A God-sized Gift
VALLEY BROOK CAMPUS
For years Valley Brook has claimed the promise of Ephesians 3:20 which says: His power at work in us can do far more than we dare ask or imagine.
Praise God for answering our prayers for a building in an unimaginable way! Through the overwhelming generosity of a North Granby couple, God provided a new home for Valley Brook. In March 2013, Rod and Janice Reynolds, gifted their 85-acre estate, 30,000 sq. ft. equestrian center and 8,000 sq. ft. home to Valley Brook.
After 13 years of pastoring established churches, Pastor Clark recognized that one of the most effective ways to help people come to faith was through starting new churches.
As he prayed about this, God gave him a vision for starting a church that would help people know and grow with God through faith in Jesus Christ.
At that same time, Valley Community Baptist Church in Avon, Connecticut - having also decided that the best way to reach people for Christ was through starting new churches - contacted Pastor Clark about starting their first church plant or "daughter" church.
Pastor Clark and his family moved to Granby.
Valley Brook Community Church opened in September.
Valley Brook outgrew the elementary school (now Kelly Lane Primary School) they were renting and moved to the Granby Memorial High School for Sunday morning services.
Celebrate 10 year anniversary!
During the summer, Valley Brook members vote to accept a gift of 85 acres in North Granby including a 30,000 sq. ft. equestrian center and 8,000 sq. ft. home. Work begins in the fall on the reconstruction of the equestrian center.
In January the office construction phase was completed and Valley Brook offices and student center relocate to the new campus.
On June 28 Sunday service moves to our current location in North Granby.