Welcome to
Vintage Church Durham

We’re so glad you’re part of our family. Make sure and join our Facebook Group and subscribe to our YouTube channel to worship from home at 10a Sundays.

In-Person:

We are overjoyed to meet in-person again. Join us Sunday mornings at 10am at 1305 West Club Boulevard Durham, NC 27705.  A limited capacity will be in place for all in-person gatherings, along with other safety protocols listed below.

Online:

Join us on our live-stream Sunday mornings at 10am on the Vintage Church Durham Facebook Group.

Connect With Us

This is the form to fill out if you are new and want more information, if you’re a regular and ready to go deeper, or if you’re a member and need to submit a change of address, etc. If you have a need, this is the place!

Prayer Request

We consider it a privilege to pray for you whether a prayer request or a story of how God has moved in your life. Requests can be submitted anonymously and you can choose who your request is shared with.

Past Sermon Content

All of our previous sermon content is available on the Vintage Church app (Apple or Android), here for listening, or on YouTube.

Join Our Facebook Group

Make sure and join our Facebook group to hear more about what’s going on in our church family.

Masks Required

Masks are required for adults and children ages 6 and up, and strongly encouraged for younger children.

Consider Whether You Should Worship from Home

If anyone in your household has a fever, is feeling ill, or has been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID we kindly ask that you join us for worship from home.

RSVP Encouraged

Register online with Brushfire each week to reserve your seat. Walk-ups will be offered seats on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Prayer

Why do we pray at Vintage Durham? 

We pray because the Triune God has created us for relationship with Him. We grow stronger in our relationship with Him when we spend time with Him.  How do we spend time with Him?  We pray.

We pray because we love the Lord and want to be with him. We pray because prayer ushers us into the Lord’s presence. We pray because Jesus commands us to pray and teaches us to pray. We pray because Jesus invites us to come and be with him. We pray because the Holy Spirit prompts us to pray.

The Bible informs the Vintage Durham prayer ministry. Prayer is worship, confession, thanksgiving and asking.  It is sometimes silence, sometimes listening, sometimes speaking.  It is sometimes individual, sometimes corporate. 

At Vintage Durham, prayer invites the Lord — who is sovereign and already sees and knows and cares for us – into our lives: our joy, our sorrow, our need, our weakness, and our hope. Prayer shows our humility, trust, and faith in the Lord — who created us for His good pleasure. Prayer brings glory and honor to the Lord.

The Vintage Durham prayer team prays for the needs of the Vintage Durham church family.

On Sundays, during the call to respond/communion, the Vintage Durham prayer team is available to pray with individuals who would like to receive prayer.

Every Wednesday morning from 7 am to 7:45 am via Zoom, all are invited to read a Psalm together and use the Psalm to guide our prayers for the church family.

If you have questions about prayer at Vintage Durham, please contact Chris Freeman.

Let us pray!

Advance

The Vintage North Advance Team operates under the motivation to know, live, and advance the gospel. We love one, love the city, and live the world. We currently partner with various local ministries including StepUp, Refugee Hope Partners, and Safe Families. We serve globally through Compassion International. If you would like to learn more about how to serve the ministries or on our Advance team, reach out to Jess Hughey in person or via email at Jessica.hughey@vintagenc.com

Kids Ministry

The Vintage North Kids Ministry exists to make much of Jesus with the children in our care. We do this through song, story, and action. Children will listen to and sing traditional and contemporary songs of worship to start their time in class. Then, students will hear the Word in the form of stories or verses. Students engage in discussion and are encouraged to ask and answer questions surrounding the Word. Lastly, we move to action. This could look like a craft, participating in service projects, or simply loving our neighbor as we play. The Vintage North Kids Ministry serves children ages infant through 5th grade on Sundays during the service. Middle and high school students are invited to join our student ministry outside of the service time in their own community group. We would love to invite your children to participate, learn, and play with us on Sundays. We would also love for you, parents, to join our Kids Ministry team of volunteers. If you have any questions please email or chat with our Kids Ministry Director, Jess Hughey at Jessica.hughey@vintagenc.com

Community Groups

We were created for community.  Community Groups at Vintage North are a way that we not only live out the community for which we were created, but also live out the mission of the church by making disciples who know, live, and advance the gospel.  Our Community Groups meet throughout the week and throughout the city.  In our groups we take the Word that we have received and try to digest it and apply it to our lives, in the context of an encouraging and sharpening community.  If you are interested in checking out one of our Community Groups please contact Pastor Jared (jared.trumbo@vintagenc.com).

Events coming up at DURHAM

Sunday Gathering

In-person Sunday gatherings and are now gathering in-person with limited capacity as well as continuing to live-stream on Facebook for those who wish to worship from home. This gathering will take place at 10a at the Vintage Church Durham location (1305 W Club Blvd., Durham, NC, 27705). A limited capacity will be in place on the in-person gathering, along with other safety protocols that will include the wearing of masks, temperature checks, and social distancing. Please register here for in-person gatherings each week. If you have any questions please email, Durham pastor, Shaun Cross.

Foster and Adoptive Parent Cookout

Saturday, April 17th, 12-2p
Pullen Park, Shelter 5
If you're somewhere on the road of foster care or adoption or are simply wanting to learn more, we invite you to come and be encouraged amidst this journey. We will enjoy a cookout together with both food and childcare being provided. Come hang out, eat together, and hear an encouraging word from Local Pastor, Jared Trumbo. For more details please email Lauren Clark and if you would like to attend, we ask that you please RSVP here!

Trauma-Informed Care Training

Sunday, May 16th, 7-8p
Downtown K-2 Room and Online
For anyone who may be currently fostering a child, has adopted a child, or is interested in doing either, we aim to provide a time to dive a little deeper into discovering how we, as parents, can better care for children who come from hard places. Through trauma-informed care training, we'll be learning how trauma affects the brain, emotional development, social skills, and more. If you would like more information or for details on the online option, please email Lauren Clark. No RSVP is required.

Sunday Morning Prayer

Durham is holding prayer gatherings outside the church (1305 W Club Blvd., Durham, NC, 27705) on Sunday afternoons at 9a to pray for the church and the city.

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