Whether you consider yourself a doubter, seeker, or follower, you belong at Vintage Church Downtown, and we look forward to celebrating with you on Easter Sunday. Below you will find a helpful list of information about joining us on Easter. We look forward to welcoming you!



What times are Easter Sunday services?
The services are at 9a, 11:30a, and 5p and include live music and teaching.
What time do I need to arrive?
Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes before service starts to give yourself time to grab complimentary coffee or tea and to find a seat. (Don’t forget to give yourself a few extra minutes if you plan to park in one of the nearby decks.)
Where do I park when I visit?
There are several parking decks nearby, and street parking is free in designated areas. Check out this helpful map for details on nearby parking decks. We also have a handicap parking lot behind the building.
Do I have to pay for parking?
Parking is free on most Sundays in the parking decks and on the street.
When I bring my kids, where do I check them in?
The check-in for Vintage Kids is located at the back of the building (by the handicap parking lot). You’re welcome to use the drop off loop in the back lot to drop off your children (with an adult) before going to park. Childcare is available for both Maundy Thursday and Easter Sunday.
Is there parking for families?
We don’t have parking specifically designated for families, but if your child is attending, you’re welcome to use the drop-off loop in the back lot to drop off your child (with an adult) before going to park.
Is there parking with handicapped access?
We have a handicap parking lot at the back of the building with 12 spots available each Sunday to make building access easy.
What should I wear?
Feel free to wear whatever you’re most comfortable in! Most Vintage attenders dress somewhat casually.



Community groups are made up of seekers, doubters, and followers of Jesus that meet weekly to continue the conversation from Sunday and challenge each other to know, live, and advance the gospel. When you’re ready to join a group, we suggest trying out a few closest to your home. Consider this your invitation to visit! Fill out the Connect form on this page and we’ll email you back with some suggestions. Or, take a look at our Community Groups Map to find a community group in your neighborhood. You can filter maps by date and email community group leaders directly to ask for more information about their group.


Vintage depends upon members responding to God to advance his beautiful mission of redemption. There are opportunities to serve in multiple areas, both on Sunday and throughout the week. To learn more about serving opportunities, email Juliette at

9a, 11:30a, or 5p.

118 S. Person Street


Maundy Thursday / April 2 / 7-8p
Raleigh Easter Egg Hunt / April 4 / 10a-2p
Easter Sunday / April 5 / 9a, 11:30a, and 5p


Whether you’re a doubter, seeker, or follower of Jesus you belong here and we desire for you to join this vibrant worshiping community. You can sign up here to let us know you are interested in becoming more involved.

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Matt Stevens serves as the lead pastor of our Downtown Raleigh church. He and his wife Christin are the proud parents of three feisty and fun daughters, and love living in downtown Raleigh. Find out more about Matt on the Elders & Staff page.
Thomas serves as Pastor of Discipleship and Mission for Downtown. He oversees the spiritual health of our community which primarily includes local and global missions and community groups. Find out more about Thomas on the Elders & Staff page.
Juliette is a recent grad from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She decided to make Raleigh home and start an adventure working for Vintage. She lives with her husband, Dave, in downtown Raleigh. Find out more about Juliette on the Elders & Staff page.
Jim joined the Vintage Team to serve as the Director of Operations for Vintage Church Downtown. He is married to Grace and they have 2 sons, Edward and Isaac. Find out more about Jim on the Elders & Staff page.
Josh has called Raleigh home since 1997, despite a few short stints in Florida, New York and Nashville during and after college. He started attending and leading worship at our church in downtown Raleigh in 2008. Find out more about Josh on the Elders & Staff page.
Denise serves as the lead deacon and Sunday coordinator over Vintage Kids. She has over 22 years of experience working with children both in a daycare capacity and children’s ministries. Currently she serves at Vintage every Sunday and is a nanny to an adorable little girl during the week. In her free time, she and her husband, Jeff, love to camp, fish, and spend time with their six kids and 10 grandkids.
Thom has lived in Raleigh for the past 15 years and was blessed to marry (well out of his league) a southern girl named Cindy in 2000. They currently have three children and are in process to support more children through both adoption and orphan care. Find out more about Thom on the Elders & Staff page.
Taylor and his wife Claire have called the Raleigh area home for over a decade. God led them to Vintage21 five years ago, and they have been amazed to watch God grow His church in the Triangle. Taylor married the coolest woman in the world, Claire, and they have two amazing children: a son named Tavener and a daughter named Emory. Find out more about Taylor on the Elders & Staff page.
Brad and his wife Courtney have been a part of the Vintage21 family from the beginning, knowing Pastor Tyler as their staff leader with InterVarsity at NC State. Since the beginning, Brad has been constantly challenged, humbled, and encouraged by the provision and faithfulness of Jesus in using the local church to redeem the city he loves. Brad lives in downtown Raleigh with his beautiful wife Courtney, their son Caedmon, and daughter Lydia. They are excited to see God’s plan unfold as they seek to love and redeem their neighborhood and city through Jesus. Find out more about Brad on the Elders & Staff page.
Matt moved to Raleigh in 2007 when he got a job with IBM, and he began going to Vintage shortly thereafter. Matt is passionate about traveling and experiencing cultures coming to know the Lord, particularly Japan. Find out more about Matt on the Elders & Staff page.

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