We know it can be both exciting and scary.
Let us show you what its like when you visit us.
What Should I Wear?
Our sign says, "Come As You Are" and we mean it! Our goal is that everyone feels welcome and at home at the Vineyard, so you'll feel at home in our simple, informal atmosphere wearing jeans, shorts or "business casual."
What Happens When I Arrive?
You'll be greeted with a friendly welcome from one of our ushers and receive a bulletin with information about upcoming events and general church news. In the auditorium you can stop by our Welcome Center and pick up a gift bag as a thank you for being our guest! Feel free to grab a cup of coffee or tea and a donut — or you can grab a gourmet coffee in our DR Coffee bar. Find a seat and feel free to greet the people around you before our Celebration begins!
What Is Our Worship Like?
During our celebrations we have a time of worship where you will experience a full, contemporary band playing both new songs and some traditional favorites in a musical style that will probably sound like the stations you listen to on your radio or Spotify. Moreover, we strive to create a worship environment where you can engage with God and experience a unique connection with Him. There is something powerful that happens when we center on God as a community. An offering is collected at each service—a time when those who are part of this community give to our mission.
What About The Message?
Each celebration includes a teaching of basic biblical truths that have real-life application.
What Happens Next?
At the Vineyard we believe that every time we gather, we can expect the Holy Spirit to encounter us in some way. At the end of each service we provide space for you to respond to the work of the Spirit by: receiving prayer; reflecting personally; or responding in a practical way to what God is doing.
What About My Children?
We love children and place a high priority on investing into the next generation at the Vineyard! There are programs available during our weekend celebration for Infant-5th grade. We encourage you to drop your children off with our passionate, skilled and screened volunteers, where they have the opportunity to grow in their relationship with Jesus' in a loving, age-appropriate environment. You can check them in at the Children's Desk before service begins where you will be greeted, receive a security tag, and instructions for drop off and pick up. Middle school and High school students stay in the auditorium for the entire service, but have an opportunity to join other teenagers at our ECHO Youth Ministry on Wednesday evenings during the school year.