In Person Services and Live Stream

Worship Services – 9:00 AM and 10:45 AM

Masks are mandatory at our 9:00 am service. Our 10:45 service is now “restaurant style,” meaning you must wear your mask in the foyer but you may remove it once you have found your seat in the sanctuary. Children under age 10 do not need a mask, along with those with medical conditions which prevent them from wearing a mask.

Join us this Sunday, November 28, 2020, as we begin our Advent series, “The Gift of Risk.” The Christmas story is full of risk takers; what can we learn from them? Lead Pastor Conrad Esh begins the series with the sermon “The Radical Yes of Christmas.” Additionally, there will be worship, a children’s story, a time of communion, and a time of prayer at the end of the service. Join us! We look forward to celebrating Christmas with you!

For those who can’t come to our in-person gathering, our 9:00 AM service will be live streamed here:


Tuesday Family Night

Join us for Family Night this Tuesday! Please note that we are now starting half an hour later; we will meet from 7:00 – 8:30 PM. We would love for you to join us!

There are other small group opportunities available at Vineyard Marysville. For more information and a list of current small groups, visit our small groups webpage at .

Guidelines for Social Distancing and Masking:

Greet enthusiastically (BUT without handshakes and hugs)

9:00 AM service – mandatory masks

10:45 service – masks optional

6′ social distancing required while in church facility

3 chairs between families in the sanctuary

Children and youth are included in SANCTUARY SERVICE

Announcements are available online and in our morning slideshow

The nursery, while not staffed, is open for use

Volunteers Needed!

We Need You!

To run our Sunday services, we need Hospitality and Cleaning volunteers. Both are easy and quick ways to become active in our congregation. We currently have no hospitality volunteers for the rest of June and all of July and need cleaners between first and second services.

Hospitality Volunteers will greet people as they enter the church with a friendly wave or smile (no contact), will encourage people to maintain social distances, will direct people to the hand sanitizer and mask station, will help usher people into and out of the sanctuary while helping families maintain social distance, and will help maintain a clear, non-crowded foyer. There is no coffee service at this time.

Cleaning Volunteers will use CDC approved cleaners to wipe down high touch surfaces between church services. High touch surfaces include counters, faucet handles, door pulls and handles, door push plates, toilet handles, and nursery surfaces. You will be provided with masks and gloves. Those who have filled this position report that this is goes very quickly and is easy to do with a few volunteers.

To help in either of these positions, please contact Mandy Reymann at (614) 395-4496.

The Sound and Media Teams also need volunteers! If you have Sound or Media experience, are good with computers (Media) or have a musical ear (Sound) and would like to join the Sound/Media Team, please contact Conrad Esh or Vicki Esh.

Contact Us

What else would you like to communicate? Email Erin Wallace at her church email: or call the church office at (937) 642-1009.

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