what to expect on sunday

We get it. Visiting a new church can be exciting and sometimes intimidating, so we are here to help you prepare for your visit. We call ourselves “a church for people who didn’t think they’d like church” because we hope you'll feel like you're home once greeted at our front doors. It’s our prayer that whoever you are, and wherever you are in your exploration of God, that you will have a positive and enjoyable experience with us this Sunday. 

  • safety measures

    In light of the world we find ourselves in these days, we are taking every possible precaution to keep everyone safe and healthy. Therefore, we do require face coverings for all who attend, provide hand sanitizer as you enter and we are physically distancing our seating for each service.

  • parking

    There is a designated entrance and exit to our lot to help with traffic flow. We have designated parking on the side lot for those who find walking distances a challenge. Handicap parking is also an option close to the church, adjacent to our sidewalk. Feel free to drop anyone off at the front doors under the covered portico before heading to your parking spot. Park anywhere you like! 

  • attire

    God is interested in what's on your inside, not your outside, and neither are we! Come as you are wearing whatever makes sense to you. We are sure that whatever you wear, you'll fit right in.

  • What will you ask me to do?

    Nothing! This is YOUR experience and you can take things at your own speed. We will offer you a welcome packet with some general Vineyard information and free downloadable music. If you want to take a bold step, you can share your contact information with us on a Connection Card and a staff member will check in with you sometime during the following week to briefly chat or answer any questions. 

  • Services

    We have two identical services, one at 9 a.m. and another at 10:30 a.m. Our ushers can help find you a seat. Each service offers contemporary live music, compelling preaching from the Bible, an opportunity to encounter God, and always the choice to receive prayer. You can expect to be encouraged, challenged, convicted, excited and, most importantly, welcomed at the Vineyard.