A Vineyard USA Conference that seeks to thoughtfully discuss race, gender, reconciliation, and the multiethnic church, while moving us intentionally toward being the Beloved Community. April 15-18, 2024 / Columbus, OH
Join Vineyard churches across the U.S. as we seek the Holy Spirit together through this 6-week series beginning after Easter & leading-up to Pentecost Sunday on May 28.
A conference for the entire family July 31 - Aug 3 just outside Asheville, NC with focus on evangelism, church planting, and global missions.
Starting on February 3, free practical training on how to practice Kingian nonviolence -- justice walking hand in hand with the teachings of Jesus.
Join us starting Sunday, November 27 for daily prayers & reflections, with Scripture, guided art meditations, and songs designed to provide space for connection with God as we prepare for Christmas.
Vineyard churches across the United States, diverse in shape and size, are impacting the world for the glory of God and the well-being of people. This is our story.
National Director, Jay Pathak, shares every 100 days on what's in the forefront at Vineyard USA. Jay shares highlights of the newly appointed National Team’s work together and focus for the next 100 days and beyond.
In the book of James it says, peacemakers who sow in peace, reap a harvest of righteousness. In times of war, the Vineyard is called to pray and act for peace. We have a practical opportunity to sow seeds of peace through strategic financial giving with our new fund for Ukraine.
The new year begins with new changes across our Vineyard family of churches. After hours of prayer, staring at the map, and communication with so many Vineyard pastors, we are excited to share the finalized new map of our nine new regions.
In this episode of We Are Vineyard, Jay chats with Gary Dawkins about growing up in a Black Baptist Church in Baltimore and the practical intersection of church and neighborhood. Gary talks about the Holy Spirit encounter that convinced him Jesus was real, the roundabout way he found himself in a Vineyard Church, and the powerful moment he fell in love with the Vineyard Movement. Finally, Gary shares where he’s seen progress in the Vineyard regarding racial equity and where he still sees the need for breakthrough.
Gary Dawkins is a pastor, public communicator, and community leader who earned his MBA from Syracuse University and Master of Science in Communications Management from Morgan State University, a historically black university (HBCU). He serves as Lead Pastor of the Mercy Vineyard Church in Minneapolis, MN.
He is also passionate about justice for the marginalized and uplifting his community. Gary cares and wants to see the marginalized flourish in every area of life.
Gary is a former media professional and educator, who is now captivated by helping people grow in their faith and relationships. He is especially passionate about developing a lasting discipleship culture that includes acts of service, social justice, and cultural competency.
He is the husband of the beautiful LeKita Scott Dawkins and father to the brilliant Grace. They love cooking together and playing Monopoly. Game on!
WEST: Denver, CO | June 17-20 at Faith Church
EAST: Cincinnati, OH | July 15-18 at Cincinnati Vineyard
April 15-18, 2024 | Columbus, OH
Thoughtfully discussing race, gender, reconciliation, and the multiethnic church, while moving us intentionally toward being the Beloved Community.