(Meeting God 301 is a pre-requisite)
Sunday, August 28, 2:30-4:30pm, Cooper Road Campus
Learn practical ways God spoke to his people in the Bible and how he speaks and guides today. Also practice methods to sharpen your ability to discern his voice. Register for the class and free childcare (1-12 years) online.
Our Mission Statement can be expressed by five words that begin with "M": Membership, Maturity, Meeting God, Ministry and Mission. To encourage and guide our church family to live out these values, we’ve created five classes – one that corresponds to each of the 5Ms. These are called the Vineyard Growth Classes.
These classes are designed to be taken in order, beginning with Membership 101.
Please register for the class and free childcare (ages 1-12) below. We look forward to seeing you!
Register for classes and free childcare (ages 1-12) below. Registration for childcare ends on Friday, September 16 at 11:59pm. Walk-ins will be accepted on the day of the class if space is available.
Sunday, September 18, 2016, 2:30-5:30pm
In Revelations 1:4, God is called the “One who was, and is, and who is to come.” Many people believe in the “the God who was,” the One who created the heavens and the earth, sent his Son Jesus, who was crucified and rose again. Many also believe in “The God who is to come,” in whom we have the hope of eternal life with Jesus when we die. Unfortunately, too many don’t know “the God who is.”
In this class, you’ll meet and encounter the God “who is”; you’ll get to know and experience the Holy Spirit, sent by God to bring the Kingdom of God and His Presence into our lives and the world. You’ll also learn how to follow His leading in praying for healing in people’s lives. Register for the class and free childcare (ages 1 and older) below.Contact: Denise Birkhoff
Friday, October 7th 7-9pm, Cooper Road Campus
Alexander Venter, pastor and author of "Doing Healing" will teach on the subject of healing and encourage the broader church community to engage in healing prayer. There will be an extended time of worship and prayer.
Saturday, October 8th 9am-12pm, Cooper Road Campus
We are blessed to have men who have dedicated their lives to reconciliation. Dr. John Perkins, an American Christian minister, author, civil rights activist, Bible teacher and community developer will join Alexander Venter, author of "Doing Reconciliation" to encourage us on how to impact our city and nation in these tumultuous times.
Contact: Kerry Davis