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Abingdon Vineyard was founded on being a church without walls,
people from all backgrounds together as a church,
a church working out in the community,
not just meeting in a building on Sundays.
Though the Covid-19 precautions are denying the opportunity to meet physically on Sundays or in our small groups
or our through community outreach
we have expanded the ways in which we can meet together
through simple technology.
The church is a body of people who grow together feeding on the word of God
and putting into practice the love of God to each other
and to the community around us.
At Abingdon Vineyard you will find a range to activities and events
that will give you opportunity to find your gifts and abilities to grow yourself
and to grow in the community around you.
Our church meets each Sunday with a regular service on the
first three weeks of each month.
The centre is open from 10:30am where refreshments,
tea, coffee and snacks are available.
The service starts at 10:45am with an extended time of worship
followed by a bible based talk that is relevant to life in the world today
then an opportunity for personal prayer.
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Is the key part of every Christian life so it is appropriate that we start all of our services and groups with a time of worship that helps us focus on God and
put Jesus at the front
of our thoughts.
Our Sunday service starts off with around 25 minutes of guitar led worship that you can join in with as much or as little as you are comfortable with.
The bible is the Word of God and is the basis of all Christian teaching. Our talks are therefore bible based and aimed at being presented in a way that is relevant to the modern living and to help us all understand the values that the Christinan faith represents.It is our hope that our Sunday talks will encourage us all to seek more of God's purpose for our lives as we know him more.
Talking to God?
No, not just talking to God but a conversation, a two way dialogue, listening as well.
At each Sunday meeting there is an opportunity for personal prayer with one of our team. This might be about some aspect in your daily life or in response to something experienced during the worship or talk, whatever you feel is on your heart to pray about.
Abingdon Vineyard is a supporter of the
part of the Trussell Trust network of foodbanks.
The Vineyard Church together with volunteers from
other local churches operates a
South Foodbank Centre at
Preston Road Community Centre
where the Vineyard church meets each Sunday.