I'm New

Welcome

We know meeting someone for the first time can be intimidating and going to a new church for the first time can be nerve racking. We want to help make your first experience at AZ Vineyard Church a great one. The information below will help you get to know us a little better, before you walk through the door. If we appear to be a good fit, then come check us out in person and if not, we hope you will find a church that fits.

When we Meet

Sunday Mornings

8:30 & 10:30 am

tuesday prayer

12:00 noon

What To Expect

Feel free to dress comfortably, as we are causal in dress,
but serious about worshipping God and serving the world.

Bring the kids, as they will have a blast and make new friends. We make that a priority every week in AZV Kids (available only for the 10:30 service). We also make the safety of your children a high priority. The first time you attend the 10:30 service, leave an extra 10 minutes for the check-in time. As you go through the sanctuary doors, head straight back for children's check in (infants to 12 years old). Middle and High School age kids stay in the sanctuary for service.

We hold our services in a retail store front, not a traditional church building, so if you're looking for big crosses and stain glass windows, you won't find them at AZ Vineyard.

What you will find are wonderful, friendly, and loving people who will greet you at the door (and not be a pest) . You will also find a food and beverage bar to the left as you walk through the front door. Help yourself to some food and coffee and head to the sanctuary (big double doors on the right side). Yes, you can take your food inside.

If you have any questions, stop by the information booth.
If this is your first time, they have a gift for you.

Once inside the sanctuary, feel free to sit anywhere you want.  

Our services start at 8:30 and 10:30 am (you will see a timer start on the screens when we are within 5 minutes of the start time). Services last 60 to 90 minutes and are comprised of music and singing, a positive Bible-based message, and a prayer time. However, we are also open to the Holy Spirit changing our plan, so there may be extended worship, changes in the message, and prophetic words. Also, during worship you may see people raising their hands, waving banners, and even dancing up front or in the aisle. You are free to worship in a way that feels comfortable to you.

Here is a short video (no sound) that will help you get to know us.  
We hope to see and meet you soon.