Join us this Sunday, April 4, as we begin our new Vineyard series Joshua Chronicles. In this series, we will learn how God prepares us to reach our God-given potential. We will also have a time of worship and an opportunity for prayer. Our services are open to anyone; we hope to see you for worship this Sunday!
Children’s ministry is available second service; children will worship in the sanctuary before going downstairs to the children’s area. Packets are available for children attending first service.
Click here to see the general guidelines for our in-person worship services.
Do you need individual prayer? Do you need prayer for something that you would rather not put on the prayer chain? Do you have any other prayer concerns? Email us at email@example.com and someone will get back with you as soon as possible.
In addition to Sunday morning worship, our people meet in small groups throughout the week. We worship, study the Bible, pray for one another, and enjoy Christian friendships in a smaller setting. Check the small groups we offer by clicking here. Let’s do life together!
Office hours: Monday – Thursday, 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM.
You can stop by the office during these times or contact our administrator, Erin Wallace, and set up an appointment.
Vineyard Marysville Digital Bulletin
The Weekly Digital Bulletin helps you stay in the loop! It contains information on our weekend worship services (including the YouTube Live link), the Children’s Ministry Bible Lessons, and other upcoming events at Vineyard Marysville.
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