Community Groups are our weekly small group gatherings at The Vine and are a great way for you to meet other people and build authentic relationships at the heart of our church family. Whether you’re a newcomer to The Vine or have been been part of our family for years, if The Vine is your home church,Community Group is an ideal place for you to grow in your faith, form deeper relationships with others and become involved in every aspect of church life.

Next Event:

Book Study Community

Date/Time: Starting 3 August 2017, Every Thursday, 7.30pm
Venue: Vine Centre
Sign Up: HERE

Are you searching for a group to join?

If so, come and join us at our “Book Study Community Group.”  This group, lead by Pastor Ellison Tsang will last for four weeks where we will study a book with each other.

This is a great opportunity to get to know people and get connected with the community of the church.

This group will meet starting on 3 August 2017 and will be held every Thursday evening (7:30 – 9:30) in the month of August.

Please sign up, or for more details please contact [email protected] Please bring your own dinner on the night.

Community Social

Date/Time: Saturday, 15 June from 1pm – 5pm
Venue: Vine Centre
Sign Up: HERE

Community Groups at The Vine is a big community, and we’d like to get everyone together once in a while as a family to enjoy a day of fun (and somewhat competitive) day of games.

If you or your Community Group are champions at ‘Forbidden Desert’ or legends in ‘Phase 10’, make sure you join in and represent!

Sign up if you can make it!

Please sign up, or for more details please contact [email protected]

 


What Are Community Groups Like?

A Community Group is a gathering of around 10-15 people who meet every week-or-so, for a variety of different activities, which can include times of food, fellowship, teaching, worship, prayer and fun! Community Groups are run by members of the congregation and are a key expression of the church. We believe that all of us are unique and yet we celebrate the unity-in-diversity that comes from being part of a loving family.