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This Week

Sunday Service
Parking lot and online services

We are continuing our new sermon series titled, The Good Life: Grace, Godliness, & Good Works.  For the next 7 weeks, we will be studying the Book of Titus.

Jimmy Reyes will be preaching this Sunday 1/24.
The sermon title is, "Good Leadership Matters," based on Titus 1:5-9.

Join us in the parking lot.
Bring a facemask and chair or participate
from your car and tune into 87.9 FM.  

We will also continue our online service.  
Both options begin every Sunday morning 
at 11 AM.  

You can access the the song lyrics at vvinfo.org/morningworship and the sermon notes/discussion questions are available on our church app.

Our kids also have an online Sunday service of their own at 10 AM on Facebook and YouTube.

Please go to https://vvinfo.org/fb and www.vvinfo.org/YouTube.

Church Survey
As we begin 2021, we want to continue growing and blessing our community in this time of pandemic.
 
Please help us by taking a short ten-question survey that will help us determine how to proceed with our worship gatherings and how best to serve the needs of those in our community.  Please complete the survey by THIS Sunday, January 24.
 
Click the link below:
vvinfo.org/survey

Zoom Connect Groups

We just launched our Zoom Connect Groups.  It is not too late to join.  We are using a weekly video curriculum from RightNow Media as we study the Book of Titus for 7 weeks.  The groups are reinforcing the sermon series with the same theme.

Go to vvinfo.org/rightnow to get your free access to RightNow Media.  You can then access all the content through your smart phone, iPad, Apple TV, and Roku TV.  You can also preview the upcoming Connect Group curriculum by clicking on the Valley Vineyard link in the RightNow Media website. 

Please go to vvinfo.org/vgroups for the list of Zoom Connect Groups.

Family Drive In Movie, Featuring Up!

We invite you to join us for our free Family Drive In, Saturday, January 30, 6 PM. Invite your family, neighbors, and friends to attend. We will be showing Disney Pixar’s Up. We will have prepackaged treats for you and there will be food for you to buy to eat in your car during the movie. Come early to get a good parking spot.

Every month through our drive-in movie nights, we hope to bless our community by meeting the felt needs of our neighbors. 

  • In November, we held a “Giving Warmth” blanket drive to help the homeless through the winter. 
  • In December, we highlighted foster kids, collecting toys and gifts. 
  • At next week’s drive-in movie night, we hope to support those in need of food during this difficult season. We invite you to bring canned goods, non-perishables, or monetary gifts as you are able. 

We also cannot serve our community without volunteers. Let us know if you can come and help. It is great to see families having fun in a season where things are hard, especially for families with young children.  Email us at info@valleyvineyard.org for details or to sign up to volunteer.

Drive-Thru Food Pantry
Serving Every Thursday, Noon to 1 PM
We need Volunteers! 


The VV Pop-Up Food Pantry is open Thursdays at 12 Noon until 1 PM in the main parking lot. If you or anyone you know can use a bag of groceries in these difficult times, come on by.  Our team is ready to serve.
                                                                                                                         
If you want to volunteer to help at the VV Food Pantry, please arrive at 10:30 AM on Thursday morning to help pack groceries and set up for food distribution. Please be aware that some items are heavy and require lifting.
 
Donations are also welcome.  Monetary donations can be made by check or online. Please write “Food Pantry” in the memo section of the check or on the online form.

Please continue to drop-off your recyclables as well.  When recycled, these become food for those in need.
 
Food donations, monetary gifts, and recyclables can be dropped off at the office from 10 AM till 3 PM, Tuesday through Friday.

Contact Kevin if you’re interested.

Prayer Requests, Helpline, Inviting New Folks to Connect
Valley Vineyard Is Just a Call or Text away
We care about our Vineyard Family and want to be available, by remembering each other in prayer, a high value at the Vineyard; we take prayer requests seriously and do take time to pray for all the needs.  We also have a helpline and team ready to reach out if you or anyone you know needs help.  Lastly, if you are inviting someone to join us on our online service, invite them to connect with us.

How to reach out if...

  • you have prayer requests, text the word PRAY to 818-776-9696 or go to vvinfo.org/pray
  • you need help with getting groceries or picking up prescriptions, call us or text the word HELPLINE to 818-776-9696. You can also go to vvinfo.org/helpline to reach us.
  • you invite someone to the online service, also invite them to connect with us at VV.  Have them text the word CONNECT to 818-776-9696 or go to vvinfo.org/connect and we will follow up.

Staying Connected as a Church Family

  • Check out all the many ways we can stay connected.  There's something for everyone.
  • Please visit our website valleyvineyard.org and app to stay informed.
  • Join a Zoom Connect Group during the week.  Go to vvinfo.org/vgroups for more info.
  • To join the Sunday 10 AM or Wednesday 7 PM prayer call, dial 425-436-6200 and enter access code 584032# when prompted.
  • Someone is in the office from 10 AM to 3 PM, Tuesday-Friday, to check mail, receive tithes and offerings, and accept donations for our food pantry.   
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