God opened the door for Valley Town Church to rent an old vacant Universalist Church building. The building, which is over 175 years old and a historic landmark, sits in the heart of Wilmington, Vermont. It’s prior use was an art gallery. Valley Town is still pursuing the storefront for a coffee-house/church facility which has a lot more parking and space for children, but the old church building is a great intermediate church home.
Ben, Zac and the VT Team secured the old building last week and in two days got it ready for their first service. Even on short notice, they had their largest gathering in quite some time, and the new location has generated excitement and momentum for our first church plant. Personally, I think it’s cool that Jesus was worshipped in the Universalist Church building for the first time. Let’s continue to pray for God’s favor to be on Valley Town Church and for God to use them to DOMINATE Wilmington, The Valley and Vermont with the love of Jesus Christ!