Vine Mission Statement: Vine Congregational, United Church of Christ, rooted in the soil of Christian belief, is an open and inclusive community of believers that provides care, support, and encouragement to individuals and families as they bear witness to their faith within and beyond the local church.
Our religion is over 2000 years old, but our thinking is not. Vine is an Open Minded Church with Extravagant Welcome.
Sunday Service - Join us at 10:30 for Liberal Theology inside Traditional Worship
Baptisms - Anyone of any age may be baptized at Vine Church.
Our Pastor will baptize anyone, if they have not already been baptized at some point in their life.
Baptism are traditionally done during a Sunday worship service by placing water on the head. If the person wishes to be immersed fully in water, they must arrange to use a baptismal font in another church, a swimming pool, or a pond/lake.
There is no fee to be Baptized at Vine Church, but a donation to the church is encouraged.
Weddings - You are welcome to have your wedding at Vine Church. We believe in Marriage equality. You do not need to be a member of Vine Church to be married here. Read more....
Funerals - Anyone can have a memorial service/ funeral at Vine Church. Our Pastor will officiate at the funeral of non-members. To arrange a memorial service, contact Rev. Dr. Renae Koehler to check availability.
Christian Education Ministries
- DiVine Kids Sunday School
- Vacation Bible School
- Children's Little Free Library
- Youth Group
- Kamp Kaleo
- Adult Sunday School
- Explorers Bible Study Group
- Evening Discussion Group
- Communion Preparation/Clean-up
- Communion Servers
- Chancel Choir
- Bell Choir: Joyful Noise
- Special Flowers for Easter and Christmas Seasons
- Pew Ministry
- Children's Activity Bags
Member Care Ministries
- Cradle Roll
- Card Ministry
- Vine Callers
- Funeral Servers
- People's City Mission
- "Branching" Out
- Peace and Justice
- Friendly Fellowship
- Fellowship Hour
- Esther/Faith Circle
Our religion is over 2000 years old, our thinking is not. God is still speaking.