Welcome to Vineyard Community Church online. On this site you’ll find history, current information, and maps for our church. You’re invited to explore, learn about us, and join us in our adventure into God.
Who are we?
VCC is a 10-year-old church full of real people experiencing the mercy and power of God. Our fellowship consists of people from all walks of life: transient military, local Augustans, families, carpenters, homemakers, SRS employees, ASU and MCG students, and doctors. The religious background ranges from absolutely none to Catholic to Protestant. We are affiliated with the Association of Vineyard Churches USA (see below). We seek to be culture current, ethnically diverse, and Biblically uncompromising.
What are we?
The Vineyard is a church planting movement based out of Texas and currently occupying 62 countries on all 6 continents with several thousand churches. VCC is part of this family of churches, planted out of and affiliated with our mother church, the Vineyard Church Augusta. For more info about the Vineyard movement visit the links on our DNA page.
When do we meet?
We meet Sundays at 10am. During the morning service we offer a full children’s church program for all ages. We also offer Vineyard Sunday Night, an evening discipleship class with a variety of programs.
We also offer a variety of other services and classes each month designed to minister to and equip families and church leaders. Visit our calendar page for more info.
Sunday meeting is just the beginning life at VCC. While congregational gathering is important, the real community of the church happens throughout the week as we live out our faith together. We place a big emphasis on home groups, and meet for a variety of other purposes throughout the month.
Where do we meet?
VCC meets in a warehouse just off of Interstate 20 and Belair Road on the western edge of Augusta.
Why do we meet?
Everything we are and do can be expressed in this statement: God embracing people.
We are founded on the belief that church is relevant to people today, and that through the church God demonstrates his love, forgiveness and power to the world. We focus on finding people hungry for his love, bringing them into relationship with Jesus Christ and his friends, the church, and then equipping every person in the church to find their niche in God’s work and help build his family. We center on the main and plain directives taught in Scripture and traditionally practiced by the historical church, while at the same time conducting church life in ways that are significant and meaningful to our generation. Visit our Get to Know VCC pages from the menu below for more information on the nuts and bolts of our church.