If you are interested in getting connected at the Vineyard, then there are many different activities to choose from. No matter your interests or stage in life, we have something for you. By browsing the sections below, you will be able to see what happens around Brentwood Vineyard Church.
At Brentwood Vineyard, there are big things are happening in our small groups. We love to invest in each other's lives, share the awesome and awkward moments together, pray for each other and encourage everyone to live out the unique design and destiny God has given them. If you are new to the church, we encourage you to ask about the Newcomers Group we offer. And if you have questions about how our structure works, be sure to read about our Connect Group structure below. For more information, you can email us or contact the office on 01277 374 844.
So settle in, sign up for a group and make some meaningful friendships with others like you. We think that you're going to find that life is better in community!
Children & Youth
We provide a safe and caring environment for kids from pre-school age upwards ie: from age 3 up to secondary school.
The kids join the main service for the worship and announcements, and then break into their various groups around 11am, escorted by the group leaders.
All Brentwood Vineyard staff are DBS checked.
Find more details on our Kids' Ministry page.
Alpha provides a unique opportunity to explore life's big questions in an informal, friendly environment. Whether you are a stark atheist or have never considered any kind of spiritual existence, Alpha is a place where you can find out more about Jesus and ask questions about Christianity in an open and non-threatening environment. Find out more at alpha.org.
Each evening starts with a home-cooked dinner where you'll be able to meet and chat with others who have joined the course. We'll then hear a short talk addressing a particular question relating to faith, religion, spirituality or life, and break into groups over coffee to share thoughts and ask questions that may have arisen during the evening - don't be shy! This is a free course, including dinner, and you can expect a warm welcome each evening, whether you come by yourself of with friends.
Whether you're a musician with a heart for worship, you love to offer hospitality from the kitchen, you're comfortable with audio-visual equipment, or you're ready with a smile and a welcome on Sunday morning for newcomers and regulars, we would love to hear from you.
Connect Groups are a central part of being connected here at Brentwood Vineyard Church. We want everyone who walks through our doors to have a really good opportunity to find some key friendships with people while they find places to develop their relationship with Jesus. This is what our Connect Groups are all about.
These are groups of 8-15 people who meet weekly in various homes and venues across Brentwood and surrounding areas, to connect with God and each other. They are places where we simply do life together. Each group is a bit different in scope and is led by passionate leaders. They are tied together with some key values, giving you a chance to choose a great group that suits your interests, needs and schedule. Each group exists to provide you with a fun place to meet and develop meaningful relationships with Jesus and others, at your own pace. They start and finish on a termly basis, with sign-up months in December, April and August.
We meet on a regular basis to support, encourage and motivate each other. We serve God by:
serving the church
serving each other
serving our community
For more information please contact Tony Tufnell
Christians Against Poverty is a national debt counselling charity with a network of 160 centres based in local churches. CAP offers hope and a solution to anyone in debt through its free, unique, in-depth service.
The CAP Money Management Course teaches basic budgeting skills and a simple, cash-based money management system that really works over 3 sessions. It is designed to help people gain a better knowledge of what they earn and spend, devise a manageable budget, get their accounts in order, stop using cards and learn to save.