Communion at SRVBC isn't just quarterly or monthly -- it takes place every Sunday. We always begin our Sunday services by remembering Christ's sacrifice for us.
Prayer changes everything. Join our Men's Prayer Meeting every Monday night at 7:30PM for an intimate time of open hearts before God.
Join one of our dynamic Women's Bible Studies on Monday nights at 7:30PM or Thursday mornings at 10:00AM.
Be transformed by God's truth. Join us every Wednesday night at 7:30PM for an in-depth Bible Study on biblical principles and key lessons from scripture.
Join one of our Friday night groups. From youth groups to high school, college, career and singles groups -- get connected and enjoy uplifting times of fun and fellowship.

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WELCOME TO SRVBC
The San Ramon Valley Bible Church is an independent, non-denominational, evangelical, Bible-believing church. You are always welcome at SRVBC!

We preach the historic Christian faith as taught by Christ and the Apostles. Our services are characterized by orderly informality. Our goal is to teach every believer the Word of God that they may become spiritually mature in Christ. Our desire is that every life which passes through our doors will find the light of God's saving grace and the warmth of His endless love.
SUNDAY SERMONS
Latest Sermons
"It's Still The Cross"
by Randy Akl (7/15/2018)
"No Regrets - Part 1"
by Dean Allen (7/8/2018)
"The Price Of Freedom"
by Adel Akl (7/1/2018)

Speakers This Month
July 1God & Country

Celebration
July 8Dean Allen
July 15Randy Akl
July 22Adel Akl
July 29Dean Allen

MONTHLY MESSAGE

United As One Nation

There have been times in the history of our nation where we have been very united. When our nation was born in 1776, we stood united against the British and won our independence through the Revolutionary War. In the days of WWII, we stood against the Nazis and the Japanese and defeated them; and more recently we stood after September 11, 2001, when terrorists struck the World Trade Center and over 3,000 people were killed. Why is it that we seem united over a common cause when there is great national tragedy, but when times are good and prosperous, our differences seem to prevail?

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