Join us at 11:30AM on Sunday, June 30th for an inspirational celebration of God & Country, with three choirs and a patriotic sermon you won't want to miss.
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 our dynamic Women's Bible Study on Monday nights at 7:30PM.
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.





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. We gather together not just as a community of faith but as a close-knit family of God. 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.



Fathers: It's Just About Time

Time is something we all have but never seem to have enough of. This is true of parents, especially fathers. How we spend our time with our children has a tremendous impact on their lives in the short term as well as for the rest of their lives on earth and into eternity. Spending time with our kids is not only a good idea but pays eternal dividends. As Christians fathers we can have influence for Christ in their lives. In the Old Testament, before they had the written Word, fathers passed on God’s truth to their children through word of mouth. It was a huge responsibility then, and one in which fathers still have today, despite the written word, devotionals, commentaries, and the like.