Piqua Teens

Expect to have fun!

Expect to laugh! Expect to make new friends! And most of all, expect to encounter God!

There’s Power at Work in You

Our goal is to love teens, develop leaders, and share the Gospel.

We understand the importance of developing personal faith and the struggles that can come with living that faith out. We work hard to create an environment where teens/students can be themselves, ask questions and find hope as they grow in their relationship with God and with others.

If we can answer any questions or help you in any way, please call or email us: Taylor Mabry @ taylor.mabry@thevalley.church or (937) 778-8822

Group & Community Life

Upcoming Teen Events

Join Our Serve Team

Want to help students find hope in Jesus? Ask us how you can lend a hand on our serve team.

Join Our Worship Team

Interested in joining the Worship Team in Teen Service? We would love to have you! If you have the heart to lead and help others in meaningful worship, and you feel you are skilled with your voice or musical instrument, we would love to get to know you. Apply below!

If you have any questions please let us know by emailing Michael Denise at scsho1812@gmail.com.

Next Steps

Journey Study

Learn more about what it means to be a follower of Christ and what God expects from us as we live out the new life He has given us.

This 8-week Journey explores trusting Jesus, eternal life, what God expects, prayer, the Bible, sharing your faith, giving, the church and more.

You do the study at home and then meet for an hour once a week with a mature Christian to discuss the study and answer any questions you have.


Baptism is an outward act of obedience that represents the inward change that God has already worked in your life when you said yes to a relationship with Him. Baptism shows the redeeming power of God, and tells the world we have been made new! It represents our sinful life being washed clean because of our faith in Jesus. – Romans 6:4

For those who have chosen to follow Jesus, a great next step of obedience is to be baptized.

To prepare we ask those being baptized to complete the Journey, an eight-week one-on-one Bible Study called the Journey in preparation for that day.