Rev. Janice Brett is one of the primary founders of Lighthouse of the Valley, and is currently the President and CEO of Lighthouse of the Valley, Inc., Arizona.  LOTV is a innovative service oriented non-profit organization, and the only one of its kind in the country.


Prior to her position at LOTV, Rev. Jan served as the Executive Director of Aid to Women Center in Tempe, AZ for six years, and has also served in the areas of development, stewardship, pastoral consulting, presenter, trainer, spiritual direction, chaplaincy, and pastoral counseling.


As the CEO Rev. Jan will focus on the mission and priorities of LOTV to assure that the much needed services offered is developed and implemented.


She is a strong advocate of teamwork and plans to put together a dedicated and qualified team of professionals to assure that the mission and vision of LOTV is accomplished.

our history

Meet one of the founders

Many hands make for light work. At LOTV we sincerely believe that God equips individuals to serve in ministry.  We sometimes use the term "volunteers" as a convenient way of referring to those who serve, but what we're really talking about is people who lovingly respond to a call to serve their community.
Vision: The vision of LOTV is to activate programs and services that benefit the community through a variety of support services, education programs and resource that will empower individuals and their families, to live a healthy life; physically, mentally, and spiritually.

Mission: Lighthouse of the Valley is dedicated to providing a loving and caring environment for all people, which includes, physical, emotional and spiritual support by being a beacon of God's light ascending from the darkness.

(480) 562-9830

Rev. Janice Brett, MACM

5801 East Main Street

​Mesa, Arizona 85205

jbrett@lighthouseofthevalley.com

 LOTV is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization.  All contributions are tax deductible.

 April 2013 – Lighthouse of the Valley is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization founded and incorporated by a group of individuals with a passion to bring light to the world through a variety of service programs designed to assist the community with personal, and spiritual needs.


August 22, 2013 – Lighthouse of the Valley moves into its new facility.

September 14, 2013 - Lighthouse has its first Open House and begins offering new programs. 

 

October 22-26, 2013 – Lighthouse of the Valley hosted its first week long fundraising event, POWER EXPLOSION 2013 and Community Sidewalk Party and Free Concert.


April, 2018 - Lighthouse of the Valley obtained its first fully functional facility in Mesa, Arizona.