You Are Most Welcome

Priest: The Rev. David Reed

Phone: ​540-255-2084
Email: 

pastor@anglicanchurchofthevalley.org

Who We Are

Where We Are

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The Anglican Church of the Valley is a welcoming, Bible-based, protestant Christian church that continues the faith, liturgy and traditions of the Anglican Communion, a worldwide group of churches with roots in the Church of England.  It is a member of the Anglican Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic, a diocese of the Anglican Church in North America [ACNA]. We use the beautiful new ACNA liturgy.​


It would be a delight to have you worship with us and we would truly enjoy enjoy getting to know you. Together we will serve Christ, support each other and celebrate the gift of God's love. If you have questions, prayer requests or simply wish to talk with someone, give me a call at 540 255-2084 or contact me by email at:pastor@anglicanchurchofthevalley.org.

 A fellow Christian,

David.


We are a community of caring people who support one another, pray for one another and enjoy our times together for worship, service and fellowship. We hold our beliefs and our faith in Christ with complete sincerity and we are firmly committed to living our faith in service to each other and our community.

Contact Us

The Anglican Church of the Valley holds regular Sunday worship services at the Temple House of Israel, 15 North Market Street, in Staunton, Virginia.  We are at the east end of the historic downtown - and we look forward to your visit.  If you need help finding us, call 540-255-2084.

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  • 10 am ​
    Study & Discussion Group

    Community Room 2

Thank you for checking out our web site. I hope the information you find here will help you get to know something about the Anglican Church of the Valley.  However, the most important things about us are found in the people that form our worship community.

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The Rev. David Reed

      Children's Sunday School
      Community Room 1

  • 11 am
    ​Holy Communion Service

  • Right Now...  The Sunday Morning Study Group is continuing a study of the Anglican Homilies. The First Book of Homilies was published in 1547, two years before the first Book of Common Prayer.  Its purpose was to introduce worshippers in English parishes to the fundamental theological foundations of the English Reformation.  The Homilies offer another way to examine the Biblical/theological foundations of our Anglican heritage.  You can access the homilies here.

The Rev. Dr. John Gibson has just completed a series of presentations on  "When God Does Something New."  It's a fresh look at how God acts in our world...  And it is available HERE for you to hear.