There’s a new church in town – a different kind of church, a church that is patterned after the Early Church described in the New Testament. This church is empowered by the Holy Spirit, led by the Holy Spirit, and its people are hungry to experience more of God. The book of Acts describes such a church: “Everyone was filled with awe, and many wonders and miraculous signs were done by the Apostles” (Acts 4:43). All the believers were unified, they broke bread in their homes, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. Vineyard Fellowship desires to be this kind of church.
In 2005, George Barna surveyed Christians in America. In his book “Revolution,” he reports that “eight out of every 10 believers do not feel they have entered into the presence of God or experienced a connection with him during the worship service.” Vineyard Fellowship of Richmond Hill wants to change that. The church’s vision is to provide a place where people can “come and experience the presence and power of God.”
Vineyard Fellowship (VF) is led by Pastors Tom and Jane Seaman. With over 20 years of experience in pastoral ministry, Tom and Jane have discovered the importance of true worship and have made worship their No. 1 priority (cf. John 4:23-24).
VF is a place where you can come to experience higher praise and deeper worship of our awesome God.
Pastor Tom is also a college professor. He places a strong emphasis on Biblical teaching that goes deeper, providing answers to life’s questions and leading people to a greater knowledge and understanding of God.
VF also prioritizes fellowship, developing authentic friendships that provide encouragement and support. Following Jesus’ call go and make disciples, VF is committed to helping each person discover their spiritual gifts, equipping them to serve God and others.
Every church has its own style and personality. VF is simple and easy. Dress is casual, so come as you are. Vineyard people are very friendly and sincere – real people just doing life together and seeking to know God more intimately.
VF meets for worship and teaching at 10 a.m. on Sundays at 55 Bass Drive in Richmond Hill, home of the Lions Club.
Vineyard Fellowship believes that God still heals and performs miracles today. All are invited to come and experience more of the presence and power of God.
For more information, contact Pastor Tom Seaman at 912-596-7076 or email@example.com.