Piqua
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

2022 Graduates

Christopher Proffitt

Christopher plans on entering the work force after high school. His biggest influence throughout the years would be his dad for inspiring him in school. His favorite part of high school was doing track and if he had the opportunity to give advice to someone who is younger, he would tell them to try to do well in school.

Gaige Harrod

Gaige will become a full-time welder at Hartzell Air Movement after high school. His mom is his biggest supporter, and his dad is his biggest influence. He would like to thank his family and loved ones for supporting him. His favorite part of high school was getting to meet all of his friends. Gaige’s favorite Bible verse is Romans 12:17-19.

Kenzie Anderson

Kenzie will be attending Wright State University’s Lake Campus to study general business. She would like to thank her parents for being such positive influences and for having a great impact on her throughout the years. Kenzie’s life motto is to live life to the fullest and her favorite Bible verse is Matthew 21:22.

Noah Baker

Noah will go on to attend Wright State University to major in business and minor in fine arts. He believes his parents have had the biggest impact on his life, not just as parents but also as role models as to what he wants his future to look like. The best piece of advice he has ever been given is that it won’t matter in 5 years, so don’t spend 5 minutes on it. Noah dreams to be just as successful as his parents.

Hannah Beidelman

Hannah will be attending Taylor University located in Indiana to study health sciences and occupational therapy. She believes her parents, Scott and Julie Beidelman, and her grandparents, Jerry and Sharon Frasure, have had the biggest impact in her life. Her favorite part of high school were her teachers, FFA, playing volleyball, and her news writing class. Hannah’s life motto is to always be humble and kind and her advice for future graduates to be a good friend and work hard at whatever you do.

Luke Bemus

Luke will be attending Ohio Northern University to study Mechanical Engineering. His biggest positive influence in life would be his mom. He would like to thank her for helping him grow in his faith and always encouraging him to follow his dreams. Luke’s favorite part of high school was playing golf all four years.

Bryce Gephart

Bryce will be continuing his studies at Edison State Community College doing business management. His favorite part of high school was hanging out with his friends. Bryce would like to thank his dad for supporting him and having an impact on his life. The best piece of advice he has been given is, “Walk through life slowly and enjoy it rather than running through the days of life. This is a marathon, not a sprint.” Bryce dreams of one day opening his own business.

Join Our Serve Team

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

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

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.

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