Spend Sunday mornings with a church that shares your values!
Lenten Season Schedule
- Sunday, April 9: Palm Sunday Service
- Thursday, April 13: Maundy Thursday Servce @ The Community House -- 7:00 pm
- Friday, April 14: Good Friday Blood Drive @ The Community House -- 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sunday, April 16: EASTER Service @ The Masonic Center
Come as you are!! We are a casual church and we are more interested in you than what you might be wearing. Also, you are welcome to sit wherever your heart desires. We feel we are the best kept secret in the Valley.
United Church of the Valley values spiritual growth, education, environmental harmony, inclusion, interfaith understanding and social justice because we believe we are called to continue the ministry of Jesus Christ in the present age. We listen for the voice of a still speaking God and in all things seek to understand the will of a just and loving God.
Children are invited to Sunday School and a play area for our youngest allows parents to still participate in the service. After worship, join us for refreshments and conversation so we can all get to know each other better.
We are proud to say you will find all types of people at UCV: dedicated leaders, faithful followers, questioning hearts, lost sheep, and vibrant, imaginative personalities. UCV is not a place for spectators! It is a place for team members. We want you to be part of our amazing church community Learn, serve and grow with UCV!
Where we worship...
At UCV, we understand that a church is a group of people, not a building. We are a congregation that has worshipped in several buildings since our founding, seeking facilities that suit our present needs. Currently, we worship at the Temecula Masonic Center, 27895 Diaz Rd, (the white building with a blue awning) across from the Temecula DMV. (Enter in back from side street, Via Dos Picos.) Doors open at 9 a.m., worship begins at 10 a.m. and all are invited to stay for fellowship afterward, around 11 a.m.
Statement of Affirmation
We, the congregation of United Church of the Valley, Murrieta, declare ourselves to be Open and Affirming. As such, we strive to be a congregation that welcomes all persons, regardless of age; mental and physical health and ability; racial, ethnic, and cultural identity or background; economic, educational, and social status; sexual orientation, gender identity and its expression; marital status and family structure; or faith background.
We welcome all to share in the life and leadership, ministry, fellowship, worship, sacraments, stewardship, blessings and joys of our congregation's life in Christ.
As an Open and Affirming congregation we are called to continue the work of Jesus Christ... seeking ways to love and understand all people... establishing the ways of peace, hope, healing, and justice. No matter where you are on life's jouney, you AND your questions are welcome here.
Open and Affirming
*Where love and hope live*
Statement of Purpose
We believe that we are called to continue the work of Jesus Christ in this world through teaching and preaching the love of God, seeking ways to love and understand all people and
establishing the ways of peace, hope, healing and justice.
Our faith is progressive in accomplishing these tasks in cooperation with any and all who seek the same goals for this world.
UCV Facebook Group!
Be sure to check out our Facebook group, where you can meet other members of UCV online, post questions, announcements, news, pictures and more. We strive to be a church with open communication where everybody is invited to participate.