We’re a community of regular people discovering a vibrant faith in Jesus.
When We Meet
How We Meet
We’re serious about our faith, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously. Feel welcome to dress comfortably, and come ready to have fun. (Yes, fun. In church. Who woulda thought?)
Don’t have your stuff together?
Neither do we. But we’re working on it.
Let’s be honest: Life can be complicated, and most of us make loads of mistakes along the way… sometimes the same ones over and over and over again.
It’s not like we’re trying to make a mess of things, of course.
But stuff happens.
And we’re not perfect.
And bad habits are tough to break.
And actually sticking with new habits feels… well, pretty unlikely.
We’ve all been there. Actually, many of us are still there.
But here’s the thing: At New Vintage Church, we’re there together. Which means none of us is trying to figure it all out on our own. And you don’t have to either.
There’s a lot happening here, and we want you to join us!
You’re welcome here.
Just as you are.
At New Vintage, you can count on us to:
Challenge you to grow—without shame or condemnation.
Offer opportunities to develop meaningful friendships.
Guide you toward practical answers to life’s biggest questions.
Help you figure out your purpose and cheer you on as you fulfill it.
Explain the Gospel in clear, engaging, and challenging ways.
Hold you accountable, with love, to following Jesus.
Through Jesus Christ, you can have a fulfilling life.
1. Join Us on Sunday
Is attending church the only way to have a relationship with Jesus? Nah. But it’s certainly the most helpful way to get to know him and to learn what he wants for your life. (Plus, our services are… what do the kids say? Dope.)
2. Find Your Place
Allowing people to truly see you—know you—can feel vulnerable and uncomfortable. But it’s so worth it! For more than a decade, we’ve helped people just like you find their place in our community.
3. Know You're Not Alone
At New Vintage, you’ll be surrounded by people who will genuinely care about you, welcome you just as you are, and have your back while you grow toward a vibrant faith in Jesus.