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Thanks for checking out the Vineyard!

One of the best ways to get to know a church is by asking a few simple questions: Who are they? What are they doing? Where are they going?

These questions are answered by our mission statement:

We are a community of Jesus committed to being formed in his image while partnering with him to heal the world.

Who are we?

We are a diverse community of people seeking an authentic relationship with Jesus. Some have been on this journey many years, some have recently begun, and others are investigating what the journey is all about. All are welcome to belong to the community and explore life with Jesus. 

What are we doing?

We embrace as our identity people who are deeply loved by God. As such, we have committed ourselves to the ancient communal practices of learning, fellowship, worship and prayer in order to become imitators of the One who loves us so much.

Where are we going?

Contrary to some viewpoints, God does not want to destroy his creation, but redeem it. We have joined in his mission of restoration. We seek to serve others with compassion, especially the poor and the vulnerable, so that all may experience the reconciling love of our Father.

Community.  Formation.  Mission.

We welcome you to join us on the journey.

Pastor Kevin


We are excited that you are considering joining us for worship!  Here's some helpful things to know to make your first visit with us more comfortable.  

When you first walk in the door, you will be greeted by a friendly hospitality staff member.  

If you have children, you can enter through the Vineyard Kids door located near the main entrance. The Vineyard Kids check in is located down the hallway to your left. A knowledgeable person will help you navigate the check in process and make sure that someone will guide you and your child to the appropriate classroom.  All our volunteers in Vineyard Kids are background checked and undergo regular training to ensure that you are leaving your children in the best possible care.

Once inside the auditorium for the worship service, please stop by the coffee/tea bar at the back of the room filled with complimentary treats.  

We kick off our worship service every Sunday with contemporary worship music led by our team of talented musicians.  Feel free to sing, clap, or raise your hands as you feel led. Following worship, we include a time for corporate prayer before the message.   

One way we respond after the message is by taking Communion.  Communion celebrates the life, sacrificial death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus through partaking of bread and wine (or juice).  Anyone who has made a commitment to follow Jesus is welcome to receive Communion.

On your way out after the service, please stop by the table in the foyer to receive a gift from us.  It's just a token to let you know that we appreciate you and are glad you came.  

We look forward to meeting you and hope you will fill out a Connection Card (located here or a paper copy can be found on the back of some chairs) so we can answer any questions you may have.