OUR SMALL GROUPS
At Loveland Vineyard Community we are choosing to be a church that has a high value for relationship. We believe that relationships are nurtured and grow through community with one another. We value sharing REAL life together through our Small Groups and gatherings. Groups are where you meet people, build relationships, let the love of Jesus flow through you and be community!
Please contact the church through the CONTACT link with inquiries for group location and additional information.
“UNITE” VINEYARD YOUTH
The Vineyard Youth (6th grade through 12th) meet on Sunday mornings after worship and for special events throughout the month and year. The group focus is on meeting Jesus and developing a saving faith and awareness of God’s love. Youth learn how to pray for one another, how to share Jesus with their friends, and to serve one another and the people in their community. Friends are welcome!
“THE NOBLE BEREANS”
This is a Bible Study group exploring the book of Revelations. The group will study the original language, audience, time, place, and explore the overall message. This will focus on the encouraging side of Revelations and the redemption story. Kids are welcome, but there is no official child care. The group meets on Tuesday evenings at 6:30PM starting January 28. The group meets in a private home.
“PATHWAYS FOR WOMEN”
This group is for gals who desire friendship and fellowship. The group meets in a private home on Wednesday mornings from 9:00AM to 11:30AM, beginning January 22 and will end on May 20. The book of Esther is the pathway guide for walking out life in freedom and truth.
“COME AS YOU ARE”
This is NOT a Small Group BUT this is an active millennial group that hangs out together throughout the week. You can “come as you are’ and there are “no strings attached”. On Wednesday evenings you can go to a private home at 7:00PM and a dinner will appear. You can hang out, meet new friends and have a place to talk and be heard.
Give yourself a treat and pamper yourself with an hour to relax, stretch and do basic exercise. “During each class we will explore how to praise our God through breath-word and simple movements as we practice basic yoga poses. This is a time for quiet worship and praise.” Wear light weight work out clothing and bring an exercise mat and a bottle for water. Class meets at the Loveland Vineyard Church at 900 Josephine Court on Wed. afternoons from 4:00pm to 5:00PM. There is no cost.
“TEAM OF 12”
This is a team of 12 who have pledged to pray for the Loveland Vineyard Church at 7:00am on Wednesday mornings at their own locations. Whether they are driving to work, having a cup of coffee or getting out of bed, they are committed to pray for the church and its people. Weekly emails are sent to the “Team of 12” to help their prayers be specific.
“SCRUM” – a means of linking arms, coming together shoulder to shoulder, moving forward, a framework for managing life together
The goal of this groups is to establish honest relationships and walk the path of life together. The group is built on honesty, integrity, participation, encouragement and prayer. The group meets on Thursday evenings in a private home at 8:30PM. You are invited to end your day with God thoughts.
“TEAM OF 12”
This is a team of 12 who have pledged to pray for the Loveland Vineyard at 7:00am on Thursday mornings at their locations. Whether they are driving to work, having a cup of coffee or getting out of bed, they are committed to pray for the church and its people. Weekly emails are sent to the “Team of 12” to help their prayers be specific.
“CHEYENNE LADIES NIGHT”
Simply. . .Women Loving Women
The focus of this group is to provide a loving and safe environment where life can be shared and healthy relationships built with other women. Times and location for this group vary throughout the month. Outings and activities are planned for special occasions. The group typically meets on Thursday evenings at 6:30pm.
Recovery U is an addiction recovery group based in Loveland, Colorado. The group meets at the Loveland Vineyard at 900 Josephine Court on Sunday at 5PM. This group takes aspects of many recovery programs, and seeks to keep meetings informative and science based. It is a safe space for any and all people to be free to struggle, share, and grow in recovery. People are welcome from all addictions, walks of life and faiths. Regardless of who you are and where you are in life, you are welcome and will be an important part of the group.