Join us for an opening reception May 6, 6-9p at Downtown (117 S. West Street).
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
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
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
As parents, we pray for our children. Our prayers are for their safety, health, and joy, but most of all that they would “call on the name of the Lord” and be saved (Rom. 10:13). As a church family, we join in those prayers for all the children of Vintage to know Jesus and his
As we prepare for Church Planting Sunday , we wanted to share some of the beauty that has resulted from church planting being a critical part of our DNA. In this post Ben Cuentas shares his story of finding Vintage Church and how he came to eldership at Veritas Church, a church we helped plant.
Easter holds a weight and beauty that can be missed by doubters, seekers, and followers alike. Our hope for this year is to prepare our hearts and minds for the celebration that is Easter Sunday. To do this, we are spending the seven weeks leading up to Easter examining the seven phrases Jesus spoke from
Vintage Midtown and Downtown, We began this year with a sermon series on the mission of Vintage Church: know, live, and advance the gospel. Today I announced in each sermon the plan we have for the upcoming year: we as a church are going to turn our efforts towards the first action: know the gospel.
Join us for an opening reception February 5th, 6 – 9p at Downtown (117 S. West Street). Since the late 1960s, Tucson, Arizona native José Galvez has used black and white photography to document Latino life and culture in the United States. A newspaper photographer for over twenty years, Galvez was a member of a
As we lead up to Church Planting Sunday at Vintage in a few weeks, we wanted to share some of the beauty that has resulted from church planting being a critical part of our DNA. Look for another post next week, and join us on Church Planting Sunday for more information and ways that you
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