Valley Brook Projects cont.

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Valley Brook building project continues

Valley Brook Community Church plans to be in its new building by this summer. In 2013 the congregation was given the Woodhaven Equestrian Center and adjoining estate through the generosity of Rod and Janice Reynolds. After receiving the gift Valley Brook leadership began to plan and pray for the best way to convert the equestrian center into a church building. The priority was to provide ample space for worship services and classrooms for children. In addition, the church wanted to have a dedicated student center, a multipurpose room for meals, a kitchen and a significant space to create a café atmosphere. With those goals in mind, the existing equestrian center floor plan was repurposed and the construction work began.

Valley Brook plans to complete the first phase of the project this summer. Phase one will complete the multipurpose room (dark green area) and the classrooms (pink area) as well as restrooms. “Completing the first phase of this project will allow us to hold Sunday services and children’s classes on our church campus.” reports Pastor Clark Pfaff. “While we have been blessed to rent some great locations in town, it will exciting to be able to serve the community from one location.”  A grand opening is being planned for the fall of this year.

In the meantime, Valley Brook continues to hold services on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m. at the Granby Memorial High School Auditorium, located at 315 Salmon Brook Street, Granby. The church offers a nursery for infants through age two and grade specific classes for children and youth.  For more information about the church, contact the office at 860-844-0001 or visit

Completion of phase one includes the dark green and pink shaded areas. Valley Brook currently occupies and uses the light green and salmon colored areas for offices and meeting space.