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SUNDAY MORNINGS AT 9:30 AM
On Sunday mornings at 9:30 am, 6th-12th-grade students attend the VRBC Worship Service together. Students are welcome to sit
with their families or with the Student Ministry on the
front left side of the worship center.
MIDDLE SCHOOL GROW GROUPS
SUNDAY MORNINGS AT 11 AM
Each Sunday morning during the Grow Group semester, our Middle School students gather in the Student Area on the 2nd Floor for Grow Groups after the worship service. At Grow Groups, we grow as individuals and as a community by studying the Bible, building deeper friendships, and discovering what it means to be a follower of Jesus in our schools, with our friends, and with our neighbors. Also . . . donuts!
HIGH SCHOOL GROW GROUPS
SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 5 PM
During the Grow Group semester, High School students meet at homes throughout the community on Sunday nights. It’s a great time of fellowship as we study God’s Word together! Make sure to stay connected through Remind to find out where your group will be meeting.
MS: 6 TO 8 PM | HS: 7 TO 9 PM
MDWK is the best night of the week! We meet in the Student Area for games, food, fellowship and Bible study. MDWK is a great time to bring friends and get connected to the Student Ministry.
We gather in Family Groups once a month for fun evenings of mentoring, serving, and just hanging out. These are unique and amazing groups to be a part of as this is the family you serve with on our yearly mission trip! Check out the calendar for the next Family Group Night.
FORMS & HANDOUTS
The official policy handout and background check form for adults (18+) wanting to help with Valley Ranch Student Ministries. (Form must be renewed every 2 years.)
Mental health is something that everyone, especially parents, should be educated about and take very seriously. The Grace Alliance is an organization in Waco that hopes to connect, care for, and support families and individuals seeking mental health recovery.
The Digital Kids Initiative provides information and resources for parents, youth workers, and educators to help kids navigate their digital world.
Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology.
Founded in 1985 by Jim Burns, Homeword is designed to equip families for success. Homeword does this through daily radio programs, an extensive web site — with one of the best monthly parent newsletters you can find anywhere — and lots of quality print material.
FORMS & HANDOUTS
The Center for Parent and Youth Understanding is committed to building strong families by serving to bridge the cultural-generational gap between parents and teenagers. This is an excellent equipping site for parents — plenty of articles, blogs, videos, free resources, etc!