What’s a Service Like at the Vine?

Here’s a preview of what happens during our Sunday services, which begin around 9:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. at 902 Ann Street.


All of life is worship. On Sundays, we worship through singing, prayer, confession, communion and teaching.


Centered on the Gospel

We reflect the Gospel in our time of humble confession and celebration of the assurance we have in Christ.


Musical Worship

We spend time adoring and praising God while speaking truth to one another as Christ-followers.


Spoken Testimony

We seek to regularly listen to stories of what God is doing in the lives of the Vine family as a way to worship Him and encourage each other.


We worshipfully listen to Biblical teaching and preaching every Sunday, so we can know God better and live Gospel-centered lives.


We teach from the Bible

We teach expositionally. That means we teach through one book of the Bible at a time so we can understand God's teaching in its original context.


Listen to a Sermon


Each week, we remember the death of Jesus and celebrate his resurrection.


In Remembrance

Communion is a weekly time to remember the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and how that truth effects this world and our lives.


A Meal for Christ-Followers

Our communion meal is designed for Christ-followers. If you are not a Christ-follower, we invite you to participate in this portion of our service by praying and taking time to reflect on the teaching.

Kids at the Vine

Our next generation ministry desires to support parents in leading their children to love and follow Jesus Christ.


Next Generation: Kids

We use Sunday mornings as an opportunity to nurture and train our children in the Gospel, using the Gospel Project curriculum.

9:00am Service:
Nursery & Toddlers

10:45am Service:
Nursery, Toddlers, Pre-K, 1-3rd, 4-6th


Next Generation: Youth

Our teens worship with us in our Sunday morning services and gather on Sunday evenings at 906 Ann Street from 6:00-7:30 for Youth Group. High School girls meet Sunday morning during first service for discipleship.