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If you have never led a study of The Community before, you might find the following short videos helpful:. View all studies for The Community on a single page. Understand how you can know God personally. What is Christianity? Learn the basics of what Christians believe.
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Athletes Engaging around sports to help athletes think and live biblically. Families Equipping families with practical approaches to parenting and marriage. High School Reaching students and faculty in middle and high school. Military Bringing hope and resources to military families worldwide. Locate Cru Near You. For further details on joining a group, contact Emma Crawley on or emma vineyard. Parking is available onsite - drive into St Pauls College via the entrance at the end of Moira St, follow the driveway around the hall and park down on the courts.
This is a great opportunity for us to build relationships in the wider community and to grow as a church.
There is a basket by the welcome desk on Sundays for you to drop these off. If you would like to be involved in physically dropping the food off then speak to Sam or Cam. Let us all pray that God will guide and use us to bless His community! Brew Bros.
A great way to get to know some of the other Urban guys better. Alpha - Wednesdays at 7. Girls Group - Thursdays at 7. Family Group - Saturdays fortnightly at 2. Get in touch so we can let you know the dates and locations. We are so glad you have found us here, and we would love to meet you in person.
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Have a good look around our website, and if you can't find what you're looking for, click the contact page, email us and we will do our best to help. We hope this site explains who are are, what we love to do, and where we are heading together. You are most welcome in our church community. We continued to grow and moved to an empty warehouse in Newton Rd our present location at the end of We love good coffee and baking, which you can enjoy for free at both our Sunday gatherings.
We want to do this by simply living authentically as Kingdom of God people and equipping people to live as Christ would have us live. Everyone who makes Urban their home are part of the Urban Team. We also have a staff team to lead, serve and strengthen the mission of Urban, and a trust board to oversee the governance and compliance of our operations. Howie and April came to this role at Urban from the world of school teaching. There are a lot of similarities, but the curriculum has endless possibilities.
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They are often seen drinking coffee and playing with toys. Cameron was a Physical Education teacher before taking on this role. Charlie has been working with churches for many years, especially with youth and young adults. She keeps us connected through small groups and communication. She also works as a designer so she helps make sure things look good around here.
Emma has experience working with people from varied backgrounds through her work in counselling and HR, which she brings to her role providing pastoral care and leadership. She keeps herself balanced and us entertained with inappropriate humour, YouTubing and costumes.
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Barry is passionate about seeing people encounter the love of Jesus. A great dancer, he usually ends the day by shaking it off with Tay Tay. Madly in love with Jesus. To find our reports and records search for "Urban Vineyard" on c harities. The Vineyard Movement originated in the United States in , with the first Vineyard Church growing rapidly and attracting a wide range of mostly young people with a desire to know, experience and share their faith in God.
Before long several other Vineyard Churches were planted in California, with priorities of fostering worship, evangelism, relationships, healing, training and church planting. In John Wimber and several other pastors led their existing churches into the Vineyard Movement as their visions were complimentary and before long John became leader of the movement. Initially Vineyard restricted its church-planting to North America, limiting its operation in other countries to renewal conferences and training. However Vineyard has now recognised a clear call to plant churches throughout the world including New Zealand.
Harvest had been styled on the purposes, values and priorities of Vineyard Churches since its inception in , but had not been given permission to use the Vineyard name, nor formally be part of the movement until March The growth has continued with more churches being planted, and more people finding a living faith in Jesus Christ.
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Vineyard Churches typically emphasise:. If you are new to Urban, welcome! You should firstly check out one of our two weekend services if you haven't already. Both Sunday gatherings start with contemporary worship prior to children and youth attending their respective groups in the morning. We hope you will find the meetings at Urban Vineyard relaxed, the teaching and communication relevant and the culture warm. A great programme for children aged is available at both locations, and Elevate for youth aged , runs during the 10am gathering at St Paul's College, in their own areas within the building.
A toddlers space is available in the cafe. In order to help new guests connect and participate further, a Welcome to Urban event takes place every second month after both morning and evening Sunday gatherings. These events are hosted by our pastors, and provide a chance to hear the vision and story of Urban Vineyard, and meet some members of our team. We would be honoured to have you visit and look forward to extending a welcome, should you decide to participate in community and serve in God's Kingdom purpose with us at Urban.
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Urban Groups meet during the week at locations around Auckland, often in homes. We run on four, eight week terms a year, with two to four weeks' break between the terms. We think Urban Groups are essential for our sense of connection with each other and with God in a large city.
They are so helpful for continuing to grow and develop in our relationship with God and people. Welcome To Urban is a regular get-together for new people to Urban.