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The sermon series, A Journey of Grace, is paused whilst we prepare for Christimas.

The first Sunday in Advent Season is 27 November.

We will be journeying toward Christmas on Sundays:

27 Nov (Hope - Jabin)

4 Dec (Love - Melt)

11 Dec (Joy - Jabin)

18 Dec (Peace - Melt) 

25 Dec - Christmas morning - Melt


On Saturday 26 November we will be handing out invitation pamphlets to people participating in the Christmas Parade  to come upstairs to the Vineyard church for a free coffee or hot chocolate after 6.00pm once the parade is over. (The above pic is the back of the pamphlet to be handed out).

We need volunteers to hand out pamphlets and to help make the coffee and hot chocolate!

Please email: or if you would like to assist with this community event.

Thank you to all who filled shoeboxes for Samaritan's Purse, whether physically or online. Twenty four boxes were delivered to Calvary Community Church on Saturday and Sunday.  Well done Vineyard!

Keep Friday evening 23 December open for our Christmas banquet.

Details to follow next week.

Ticket bookings will be through our website in a similar way to the way we booked for church when numbers were restricted. 

We will notify all once the booking is live.  There are only 75 tickets available so make sure you book early.

Please ensure that if you can't make it after booking, that the tickets are passed along.

Fire Relief Help - LAST APPEAL FOR HELP!

We have recently received news of friends of ours in South Africa, who like us, lost their home and all their personal possessions in a fire that happened a couple of  weeks ago. This is a family, who due to no fault of their own, other than several of the kind of body-blows that life sometimes dishes up, are left close to destitute. Both of the couple are employed and, as we know them, will work their way back from this.  They regularly attend our Sunday worship services online. Without any pressure or manipulation at all, as in none whatsoever…If this is something the Spirit guides you to give to, please do prayerfully consider making a donation of some kind.

I am aware that most of us are already giving at various levels and many of us are stretched. I would like to see if we could raise something toward their recovery over the next few months and then make a once off gift of some kind to them. If you feel led in this direction, please reference your gift through whatever platform you choose to give, and note the donation as ‘fire relief’ and we will collate all in early January to give them a Christmas Gift from YKVC.

Grace and peace!