What should I do when I arrive?
We would love for you to stop by the Welcome Center and pick up a gift bag as a thank you for being our guest! In the same area, what we call “The Atrium,” you’ll find a coffee station with free, gourmet coffee. Please grab a cup before heading into the auditorium, where you’ll be greeted by one of our ushers and handed a program with more information about upcoming events and general church news. Find a seat and feel free to greet the people around you before our Celebration begins!
Are there programs for my children?
We love kids at The Vineyard Church! There are programs available during our Saturday night and Sunday morning celebrations for newborns through 8th grade. When you visit, we encourage you to explore our “JAM” hallway, where our “Jesus and Me” children’s ministry program takes place. If you feel comfortable, drop your children off with our passionate, skilled volunteers, where kids have the opportunity to learn about God’s truth and love in a fun, upbeat environment. Middle school students will stay with you in the auditorium during worship, but will then transition into our “Middle School Core Class”, where they’ll hear a similar, but more relevant message. High school students stay in the auditorium for the entire service, but have an opportunity to join other teenagers at our “Aftershock” Student Ministry Program on Sunday evenings.
What denomination is The Vineyard Church?
The Vineyard Church is considered a non-denominational Christian church. We are, however, a part of the Vineyard Movement, which is a network of over 1,500 churches worldwide, committed to seeing each generation reached by the power of the Gospel. To learn more about the Vineyard Movement check out their website: www.vineyardusa.org/
What should I wear?
Our goal is that everyone feels welcome and at home at The Vineyard, so feel free to dress that way. You'll feel right at home wearing anything from shorts, to jeans, to business casual attire.
What style of music is played here?
Our music style is considered contemporary; most weekends you will find a full band on stage, including vocals, keyboard, guitars, and drums. The majority of our music comes from popular Christian worship bands, such as Hillsong, Bethel Music and Elevation Worship.