Join Us for Sunday Worship - 11:00 AM at The HUB
Welcome!The Vine Fellowship Church Vision Who are we?
The Vine Fellowship is a caring community of followers of Jesus. Why do we exist? To share the love of Jesus. How do we do it? We share that love by: * Meeting people where they are * Building relationships within the community * Introducing people to Jesus * Worshiping joyfully * Serving greater Copley
A congregation of the Presbyterian Church (USA)
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WORSHIP TIME & LOCATION
We are worshipping at:
The HUB Community Center
3676 Community Lane, Suite 100, Copley Ohio 44321
(off S. Cleveland-Massillon Road)
Every Sunday at 11 AM
Adults, youth, and children meet at 9:30 am for Sunday School. The adult class focuses on Bible study, video series, and books that challenge us to live faithfully as Christ followers.
Children and youth meet in age appropriate groups taught by adults who love God and love kids. Our children’s curriculum uses Bible stories and hands-on activities to engage our younger learners.
Beginning at 10:15 am fellowship and coffee hour take place in the Lounge. During worship childcare and learning experiences are offered for infants through kindergarten age.
CHURCH AND OFFICE LOCATION
The HUB Community Center
3676 Community Lane, Suite 100
Copley, OH 44321
THE HUB COMMUNITY CENTER OFFICE HOURS
Vary throughout the week. Please call ahead to make sure a staff member will be on hand at the facility. Appointments are required for rental tours.
FRIDAY: OFFICE CLOSED
Each year every Presbyterian Church is asked to pay per capita
for every active church member. Per Capita is a fundamental way
in which all of the nearly 10,000 congregations and mid councils
of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) connect, participate and
share in the work of the wider church. Per Capita is the primary
source of funding for the Office of the General Assembly, and is
how Presbyterians mutually and equitably share the costs of
coming together to discern the Spirit’s leading for the future.
The breakdown for this year’s Per Capita is:
$8.95 General Assembly, PCUSA
$3.25 Synod of the Covenant
$19.80 Eastminster Presbytery
Please prayerfully consider contributing $32 over-and-above your
weekly/monthly/yearly giving as this is a line-item of the church
February Prayer Gathering
Our next prayer gathering will be on
February 11th at 6:30 pm in
For those who use or would like to
use offering envelopes in 2019
please see Dick Hillebrand
(Stewardship & Finance Chair) or
Stew Buchanan, Treasurer. You can
also call the church office (330-576
-6608) or indicate on the Sunday
Fellowship Card that you would like
them and we will see that you receive them ASAP.
Bell Choir To Resume
Have you been thinking about ringing bells? Join us on January 17th from
7-8:30 and we will show you what’s involved. It’s
easier than you think! Prior musical experience is not necessary
just a desire to ring your praise to the Lord. Anyone ages 12 and
older can play! Please reach out to Kay Belser if you are interested.
You can reach her by text or phone at 330-962-4908 or by
email at [email protected].
Please plan on staying after worship on Sunday, February 24th for a
lunch that will include: chili, salad,
cornbread, crackers and dessert. A
free-will offering will be taken. Let
us know if you are coming by calling the church office (330-576-
6608) or indicating on the Sunday
Fellowship Card by Tuesday, February 19th
2019 Church Directories
The 2019 Church Directories
and you can pick up
your copy at the
church any Sunday
morning (they will be
on the back table under
the screen) or anytime
week. If there are
please call the church
office and let Denise know so she can update your information in the database. The directories will not be reprinted this year, but corrections will be made throughout the year. Thank you!
Lent begins this year on Wednesday, March 6, and will extend to Easter on April 21. This can be a meaningful time of
spiritual growth as we spend time in worship and observe
practices which draw us closer to God. Please plan now to
attend the soup supper and service at the HUB on March
6. Following that will be five weeks of study in small groups
that will look at how Lent has been observed over the centuries and what practices we can incorporate into our own lives
to make Lent a rich experience today. The groups will meet
at various time of the day and evening, so we hope everyone
can find a time and day that works for them--specific times
and places will be publicized in a few weeks.
How can you help fund some of our deacon
projects without spending a dime extra than you
would usually spend? If you are an Acme grocery
shopper, you will find at the bottom of
your receipt the words "Community
Cashback." Acme store brands including
Nostimo, Topco, and others qualify for the rewards,
Please bring in the receipts as you accumulate
them and place them in the marked box
on the counter of the welcome area. Evelyn
Bell will be recording them. No amount is too