Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get info about news and events?
The easiest way is to pick up a copy of the weekly program available here for download.
How do I sign-up for events?
Go to the Sign-Up Counter (in the lobby) where you can find sign-up sheets to register for events.
How do I get involved in a small group?
Small groups meet throughout the week, both here at the Vineyard and in people's homes, offering relationship, spiritual development, practical Bible study and prayer. Our small groups are a place where people of all ages and stages in life can develop lifelong friendships.
Pick up one of our small groups flyers at the Info Counter or click here for more information.
What does the Vineyard believe about baptism?
The first story in the Bible about Jesus as an adult is his baptism. The last thing Jesus said to his disciples before ascending into heaven was that they should go throughout the world making disciples and baptizing them. Baptism is obviously a very important activity in the New Testament. Baptism is also a subject that Christians don’t all agree about. Here at the Vineyard, we view it as a secondary issue, allowing some room for disagreement between sincere believers. We have, nonetheless, tried to be faithful to the Bible and faithful to what the church has done historically.
How do I get baptized?
We offer baptism four times a year. Watch the program for details on the next baptism or contact the church office at 970.484.5999.
What about baby baptism?
Here at Vineyard we offer baby dedication instead of baptism. Baptism is a symbol that an individual has chosen to become a follower of Christ and make him the Lord of his life. In order to be baptized, a person must be at least six years of age and have made a personal choice to follow Christ.
How do we get married at Vineyard?
For complete details, pick up a wedding packet at the Info Counter; all prices and requirements are listed there. Completed wedding information forms should be turned in to the Info Counter.
In order to be married by a Vineyard pastor, you must attend our pre-marital class. Please give yourselves plenty of time to complete this class before your wedding!
What about tithing?
Money. Few topics cause more anxiety, stress and discomfort. And yet the Bible is full of references to money and giving. As a matter of fact, there are more promises in the Bible connected with giving than any other subject! Clearly, money is a powerful force in our lives and needs to be under God’s control. As Christians (those who have made a lifetime commitment to follow Jesus Christ) the cornerstone of our financial discipleship is understanding the tithe.
Click here to give online!