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
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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
Sunday School News
PLEASE NOTE: NO SUNDAY
SCHOOL ON SUNDAYS DECEMBER
16TH, DECEMBER 23RD AND
As a result of there being no
worship service at 11 a.m. on
Sunday, December 16th BUT
that our service will be held at
Copley Place at 2 p.m. that
day, there will be no 9:30
a.m. Sunday school. AND because
Sunday, December 23rd
being the day before Christmas
Eve and Sunday, December
30th being right before the
New Year, we will NOT have
Sunday school those two Sundays.
Sunday School WILL
begin again on Sunday, January
6th. Please make note of
December Prayer Gathering
Our next prayer gathering will be on
at 6:30 pm in
TVF Church Annual Reports (2018)
It's that time again! Please have your Annual Reports to me by Thursday, January 24, 2019. Per Mark, please make sure they are just a summary - brief and concise! Both of us have agreed that we have been writing way too much each year!
Please use Times New Roman and Size 14 font (if you can).
Christmas Joy Offering
This year we will have two opportunities
to bless others with our giving throughout
the months of December and January
The first offering is The Christmas Joy Offering.
The Christmas Joy Offering will
be taken every Sunday of Advent through
Christmas Eve. This special offering
started over 100 years ago and money
received is used to help current and retired
church workers in their hour of
greatest need, empower racial ethnic students
to develop their gifts at Presbyterian-related
schools and colleges and to
help the schools and colleges continue to
educate our future church leaders. Special
envelopes will be available at each
service for your use on the table in the
Main Hall at the church.
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]
New Wilmington Missions Conference Summer Service
The congregation celebrates the news that Sarah McCord has been selected as one of the six young adults who will represent the New Wilmington Missions Conference this summer in Ethiopia and Kenya. Over six weeks, the team will be serving in Nairobi, Kenya and Addis Ababa & Gambella, Ethiopia. Please pray for Sarah (and her parents) as well as the others as they look forward to their summer mission experience.
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, but corrections will be made throughout the year. Thank you!
Second Opportunity To Give
The Salvation Army in Akron has taken note of the small necessities
for adults. As a complement to its free shower
program, the Salvation Army has the HUGS for the Homeless
to collect essential items for those in need to wear after
cleaning up. HUGS stand for the four key items the organization
is collecting: hats, underwear, gloves and socks.
“Because there’s nothing like a pair of warm, clean socks,”
said Rebecca Baker, the social services ministry director of
the Salvation Army of Summit County. Baker said the HUGS program
serves as an arm of the shower program, which offers free showers at the
Salvation Army’s downtown location on Maple Street to anyone in the
community who needs them. You may bring the unwrapped items to the
Café and place them under the Christmas tree.
Offering Envelopes 2019
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
Any donations can be placed in
the storage room off the Main Hall.