Join us for an opening reception October 2nd 6 – 9p at Downtown (117 S. West Street). Sandra Kimzey Wimbish loves to create art that challenges and stretches the viewer’s perception of our world. From intricately detailed ink drawings, and canvases filled with herds created of angles and lines, to mixed media pieces that celebrate
Have you ever stopped to consider how many people you interact with each day? Add in those you pass by on the street and it can easily number in the thousands. Though we hurry by most everyone without a second glance, occasionally an interaction impacts you to such a degree that we are changed. You
Join us for an opening reception August 7, 6 – 9p at The City Gallery. Throughout August The City Gallery will feature works by artist and writer Stephen Shingler and Jake Rodgers. Read more about the artists of our gallery over on the City Gallery page.
Today’s blog post is from Rosetta Brown. She is a member of Vintage Church Downtown and was gracious enough to share her experience and thoughts in light of recent events.. Our land is in great need of healing. On June 17, a man shot and killed nine women and men in a church in Charleston,
Join us for an opening reception July 3, 6 – 9p at The City Gallery. Throughout July The City Gallery will feature works by artist and printmaker Jane Ann Sweeny. Read more about the artists of our gallery over on the City Gallery page.
As you may have heard, Wake County is hosting the Ironman 70.3 race on Sunday, May 31. If you’re planning to attend services at Vintage Church Downtown this weekend, we wanted to make you aware of some resources to help you navigate race traffic to and from church. Please plan a bit of extra time
Join us for an opening reception May 1, 6 – 9p at The City Gallery. Throughout May The City Gallery will feature works by five art students from St. David’s School here in Raleigh: Kevin Degraftenreid, Melanie Park, Ben Jones, Connor MacCormac, and Emma Osley. Read more about the artists of our gallery over
We’re so excited to host many visitors to downtown Raleigh with the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday, April 12. 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
Introduction to the Lent Devotional Before Lent was the tradition we understand today, an opportunity for church members to repent and seek spiritual renewal, it had a different meaning. Originally it was understood as an intense season of preparation for “Catechumens” (converts under training) who were preparing to be baptized on Easter. The church would
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