Connect Groups are at the very core of the Vineyard Church; they're an amazing space to create real and lasting relationships, grow in authentic community, and draw our focus towards God.
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Come and get connected. Find a place you feel accepted, affirmed and encouraged. Whoever you are and whatever you believe, there's a place for you to be yourself, make friends, and enjoy exploring faith.
Joining a Sunday team is a great way of connecting with others at the Vineyard. Let us help you to get involved and find a team that you'll enjoy being a part of.
Alpha is an open and informal dialogue about faith, the person of Jesus, and what it all means. It provides a unique opportunity for you to discuss and explore Christianity and life's big questions in a relaxed, open and friendly environment.
Whether you've never truly considered any kind of spiritual existence or would call yourself an atheist, Alpha is a place for you to find out more about Jesus, and ask those questions without the pressured atmosphere that usually comes with these conversations. Each week looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Everyone is welcome. Contact us for more info.
A fun and sociable community of people learning what it means to live for Jesus while studying, working, training and navigating life together.
If you’re a young adult (18-23ish) at Vineyard and you’d like to connect with others your age in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, come along and join us. We meet most weeks, plus we regularly hang out, serve and do life with each other.
Whether you’ve grown up in church or are brand new to the experience, discovering more of the love of God and the gifts that He’s given you is essential. We meet weekly to worship, study, pray and eat together. It’s all in!
Wednesdays | 7.30pm-10.00pm
We’re created to connect, not just online but in life too - socials are a must! Get in touch to find out dates and details.
Jesus calls us to follow him, so we can’t just stay still. Whether it’s serving the wider church or a weekend serving refugees in Calais, we go together.