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Lent 2017 – Part II

By vintagechurch  -  On 26 Mar, 2017 -  0 comments

Lent is historically a time of repentance; by reading scripture, fasting, and praying, we want to dig up things in our heart that we need to repent of and trust all the more in the Lord. Our goal in observing Lent is not to earn favor with God by fasting and praying, but to allow

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2017 Rock and Roll Marathon Info

By Vintage  -  On 21 Mar, 2017 -  0 comments

We’re so excited to host many visitors to downtown Raleigh with the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday, April 2. If you’re planning to attend services at Vintage Church Downtown, there are a few things we wanted to make sure you knew: We hope you’ll take advantage of this opportunity to love

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Lent 2017 – Part I

By Vintage  -  On 01 Mar, 2017 -  0 comments

Lent is historically a time of repentance; by reading scripture, fasting, and praying, we want to dig up things in our heart that we need to repent of and trust all the more in the Lord. Our goal in observing Lent is not to earn favor with God by fasting and praying, but to allow

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Hannah and Grayson

By Vintage  -  On 31 Jan, 2017 -  0 comments

When Grayson met Hannah, she had no idea of the friendship that was to come. Hannah did not either, but had hope, and became a friend and mentor to Grayson. As her Young Life leader, Hannah longed for Grayson to know the freedom and joy experienced only through knowing Jesus Christ and remained a trusted

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A Snapshot of Dan Morris

By vintagechurch  -  On 25 Jul, 2016 -  0 comments

We are thrilled to send out Vintage Church pastor Dan Morris to plant a new church in Knightdale. Dan is inviting those in the Knightdale area to join him as he plants Sojourn Knightdale in January 2017. We asked Ted Yap, College and Student Director for Vintage Church Downtown, to share his experience of working

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Know 2016: Stories of Grace

By vintagechurch  -  On 27 Jun, 2016 -  0 comments

Reading through scripture, we see that God loves a good story. The bible contains thousands of stories about God interacting with humanity, revealing his character and nature. Frequently he picks out specific people and especially interacts with them, revealing to them (and us the audience) even more about who he is. Abraham is one of

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Art Students of St. David’s School

By City Gallery  -  On 02 May, 2016 -  0 comments

Join us for an opening reception May 6, 6-9p at Downtown (117 S. West Street).

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Know 2016 Update

By vintagechurch  -  On 02 May, 2016 -  0 comments

As part of Know 2016, our church wide initiative to know the gospel deeper and more fully, we’re memorizing Ephesians 1-3.  You read that right: chapters 1, 2, and 3. That’s one thousand, three hundred and forty-seven words that explain the beauty of what God the Father has done for us through Jesus Christ. We

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Introducing Intersect

By vintagechurch  -  On 26 Apr, 2016 -  0 comments

My name is Ryan Burger and I’ve called Vintage home for nine years. I’ve served in the Info Bar and as a community group leader. Currently I serve with Vintage Kids teaching elementary schoolers (whether they like it or not). I’m a man of self-contradictions. I love the early morning but struggle to get up

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2016 Rock and Roll Marathon Info

By vintagechurch  -  On 06 Apr, 2016 -  0 comments

We’re so excited to host many visitors to downtown Raleigh with the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday, April 10. If you’re planning to attend services at Vintage Church Downtown, there are a few things we wanted to make sure you knew:   Road Closure Map   We hope you’ll take advantage

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