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The Plan for Puerto Rico

By Vintage  -  On 06 Oct, 2017 -  0 comments

The devastation caused to Puerto Rico by Hurricane Maria, a powerful Category 4 hurricane with 150 mph wind, is widespread and shocking. On September 20, the entire island was directly hit by this hurricane and no one was left unimpacted. The people of Puerto Rico are crying out. We, as Jesus’ church, have a unique

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Hurricane Harvey Relief Effort

By Vintage  -  On 11 Sep, 2017 -  0 comments

As Vintage Church, we take seriously our role to be a local church in Raleigh, Durham, and the surrounding areas. We also see our part as the global church, and desire to care for the women and men made in God’s image beyond our location. Our hearts cry out for those in Houston who have

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Live 2017 Summer Reading Guide

By vintagechurch  -  On 11 Jun, 2017 -  0 comments

Throughout the summer we’ll be studying what Jesus has to say about Christian community, and we’re thrilled to offer a nine-week study in conjunction with our summer sermon series. We hope this resource challenges us as a church to grow deeper in our faith and in our relationships, that we may “stir one another up”

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What’s Maundy Thursday?

By vintagechurch  -  On 10 Apr, 2017 -  1 comment

Maundy Thursday might lie a bit outside your usual Easter traditions. Easter Sunday, Good Friday, and even Ash Wednesday services are more common than Maundy Thursday services. Nevertheless, Maundy Thursday, along with other Holy Week celebrations, is an ancient tradition, practiced by Jesus’ church all the way back to the fifth century. Every year through

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Kenneth

By vintagechurch  -  On 05 Apr, 2017 -  0 comments

    We’re continually amazed at the work of grace God is doing in lives here and through Vintage Church, and love to share these stories with you. In the video below you’ll hear Kenneth, a member at Vintage Downtown, tell the story of how Jesus radically changed his life and brought him into the

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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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