Our church is not a one-person-show where the pastor speaks and we all watch and wait for them to do all the stuff. In our church, and the Vineyard movement as a whole, everybody gets to play. In other words, we create opportunities for normal people (not just the people up “on stage”) to do extraordinary things.  When you begin participating in the church, that’s when it really begins to become “your” church, “your” community. There is a place for everyone in the Kingdom of God and we work to find a place for everyone in our church by offering different spaces to connect and contribute whether you have been around for years or if this is your first week.

Where to start – New around here?  We’d love to get to know you and for you to get to know a bit about us!  Start here and we’ll link you to some of the basics about VCC.

Small Groups – God designed us humans to live life together in community.  Small Groups are our way of doing just that (once a week, at least!)  See when and where our groups meet and check one (or two, or three) out!

Classes – We offer several classes at the Vineyard to help you learn about our church, our theology and how to put it into practice for yourself!  Read more about Vineyard 101, the Financial Peace University (FPU) Class and the Prayer Ministry Training by clicking on their links.

Social groups and events – Is golfing your thing?  Or maybe crafts?  Take a look here and see if you could have some fun doing what you love with others in the church!

Serving – We believe that we’re all participants in the church, instead of just consumers.  Sunday morning happens each week due to volunteers on teams setting the environment and doing the work.  Check out where you could plug in and be a part.

Reaching Out – We want to be a church with the heart of Jesus for the lost and the marginalized of our society.  We offer ways to engage in this with others in the church, but more importantly, we want everyone to learn to do this in their everyday lives!