Help us spread the Good News.

At the Vineyard, we believe that giving is more than dropping an envelope in a bucket. Giving is an act of worship.

We devote a part of every worship service to giving.  

You might also find it convenient to give right here online.  You can give one-time or elect to have your offerings automatically come out of your bank account on a date that works for your schedule. 


Caring Faith in a partnership between the Vineyard and Faith Chapel, a local church in Nairobi, Kenya, that seeks to alleviate poverty among children in the Kibera Slum (one of Africa's largest).  

Currently, our partnership supports 15 children who have been orphaned due to AIDS or abandonment.  Of course, the more people that partner with us, the more kids we can bring into the program.

The need is so great.  But as little as $5 or $10 per month can help a child receive nutritious food, basic medical care, and provide school fees so they can receive an education and break free of the cycle of poverty.


"Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin, to see the plumb line in Zerubbabel's hand." Zechariah 4:10

God has given us an opportunity to purchase a lot adjacent to our current property.  This additional land will allow us to grow on our current site to meet the increasing needs of our parish (neighborhood).

Purchasing this property will give us the space for future expansion, allowing us to:

  • Build a larger worship facility (300-350 seats) with a more accommodating atrium
  • Create a new children's area that kids LOVE to attend
  • Have a multi-purpose room when we can ALL fit for community meals
  • Have a dedicated community outreach center for our expanding parish activities
  • Re-purpose our existing facility to keep on dreaming

Our goal is $15,000.  Join us in taking the next steps into the future.


"I was hungry and you fed me..."

The Vineyard food pantry is one of the ways we tangibly witness to our community of the love of Jesus Christ, by meeting the needs of the food insecure in our neighborhood and community.

Since 2016 we have seen the weekly attendance at our pantry grow from 6 households to over 80 - and it continues to grow!  More than simply giving away food, we meet the emotional and spiritual needs of those who come to us by praying for them, offering short Bible devotions, and just being a friend.

And your generosity makes this all possible!