Vineyard Longmont




we are going through 50 Discipleship STEPS! We have companion booklets to go with the sermons, and people can go through at their own pace.

The themes begin very basic and simple, “There is a God“, the cover graphics become brighter and more vibrant as they progress to more complex themes, “The Kingdom of God“ or “Jesus versus Christianity“. We even address some controversial topics, “Politics” and “LGBTQ”. The final step, “Mentoring“, expresses a place of completion where you’re giving away what you have to others.

Come and join us this year in our discipleship journey!

Small Groups

Children's Ministry


Vineyard Kids is a place where children can learn and grow in their friendship with Jesus. Families can be confident that their children are being fed with biblical based teaching in a safe and understanding environment. Our pastors believe this is one of the most important ministries in the church.

Vineyard Kids (Kindergarten through 5th grade) meet every Sunday after worship. They will be dismissed after worship to go to their class.

Our nursery staff is there to greet babies and parents and for an added bonus, the service is piped in there for nursing mothers as well.

We believe that focusing our energy on our children is of the utmost importance. In Matthew 19:14, Jesus says; “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these” (NIV). Children are the future of the church.

In a Vineyard Kids class, you will find Vineyard Longmont interns and volunteers teaching children the ways of Jesus by way of reading the Bible, doing a different craft every week, musical worship, and games.

One of the special things our children participated in was an original music recording with Francis Cutty, one of our local Singer-Songwriters.

Youth Ministry


Upcoming Events

Wednesday Dinner Groups

Dinner by Chef Dietrich followed by worship and then classes.

A donation of $5.00 is suggested to help cover the cost of dinner.

New Sunday Sermon Series


Considered to be the greatest of the Old Testament Prophets, Isaiah is quoted more and says more about Jesus, the coming Messiah, than any other in material.  So much so that some call the Book of Isaiah “the 5th Gospel”. 

Usually we allow the New Testament to Interpret the Old;  in this series, we will allow Isaiah’s vision of Jesus (and the people of God) to critique what we now call “Christianity”. 

What does Isaiah tell us about Jesus that may be a surprise?  And even about ourselves?