building a more loving world.

Mondays  4:00 - 5:00 pm

Sept 21 - Nov 9

For the past 20 years, Jane Tight has been coaching leaders and organizations to successful outcomes. She leads with deep, empathic listening, encouraging the best of her clients to show up. Jane's sweet spot is using the Enneagram as a transformational tool with individuals and organizations who know the world needs more self-aware people.

Mondays  6:30 - 9:00 pm

Sept 28 - Dec 14

Wednesdays 3:30 - 6:00 pm

Sept 30 - Dec 16


Pastor Jenny will help lead a circle of trust on this 12 week journey of the soul. Participants will be invited to reflect on their own journey and will learn how to hold space for each other in a way that invites them to listen to the voice of God within. This course requires a commitment to be present each week as much as possible. Limited to 12 participants (only a few spaces left).

Wednesdays  7:00 - 8:00 pm Starting Sept 23 

Darlene Batchelder will be leading a book group examining Aging as a Spiritual Practice by Lewis Richmond. This offers an inner road map for aging, acknowledging the fear, anger, and sorrow many people experience when they must confront the indignities of their aging bodies and the unknowns associated with mortality , as well as

explaining the four key stages of aging: waking up, coming to terms, letting go and appreciation.


Regardless of whether you are enjoying growing old, hating it, or in denial, each chapter is filled with relatable anecdotes. Guided meditations and contemplative reflections help us to see that while we can’t escape life’s essential problems, we can change our understanding about them and enjoy the process.”


In our group we will share our responses to what we have read and, if the group chooses, take time for prayer and mutual support.

Sundays  9:15 am on ZOOM

Weekly - Meeting ID: 725 144 2404

This Sunday, September 13, Adult Ed will practice taking an "anti-racist" review of the CA Ballot initiatives following its summer study of Ibram X. Kendi's How to be an Antiracist. Amy Worden will facilitate our discussion of Prop 17 & 22.

Prop 17 advocates for the restoration of the right to vote and the completion of a prison term. Prop 22 exempts app-based transportation and delivery companies from providing employee benefits to certain drivers. For more info, contact Ann Hadden-Cornelius.

Thursdays  1:00 - 2:00 pm Starting Sept 24 on ZOOM

Meeting ID: 846 323 26910

Bible Study will gather once a week on Thursdays to look at the texts coming up in future sermons. Pastor Jenny will lead us in a time of discussion and prayer.  


Meeting ID   898 466 056

New Fall Series

Starting September 13, Pastor Jenny began the new Fall series, Don't Stop Believing: Stories of Humanity and Hope. We are focusing on the crazy stories Jesus told in Matthew that invite us to look at the places in ourselves we’d rather avoid and find hope in the darkest places.

Join us on Zoom at 10:45 or anytime on YouTube!

   Oct 17th - 18th

Join the Rise Against Hunger

Race to School Challenge

Virtual 5k Event

Created by

Rise Against Hunger & Sponsored by

Valley Presbyterian Church!

Sundays  9:50 - 10:30 pm Sept 20 - Nov 29

Base Campers

Pre K - Grade 5

Join us on Zoom as we explore what it means to be compassionate for others, ourselves and the world. We will have songs bible stories, craft and movement. More info?  kerry@valleypreschurch.org 

September 14 

Fall Virtual Theatre Classes begin!

Register online at pvtc-ca.org

Fall session begins Sept. 14.

Questions? info@pvtc-ca.org

All classes this session are digital and are held on the Zoom platform.

We've become accustomed to what’s possible inside the confines of our screens. But how can we stretch the digital boundaries we’ve been given in 2020? Join us at Portola Valley Theatre Conservatory for creative classes that challenge students to think outside the box and keep us moving and imagining!

 Valley Presbyterian Church

945 Portola Road, Portola Valley CA 94028

650 851.8282


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