At Mill Valley Fellowship there are always ministry opportunities available. We need you to volunteer and share Jesus’ love! At any stage of life there is a place to connect in community with one another and grow together in faith. Whether you're a new Christian or a seasoned believer, we challenge you to get involved and be blessed, as you are a blessing!

Children's Ministry

Sundays, 11am

During weekly services, we invite children to gather in the Children's area of the church where they participate in age appropriate Bible teachings, Christian songs and worship. Children are also invited to take part in presentations for the whole congregation to enjoy.

Music Ministry

Tuesdays, 7pm

The worship at Mill Valley is always a happy mix of hymns and contemporary music. With the leadership of Pastor Paul and Anita, you will be encouraged in the pursuit of holy music and praise to the Lord. All singers and musicians are welcome!

After School Primetime

Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:30pm - 6:00pm

School aged children have a chance to meet together in a safe environment and escape the boredom of the time period after school. Under the careful watch of Pastor Darell Smith, of Urban Outreach Development, kids can participate in fun activities or work on homework. Children can learn valuable Bible lessons, work on computers or receive tutoring with their math and reading skills.

It's a win-win situation at Prime Time afternoons. Come be a part of helping to positively influence children in our community for the cause of Christ.

Outreach to the Homeless

Last Friday of the month, 7pm

Every month Pastor Paul and our team minister to the homeless at Dallas International Street Church. You are invited to participate and minister to people that need help in the spirit of Christian compassion—cooking, serving food, praying, listening or just worshiping together. We meet at Mill Valley at 5:30pm to carpool to DISC, or you can meet there (2706 S. 2nd Avenue) at 7:00pm.

Corporate Prayer

Sundays, 9:45am

Every Sunday we invite you to pray as a congregation for others and yourselves before service.