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Canyon Christian School Consortium (CCSC)
The Canyon Christian Schools Consortium (CCSC) is an alliance participant program with goals to reduce the overall cost of private Christian education, increase enrollment for faith-based high schools and offer significant incentives to encourage Christian high school students to enroll at GCU.

In 1953, LC-MS missionaries built a tiny school on the far north side of Tokyo, Japan. The school began with 4 students. Today, Urawa Lutheran School is home to over 600 students from elementary to high school.

The mission of Moms in Prayer is to impact our children and school for Christ by gathering mothers to pray.

The purpose of Moms in Prayer is:
  • To pray that our children will receive Jesus as Lord and Savior, then stand boldly in their faith
  • To pray for teachers and school staff
  • To provide support and encouragement to moms who carry heavy burdens for their children
  • To pray that our schools will be directed by biblical values and high moral standards
  • To be an encouragement and a positive support to our schools
The prayer group follows the Moms in Prayer International format.

Moms in Prayer meets every Monday, 5:30 PM (except holidays), at Valley Lutheran.

With Thrivent Choice®, you can recommend where some of Thrivent Financial's charitable outreach funds go. Since 2010, members have used this program to direct $300 million to churches and nonprofits nationwide.

The Concordia University System (CUS) is comprised of ten colleges and universities affiliated with The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Located across the United States, the colleges and universities offer over 160 undergraduate and 50 graduate programs.

Sparks Club exists for parents to support one another, our students, and our VLHS community in a life of faith, learning and service.