Events

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Remember that while we are isolated, we are not alone.
The technology available is a bridge across the chasm of quarantine.

Vintage Church was one church in four locations prior to the
COVID-19 pandemic, but now we are one church gathering in thousands of locations, all in the name of Jesus. Although these events are sorted according to our four church locations, all are welcome, whether or not you have ever set foot in a Vintage Church building. You belong here.

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Events coming up at Downtown

Baby Dedications

Sunday, May 9th
Downtown Sanctuary
As the gospel is God’s word of promise, we as parents claim these promises for our children. This is an opportunity in the presence of the Vintage Church Community for parents to ask God for His blessing on their children as well as for help in raising them to love and serve the Lord and others. We will be doing Baby Dedications this Mothers Day at all four worship gatherings! For more info, please contact our Director of Families, Kayla Pleasants.

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!

Vintage College

Visit www.vintagenc.com/college or email Ben Snow if you are interested in getting involved in our college ministry.

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.

Vintage Men's Bible Study

April 9th - May 14
Friday Mornings on Zoom, 7a-8a

The 33 Series is a short, 6-week Bible Study for men that will provide a great opportunity for discussion and connection for men of all ages. This study will be held over Zoom every Friday morning from 7a to 8a, beginning April 9th. If you are interested please email Matt Womble for details.

Vintage Students

Vintage Students are passionate about our mission, our students, and our amazing God! We believe that Jesus revolutionized the world through something we often take for granted: the power of students. We’ve created an environment where every student involved is known, cared for, and loved. Join us every Sunday in the 1880 room @ 6:15p. Email the Vintage Students Director, Dylan Motta or check our instagram @Vintagestudentsnc for more information.

Events coming up at North

Sunday Gathering

In-person Sunday gatherings are held at 10a at Trinity Academy (10224 Baileywick Rd.) in the gym. Recommended safety protocol will be followed. If you have any questions please email Jared Trumbo.

Baby Dedications

Sunday, May 9th, 10a
Trinity Academy
As the gospel is God’s word of promise, we as parents claim these promises for our children. This is an opportunity in the presence of the Vintage Church Community for parents to ask God for His blessing on their children as well as for help in raising them to love and serve the Lord and others. We will be doing Baby Dedications this Mother's Day during our worship gathering! For more info, please contact our Director of Families, Jessica Hughey.

Wednesday Morning Prayer

Every Wednesday Morning, 7a
Sola Coffee Patio - Lead Mine Rd.

We were created by a faithful, loving God who invites us to pray and assures us he’s listening. When we consider who God is and what he has done, why wouldn’t we go to him with all our lives? All are welcome to join us as we pray for the church and our city on Wednesday mornings on the patio of Sola Coffee. If it is raining please join over zoom here.

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.

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.

Events coming up at West

Sunday Gathering

In-person Sunday gatherings are held at 10a within the Large Shelter at Apex Community Park (2200 Laura Duncan Road).  Recommended safety protocols will be followed.  Click here to learn more and RSVP!

Sunday Morning Prayer

We were created by a faithful, loving God who invites us to pray and assures us he’s listening. When we consider who God is and what he has done, why wouldn’t we go to him with all our lives? All are welcome to join us as we pray for the church and our city on Sunday mornings at 7a. Click here to join!

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!

Women's Monthly Gathering

You are invited to join virtually on the second Tuesday of every month for a Vintage West Women's Gathering. It will take place each month over Zoom from 7:30-8:30p. This will be an opportunity to connect with other women, study God's word, and join together in prayer. Our hope is this would provide an encouraging opportunity to grow together as daughters of Christ. Tuesday, March 9th will be our first online gathering. Please contact Amy Kish to learn more. 

Baby Dedications

Sunday, May 2nd, 10a
As the gospel is God’s word of promise, we as parents claim these promises for our children. This is an opportunity in the presence of the Vintage Church Community for parents to ask God for His blessing on their children as well as for help in raising them to love and serve the Lord and others. Vintage Church West will be holding baby dedications at our Sunday worship service on May 2nd. For more info, please contact Logan Saponaro.

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.
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