Welcome to the Mason Valley Assembly website!
Welcome to the Mason Valley Assembly website. We're excited about what God is doing here at MVAG! We have friendly people and a comfortable atmosphere, and together we are learning to walk a Christ-like life. Come and join us – we know you’ll feel blessed when you leave! This website will keep you posted on events happening at MVAG - we look forward to welcoming you to our services and special events.
Through this site, we have made it user friendly to make online donations. Just click the “Donate Now” button.
This is our seventh year with the Backpack and Clothing Giveaway. Last year provided 150 backpacks this year, filled with school supplies to local elementary, intermediate and high school students, as well as free clothing to many people who came through the doors! Check out our Backpack Giveaway donation page for more information.
Our Sunday School and Bible Study classes help us to apply God’s Word on a daily basis. We have great music, enjoying both hymns and contemporary music – you’ll find something that touches your heart!
We'll see you soon!!
AG.org News & Information
A Letter to "AG News" Readers
AG News is joining with the Pentecostal Evangel to become PE News!
Mandy Groot Appointed as National Girls Ministries Director
Mandy Groot, the former Ohio AG District Girls Ministries director, has been appointed as the new AG National Girls Ministries director.
Couple Pours God's Love into Notorious Bronx Neighborhood
Through Real Life Church, Reggie and Ibelsa Stutzman find various means to minister to prostitutes, drug addicts and gang members.
Video Contest Encourages College Students to Help End World Hunger
Chi Alpha announces the winners of its video contest promoting the ministry's partnership with feedONE by answering the question, "Why feedONE?"
Evangel University Successfully Launches First Doctoral Program
Evangel University's first doctoral program, an Ed.D. of Educational Leadership in Curriculum & Instruction, offered for the fall 2014 semester, sees 15 students participating in the program's cohort.