Worship Sundays @ 10:00 am

Fridays in the Valley Founders
(Vicki and Sue)

“Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.”  Victor Hugo

Valley Community Presbyterian Church has long enjoyed a rich musical heritage. Building on this tradition, Fridays in the Valley was created for local musicians to showcase their talents while providing a benefit for local charities.

Fridays in the Valley is an eclectic mix of quality musicians performing in an intimate setting, making fine music accessible to our community.

Funding for the Fridays in the Valley concert series is made possible by a gift from Greg and Mary Rom.

Partial list of previous musical performances at Fridays in the Valley Chamber Music Series include:

Dolce Wind Quintet


Pavia Wind Quintet

Prairie Fire Lady Choir

Good News Big Band

Twin Cities Horn Club

Twin Cities Trumpet Ensemble

Victory Park Brass

Stone Arch Collective

Incidental Trio

Northern Lights String Quartet






The KidPack program first started in 2010 and has grown to serve almost every elementary school in ISD 281. Local churches partner with the various schools throughout the Robbinsdale school district and work to provide food to children at the end of every school week.

Clare Terrace in Robbinsdale provides a continuum of affordable and supportive housing options that create healing communities and optimize the health of people living with HIV/AIDS. Clare Housing provides an array of housing and supportive service options designed to guide people toward wholeness and self-sufficiency.

Families Moving Forward relies on volunteers from more than 50 congregations throughout the Twin Cities metro area to create shelter space at their congregation sites. In addition to a safe place to sleep and a warm meal, volunteers share kindness and compassion with families experiencing homelessness  addressing their unique barriers to stability so they may leave the shelter program for permanent housing. 

PRISM Holiday Shoppe helps parents in need as they choose holiday presents for each of their children approximately two weeks before the holidays. PRISM receives its toys from Church Partners, local business, individuals and the Toys for Tots organization. 

Liberty 21st Century Academy in North Minneapolis provides a supportive community that encourages scholars to embrace an academically challenging lifestyle through nurturing relationships, strategic partnerships, and creative entrepreneurship. Summer opportunities and employment for scholars rising to 9th grade are available.