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Psalm 25:8-15 (NLT)
8 The Lord is good and does what is right;
he shows the proper path to those who go astray.
9 He leads the humble in doing right,
teaching them his way.
10 The Lord leads with unfailing love and faithfulness
all who keep his covenant and obey his demands.
11 For the honor of your name, O Lord,
forgive my many, many sins.
12 Who are those who fear the Lord?
He will show them the path they should choose.
13 They will live in prosperity,
and their children will inherit the land.
14 The Lord is a friend to those who fear him.
He teaches them his covenant.
15 My eyes are always on the Lord,
for he rescues me from the traps of my enemies.
Holy Week Meditation
Easter will look quite different for many of us this year. As we mourn the loss of what we have known, we think it is incredibly important to remember that the story of Easter has not changed.
To prepare our hearts and minds for the celebration of the Resurrection, we will walk through Holy Week together as a church. We have compiled a daily meditation, including a scripture, an image, and a prayer as a way to help engage your mind and your heart as we walk together through the week with Jesus on his way to the cross. Our hope is that you will carve out a few quiet moments every single day to allow yourself to imaginatively sit in the stories.
To find the daily meditation, click here!
Join us for a time of online encouragement, connection, and prayer every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 am and 8 pm. *It is a better experience on computers and necessary for phones – that you first download the Zoom app.
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Welcome David Hawkins
We would like to welcome David Hawkins! He will be our new worship pastor at Vineyard Maryville. To learn more about David and this exciting news, click here.
Caring For Our Neighbors
UPDATE — COVID 19
Follow the link for the Vineyard’s update concerning COVID-19
Weekly Info Text Messages
If you would like to receive weekly texts about what is happening at the Vineyard Church Maryville, text “Maryville” to 97000.
Save the Date
- VBS: June 8th – 12th
Preteen + Youth
In-person Youth and Preteen services will be canceled through March. We want to make sure we are following CDC and healthcare providers’ guidelines and doing what we can to keep our students and families safe. Until we are able to be together in person again, keep an eye out on our social media where we will share resources, videos, and opportunities to connect online spaces.
Vineyard Church Youth will be meeting online each Wednesday at 7pm, via a livestream on both Facebook & Instagram. So be sure to follow us.
Facebook: Vineyard Church Youth
Vineyard Church Preteens will have worship & devotional materials provided each Sunday morning at 9am. Be sure to find those videos and materials on our Facebook. (There are also copies of the devotions and parent cues below.)
Facebook: Vineyard Church Preteens
Our Community Groups are a great place for you to meet some folks! We believe that we are better together and that no one should walk alone. So helping you connect with others is really important to us. Community Groups come in all different shapes and sizes and we invite you to check them out so you can find one that works for you. All of these groups & gatherings exist to help you grow in your relationship with Christ and with others.
Interested in starting a Community Group? Email Sharon for more information.
To sign up for a community group, click here.
Our Classes are a great place for you to learn some stuff! Throughout the year we will offer several classes that will vary in content and length. These classes offer space for additional learning, spiritual growth, and leadership training.
Interested in teaching or leading a class? Email Sharon for more information.
Upcoming Classes — Sign Up Now!
Empowered To Connect 2020
April 3 – 24 | 5 to 8:30 pm
Experience practical teaching designed to encourage, educate, and equip families, caregivers, churches, and professionals to better serve children impacted by adoption and foster care. Dinner will be provided. Childcare is available for a fee of $20 per family for the 4-week class.
Click here to sign up!
Coping with Anxiety & Other Emotions During the Pandemic
April 20 | 7 to 8 pm
We are all learning to navigate this pandemic and the many changes it brings so we wanted to offer this free class to talk about ways to focus on our mental health. This is not just for those with mental health diagnosis. This is for anyone who is experiencing anxiety, frustration, fear, or stress related to all the changes we are experiencing.
This class, led by Psychotherapist, Kara Logan MA LPC-MHSP, LADAC, will be an interactive class where she will share some information, tips, breathing techniques, and other coping skills to navigate this difficult time. There will be plenty of time for questions. Most of the techniques taught can be used by children and teens as well.
This class will be taught using Zoom. YOU MUST REGISTER TO GET THE ZOOM LINK
Click here to sign up!
Our Core groups are a great place for you to roll deep! Core groups are groups of 3-5 people who learn to practice the way of Jesus together. Through following the CORE method – these groups will encourage one another, on a regular basis, to engage in the daily rhythms of Confession, Others, Reading, and Encouragement. To start a Core group, follow these steps:
To start a Core group, follow these steps:
- Read this booklet on what a Core group is and search your heart before making this one-year commitment
- Pray about who should be in your group and gather a group of 3-5 people
- Fill out this form and put your name down as the contact person
- Attend a 30-minute training session and commit to attending short training meetings that will take place a few times a year
Interested in starting a CORE group, but have questions? Email Sharon for more information.
Whether you’re new, have questions, need help, or want to get plugged in, we’re happy to help you take the next step.
Prayer is weakness leaning on omnipotence.W.S. Boyd
Our staff, prayer teams, and Pastoral Care teams pray over every need submitted. You can share needs anonymously if you like.
Prayer is powerful and effective, and we consider it a privilege to pray for you!