supporting worldwide, local and national missions endeavors by giving financially and by providing individual opportunities for doing missions work. To accomplish that task, BVCC has committed to designating approximately a third of its annual budget to mission endeavors, as well as sending teams to volunteer at local ministries like Joy-El and the Hope Center of Hagerstown.