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Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor

Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor

Association of Vineyard Churches
2275 Platt Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor is a large church located in Ann Arbor, MI. Our church was founded in 1975 and is associated with the Association of Vineyard Churches.
 

What to Expect at Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor

Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor offers 2 weekend worship services.

Leaders:

Donnell Wyche, Senior Pastor
Marissa Jadrich Ortiz, Assistant Pastor
Vannae Savig, Assistant Pastor
Shaun Garth Walker, Worship Leader
Sam Tidball, Youth Pastor

Service Times:

Sunday Worship 9:30am
Sunday Worship 11:15am

Service Details

  • Informal or casual attire most common
  • Blend of traditional and contemporary worship style
  • Printed worship bulletin
  • Communion
  • Location: Washtenaw County
  • Parking: Private lot
  • Wheelchair accessible: Yes
  • Saturday evening service: No
  • Multi-site church: No
  • Primary language used: English

Ministries and Programs

  • Nursery
  • Children's ministry
  • Youth or teen ministry
  • Weekly small groups
  • Missions
  • Counseling services
  • Young adult ministry
  • Men/women's ministry
  • Childcare or daycare
  • Weekday preschool
  • Weddings/receptions
  • Funerals
  • Other ministries and programs: Homeless Ministry; Life Groups

Additional Info About Our Church

Vineyard is a multi-ethnic church that blends the vibrant faith of the historic Christian creeds with a sympathetic and discerning approach to culture.

The Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor is a growing multi-ethnic, multi-generational, welcoming church that blends the vibrant faith of the historic Christian creeds with a sympathetic and discerning approach to culture. Our worship is informal, but intentional, with music in the pop-rock (with a dash of gospel) style. Dress is always casual.

We gather on Sundays at 9:30 and 11:15am in a former roller-skating rink that was converted into a civic theatre, and now serves as our church. Children's and Youth Ministry are available every week for nursery through fifth grade in age appropriate classes with screened and trained adults. Our jr. high and high school groups meet during the second Celebration at 11:15am. Pick up a cup of coffee or tea from the gallery and find sanctuary in our worship space as we gather together in the presence of the living God.

Mission:

As a church we partner with the liberating presence of God to cultivate joy, hope and belonging as Jesus invites us into freedom and helps us free others.

Vision:

Vineyard is a community oriented church. We seek to foster personal relationships that enhance spiritual growth (we have many groups to choose from) and are committed to serving the local community.

We value an innovative approach to ministry, with multimedia enhanced worship celebrations, an active website, and an entrepreneurial approach to launching new ministries. We are passionate about making Christianity accessible to people with no previous God-connection. We seek to overcome the cultural barriers that unintentionally exclude those who haven't committed themselves to the path of Jesus. This makes the journey more invigorating for all concerned. We provide practical help to people seeking to understand the hows and whys of Christian life.

We embrace an active and contemplative approach to spirituality. We aim to pray for the sick as Jesus did - in a low-key, non-hype ministry style. We value the empowering presence of the Spirit and a vibrant practice of the spiritual gifts. We also value the spiritual disciplines of silence, solitude, and fixed-hour prayer. In fact, our church web site is the host for The Divine Hours by Phyllis Tickle, a flexible and contemporary approach to praying at regular intervals through the day, adapted from the Book of Common Prayer. We also highly value the spiritual path outlined in the Twelve Steps.

We identify with the historic Christian faith as articulated, for example, in the Apostles' and Nicene Creeds. We appreciate the diverse riches of the Christian tradition across social, racial, and denominational boundaries. We participate in the Vineyard: A Community of Churches which includes about 600 churches in the United States and another 800 churches internationally.

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2275 Platt Rd, Ann Arbor MI 48104
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