Vineyard Maryville resuming indoor services with precautions on Nov. 1

New service times at 9:30am & 11am. Starting Sunday, November 1, Vineyard Church Maryville will resume indoor, in-person services at 9:30am & 11am. We are doing so with precautions and protocols in place to take every responsible measure we are able to allow us to gather in-person. We understand that risks associated with the virus have not diminished, and that …

Vineyard Springbrook Update on In-Person Worship

In-Person worship gatherings resume each week starting September 27th. Each Sunday at 10am we’ll gather each Sunday in the upper parking by the gym at Alcoa Middle School. We’ll meet for a laid-back time of worship, teaching, communion, & prayer. Bring a chair and a mask. Kids are welcome, and we’ll have goody bags available with activities for them to …

VINEYARD MARYVILLE: In-person Worship Canceled Sunday, Oct. 11

Out of an abundance of caution, we are canceling our in-person this Sunday, October 11. Pastor Aaron had direct exposure to an individual with a positive case of COVID and was around the majority of our staff before he was aware of his exposure. He tested negative, but was advised to still quarantine and keep an eye out for more …

Vineyard Maryville Update on In-Person Gatherings

In-Person Services resume outdoors on Sundays at 10am. Starting September 13 at 10am we’ll be hosting laid-back, relaxed, outdoor worship services each Sunday at the church. (Weather permitting.) Kids are welcome! Please bring chairs and keep social distancing in mind when you set them up. As a courtesy and precaution, masks are encourage. Don’t worry, if you need a chair …

Dan Wilt explaining the Examen

When life feels out of control, it is so helpful to find practices and rhythms to ground you to what is true. Few things have shaped and formed me as a follower of Jesus quite like the practice of examen. When I have the courage to show up and create space, the Holy Spirit has used this prayer practice to …

Great News from Africa

Josh recently gave a missions update as we worshiped online. But there was a lot of great news in a small amount of time! I wanted to make sure you got it all. So, here’s a recent email from Josh. As you’ll see, there’s actually much more than we can fully report! With all the craziness of the past couple …

CULTIVATING COURAGE, CALM+CONNECTION DURING CORONAVIRUS

This video is a group of therapists and authors talking about healthy habits during the coronavirus.  It’s full of really helpful and practical ways to thrive during this season. It’s not too late to sign up for tonight’s teaching. This is for anyone who is experiencing anxiety, frustration, fear, or stress related to all the changes we are experiencing. This …

HOLY WEEK STATIONS 2020

Easter will look quite different for many of us this year. And as we mourn the loss of the ways we have typically celebrated, we think it is incredibly important to remember that the story of Easter has not changed. In order to prepare our hearts and our minds for the celebration of the Resurrection, our hope is to walk …

Pause for Worship

One of the great opportunities in all of this disruption, is time to worship and perhaps regain some perspective about what matters most to us. Why not take a few minutes to worship right now! Let Your Kingdom Come God So Loved

PRAYER/LITANY FOR UNCERTAIN DAYS

by Fran Pratt In my county schools, restaurants, and bars are closed, and gatherings larger than 10 people are banned. I find myself in a very different life: less church work (we are still pastoring digitally as best we can), educating my kids at home, worrying about the world. My spirit is able to find gratitude and meaning. But my …