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Music

"TUNE MY HEART TO SING YOUR GRACE"

From jazz to bluegrass to hymns to Bach to original songs, you will hear all kinds of music at VPC! 

Our worship team leads us in worship each week and we are always ready to welcome new singers or instrumentalists. 

Our Chancel Choir sings a variety of genres: traditional favorites, classical pieces, or world music — depending on what the liturgy calls for. Our choir includes a dedicated core membership of professional singers and talented amateurs who commit to a weekly rehearsal schedule on Wednesday nights. The choir presents one or two major works each year.

Our Bell Choir, called “Redwood Ringers” also practices weekly and plays full of joy! Novice and experienced ringers welcome!

Please contact us for more information about our music and how you can become involved.

Arts

CREATING EXPERIENCES AT VPC

We believe everyone is creative.

Do you paint? Write? Cook? Design? VPC is a a place to offer your gifts and collaborate with others. We’re always looking to incorporate a variety of voices and layers into our community. 

Please contact us for more information.

Portola Valley Theatre Conservatory

TELLING STORIES THAT AWAKEN THE HUMAN SPIRIT

Portola Valley Theatre Conservatory strives to create quality theatrical experiences for audiences and artists throughout the Bay Area Peninsula. PVTC was founded by Artistic Director Cheryl Goodman-Morris, who was also pastor of Worship and Arts at Valley Presbyterian Church. It was Cheryl’s desire, along with PVTC Board Chair, Tom Kelley, and the members of Valley Pres to create a quality theatre arts program that would open VPC’s doors wide to the community.

PVTC was incorporated as a 501c3 in 1994. It is now led by Noelle Goodman-Morris and welcomes 150 students, kindergarten through high school, to take performing arts classes weekly at the Valley Pres campus. In addition, our teaching artists conduct classes in local schools, home schools, and in East Palo Alto. Plays and musicals featuring kids and adults focus on messages of hope and transformation. Hundreds of students and thousands of audience members have become part PVTC’s special arts community!