Events at Vineyard Community Church

Meeting in Augusta at Vineyard Community Church. Led by various VCC guys.  If we’re not in the VCC cafe, we’re at Cracker Barrel. Contact Jeff @ 706-414-4224 or @ jeffreymiller5(at)yahoo(dot)com for more information.

Celebrate marriage in a lovey-dovey way! This will be a night that will refresh and encourage you and yours. Features include: Catered candlelight dinner and dessert A short exercise on refreshing your marriage Fellowship with other married couples Childcare is included The cost is $20 per couple. Please listen for details!

Meeting in Augusta at the church building.  8 week studies focused on worship, discipleship and equipping.  Childcare available. Contact Jason and Jewelia Jacobs @ 706-394-6721 or @ jasonbjacobs(at)yahoo(dot)com for more information.

Come participate in an amazing demonstration/participation of the food and ceremony, as taught by a Messianic Jew, of the night of Passover.  Learn how this wonderful holiday relates to our Christian faith!  This event is 90 minutes long and will include childcare for ages 4 and under and for special needs children.

Right after our Sunday service, everyone’s invited to hang around and eat together in celebration of the mirth and gaiety that accompanies Jesus’ rising from the grave.  In lieu of our traditional Easter Potluck, join VCC for an Easter Picnic! Bring a blanket or tailgate and fellowship and make merry as we celebrate Jesus resurrection. […]

Right after church service at noon. If you’re new at the church, you may be interested in finding out more about us. This meeting is designed to help you to know ‘where the bus is going’. Free lunch is included for all participants. Jeff will share the history and beginnings of VCC, where we’ve come since […]

Upcoming Events

We also meet every Sunday at 10:00 am to worship God together, and throughout the week in home groups all over the city. Please click the link to the left for a complete schedule of home groups.

Our Community

At VCC, we believe that church is not a function: it is a family. Our religion is only as alive as we are, the people that pursue it. So, rather than acting as an organization, we want to act as an organism. We have no time for casual contacts and meaningless formalities. We are a fellowship on an adventure towards the stuff of God. Church means worshipping God together, studying the Bible together, fixing our cars together, hiking together, eating together, playing together, praying together... enjoying the warmth of the Holy Spirit in all parts of our lives together, not just in appointed meeting times.